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Freshman Harvard quarterback Jake Smith showed some moves as he slalomed through Princeton defenders on a 26-yard run.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson


A shellacking in the Stadium


The head men's heavyweight crew coach at Harvard for 51 years died at age 77.


Senior Corinne Wee’s T-shirts put unity on display at the Women's Crew Beanpot this past weekend.


From Charlie Brickley’s amazing 1913 Yale Game feat to the fourteenth-seeded men's basketball win over New Mexico in 2013, vote for the greatest moment in Harvard sports history.


A Back to School program took many Harvard coaches into classrooms with their athletes.


The Canadian alumnus and his teammates scored in the eight-oared event.


The U.S. women's eight-oared crew triumphed in London, with two alumnae aboard.


Nine athletes and a coach with Harvard ties will represent five countries at the 2012 Olympic Games.


The Harvard varsity men's heavyweight crew win the Ladies' Challenge Plate at the regatta.


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