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Whether a recreational novice or an accomplished varsity athlete, Harvard students stay active, engaged, and healthy. Our facilities include indoor and outdoor tracks, strength and conditioning facilities, boathouses, and courts and fields of all sorts. Visit Harvard Recreation for recreational, intramural, or club sports, or the ...
Stay active by taking advantage of Harvard's athletic facilities. GSAS students can also participate in Intramurals and Club sports through Dudley House Athletics.
Good Academics and Poor Athletics. Harvard University competes in the NCAA I (Ivy League) and performs on and off the field. Ranked #2 in our overall Best Colleges ranking, Harvard University has a Learfield Score of 414. Harvard University competes in 35 sports and ...
On Friday night, the No. 4 seed Crimson will battle No. 3 seed Clarkson for a spot in the conference final the following evening. To punch its ticket to the 16-team nationwide tournament for a fourth straight season, Harvard all but needs an ECAC crown.
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The past quarter-century was an era of prosperity for Harvard athletics. Varsity teams won 184 Ivy League championships in 17 different sports, while 11 teams captured national titles in crew, fencing, hockey, lacrosse, sailing, and squash. More than 30 individual athletes won national titles. These were some of the era's ...