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Harvard Running Back Devin Darrington Announces Transfer to Virginia

Senior running back Devin Darrington, Harvard’s leading rusher from last season, announced his transfer to the University of Virginia. The Maryland native will graduate from Harvard in the spring and be eligible to play as a graduate transfer for Virginia immediately in the fall of 2021.

Why Shutting Up and Dribbling Isn’t an Option

It started as a series of tweets. Journalists began reporting just before 4:00 p.m. that none of the players from the Milwaukee Bucks had taken the floor for warm-ups in advance of their Game 5 playoff tilt against the Orlando Magic. The actions taken in the ensuing hours, amongst NBA players and across the sports world, ensured that August 26, 2020 will be a date that serves as a watershed moment in the intersection of sports and society.

Football's Shanahan to Play for Defending National Champs LSU as Graduate Transfer

Harvard senior Liam Shanahan will be joining the defending-champion Tigers next season as a graduate transfer. The Marlborough, Mass., native will use his final year of eligibility in Baton Rouge whenever the college football season begins.

Lucas Carr and Matt Brown Near Finish Line

Former Army Ranger Lucas Carr, right, and Stonehill College student Matt Brown, who has been a quadriplegic since he was 15, celebrate as they near the end of the race. The two have run multiple marathons together for charity since 2012.

Hockey's McNally Injured, Out For Regular Season At Least

In a major blow to the Harvard men’s ice hockey team, top defenseman Patrick McNally ’15-16 confirmed Thursday night that he will not play for the rest of the regular season after sustaining a lower body injury during a game last week.

Keith Wright '12 Enters D-League Draft

After success overseas, the former Harvard co-captain and Ivy League Player of the Year looks to make another push for the NBA.

Takeaways from Harvard Football's Spring Game

While admitted students were exploring the campus for Visitas, this past weekend also served as a fall preview for the Harvard football team. On Saturday night, the Crimson took the field at Harvard Stadium in organized fashion for the first time since November to play its annual Spring Game.


The women’s swimming and diving team captured its third Ivy League title in six years this past weekend. Junior Kelsey Hojan-Clark, shown above in previous action, finished sixth in the 400 individual medley.

Basketball's Kenyatta Smith Out for Season

Junior Kenyatta Smith, a center on the Harvard men’s basketball team, re-injured his foot earlier this week, Smith told The Crimson early Friday morning. According to a source close to the team, he will be out for the remainder of the season. Smith played an instrumental role in the team’s run to the third round of the NCAA Tournament last March.

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