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Cook’s tour: Harvard wideout Jack Cook leaves Yale’s Deonte Henson in the dust on a third-quarter, 15-yard touchdown. The score gave the Crimson a 28-24 lead, which it would not surrender.
Photograph by Tim O’Meara/The Harvard Crimson


On the fiftieth anniversary of That Game, Harvard really does beat Yale. 


March 27, 1999—The Harvard women's ice-hockey team win the national championship.

Athletic accomplishments, highlighted

September-October 2011

25 high moments in Harvard athletics, 1986-2011

September-October 2011

The Bruins' Don Sweeney '88 hoists the Stanley Cup.

Three Harvard alumni played front-office roles in building the Boston Bruins team that won ice hockey's 2011 Stanley Cup.


Head Harvard men's ice hockey coach Ted Donato describes his first six years on the job.


The Canadians edge out the U.S. women's team, in a contest that featured Harvard alumnae on both sides.


Our news roundup includes articles on an online dating service founded by alums; a four-time Olympian in women's ice hockey; and a Harvard-educated neurobiologist accused of murder.


Five former ice-hockey stars from Harvard are on the U.S. and Canadian Olympic teams competing at Vancouver.


Harvard ice hockey alumnus Rick Haney captains the American national team for the little-known sport, which resembles hockey but uses a ball, not a puck.


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