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Katharine Forst

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Men’s Lacrosse Clinches 11-10 Win Against Brown, Still Falls Short of Postseason

With Princeton clinching victory over the Yale Bulldogs just before the first whistle, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team’s (8-5, 2-4 Ivy) final win of the season, 11-10, against the Brown Bears proved inconsequential for both programs, with the Ivy League Tournament lineup having already been decided. The four teams that will continue into the postseason are No. 8 Cornell, No. 12 Princeton, No. 13 Yale, and No. 16 UPenn.

Star Freshman Malik Mack Will Transfer To Georgetown in Massive Blow To Harvard

Harvard men’s basketball star freshman point guard Malik Mack will leave transfer to Georgetown next year, a major blow to a Crimson squad for which Mack was one of the sole bright spots last season.  ​​​​​​

Men’s Lax Rebounds Against Dartmouth 13-7

After a bit of a midseason slump, the No. 16 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (7-3, 1-2 Ivy) bounced back in a home-field victory against Dartmouth, 13-7. Currently ranked fifth in the Ivy League, the game against the Big Green was a must-win matchup in the squad’s quest for a bid in the postseason tournament.

Three Crimson Wrestlers Compete at NCAA Championships in Kansas City

The Harvard wrestling team (4-6) wrapped up its competitive 2023-24 campaign with a strong showing at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Kansas City, Miss.. Senior captain Phillip Conigliaro, junior Diego Sotelo, and sophomore Jack Crook represented the Crimson in the 174, 125, and 149 pound weight classes, respectively. While Sotelo and Conigliaro have qualified for the event before, the 2024 saga marked Crook’s first attempt at clinching an NCAA title.

Men’s Volleyball Bests Dominican University of New York, 3-1

In a thrilling evening at the Malkin Athletic Center, the No. 19 Harvard men's volleyball team (11-6, 3-1 EIVA) celebrated its return home to the MAC with a clear-cut 3-1 victory over Dominican University New York (10-10, 2-1 ECC). The win marked its second consecutive successful weekend of play.

Men’s Lacrosse Drops Second Straight, Falls to 6-2

The No. 16 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (6-2, 0-2 Ivy) fell in another hard-fought battle to No. 14 Princeton (5-3, 1-1 Ivy), 14-11. The Crimson was unable to bounce back from its loss to No. 8 Yale (4-2, 1-1 Ivy) and protect Jordan Field from the Tigers on what was the squad’s alumni day celebration.

Jessica Guo, Freshman Fencing Phenom, Set to Compete for Canada at 2024 Paris Olympics

Phenom freshman foil fencer Jessica Guo, who has proved herself to be a standout addition to the Harvard women’s fencing team this season, is set to compete at the 2024 Paris Olympics for her home country of Canada.