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5:00 PM ET LIVE NOW FINAL; Lacrosse (W). Syracuse. -; AT; -. Cornell. UPCOMING. 7:00 PM ET LIVE NOW FINAL; Lacrosse (M). Boston University. -; AT; -. Harvard. UPCOMING. In New England, the game will be broadcast live exclusively on NESN. An archive of the broadcast will be available here 48 hours following the ...


Mar 1, 2018 ... Recent Posts. Sports Insight: Harvard Club · The Harvard Club Cricket Clinic · The Harvard Club Rugby Juniors Wins Police Seven · Harvard's 'hard work' helps clinch Rugby League title · Rep. Day vibes at The Harvard Club ...


May 2, 2017 ... But the New Berlin High School senior also was an Illinois High School Association Academic All-State selection this year. So he's also very serious about his education.That's why the Wassell believes he'll have the best of both worlds at his college destination: Harvard University.Wassell, who led New ...


Feb 8, 2018 ... Becca Gilmore is dreaming big. The Wayland native grew up around hockey — her mother was a college hockey player at Bowdoin from 1978-82, and her brother played the game as well — and now Gilmore has her sights set on playing for the U.S. women's hockey Olympic team.


Dec 1, 2017 ... In this complete guide, a Harvard alum explains the keys to getting into Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Yale and other top schools in the Ivy League. You may ... If you're struggling to stay afloat with a ton of AP classes in subjects you don't care about, a sports team, SAT/ACT prep, and volunteering, you're hurting ...


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Apr 12, 2017 ... If a shoe got to the wristband first, Harvard's athletic department—the entity footing the bill for WHOOP, a continuous-monitoring wearable device that tracks, among other things, heart rate and heart rate variability, fatigue and sleep cycles, plus data that users input related to alcohol intake and various ...