the men’s water polo team extended its current winning streak to seven games.
The women’s soccer team traveled this past Sunday to Hanover to take on the Dartmouth Big Green, finishing with a draw.
For the third week in a row, the rugby team took down a conference power in convincing fashion.
A revitalized backline flexed its defensive prowess this weekend, as the men’s soccer team kept its opponents off the scoreboard for 220 minutes.
The football team fell narrowly 22-14 to defending Ivy champion Harvard.
It was the same old song and dance for the Bears against the Crimson this weekend, despite a disappointing outcome.
Rugby will be seeking revenge at its home opener Saturday, taking the pitch against a team that slipped away with a win over the Bears in 2013.
It’s not unreasonable to expect the figurehead of one of America’s most influential organizations to be forthright. It’s time for Roger Goodell to go.
The women’s volleyball team (4-7) will take a shot at their first Ivy League match-up Friday against Yale with the Pizzitola as the backdrop.