Crimson staff writer

Bryan Hu

Bryan Hu '19 is a member of the 145th Guard. He has covered the Harvard women's soccer team since the fall of 2016 and the Harvard baseball team since the spring of 2017.

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Full Speed Ahead
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Sends Out Seniors with Win Over Columbia

As the Harvard women’s soccer team prepared to kick off against Columbia in its final game of the season, every single outfield player in the graduating class had scored a goal in their collegiate careers—with the exception of one.

Ball Play
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Notches Fifth Shutout in Victory Over Yale

With an incessantly aggressive defense, yet another shutout performance by its goalkeeper, and a first-half game-winner from freshman defender Jillian Wachira, the Crimson demonstrated how effective its hunger to win can be in a 1-0 victory over Yale on Saturday night.

Can't Bear to Watch
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Outmuscles Northeastern, 2-0

Harvard won a 2-0 slugfest on first-half goals by senior midfielder Leah Mohammadi and freshman forward Sophie Hirst.

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Edges Quinnipiac, Drops to Maine

On Sunday, Harvard locked horns with Quinnipiac, taking down the Bobcats on the road, 1-0, on freshman midfielder/forward Sophie Hirst’s second-half goal. On Wednesday night at Jordan Field, the Crimson (2-3) followed it up by dropping a 1-0 contest to the Maine Black Bears in a disappointing home loss.

Just What They Needed
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Rebounds to Record First Win in Home Opener

The past two iterations of the Harvard women's soccer squad have been defined by staunch defense, characterized by star goalkeeping and the synergy of its core defenders, more so than by its ability to score. But 2018 might prove different.

Jake My Day

Stirring the Pot: Upset of the Year

Embodying their new persona as the 'Bad Boys of Boston,' the Harvard baseball team was the overwhelming underdog heading into Beanpot title matchup.

Stand and Deliver

King of the Mound: Male Performance of the Year

Striking out 12 in a matchup on the Ivy League regular season champ's home turf, Noah Zavolas threw a coveted no-hitter against Yale.

Bigge Bang Theory

On Cloud Nine: Game of the Year, Runner-Up

Baseball tabs nine consecutive runs to crush Dartmouth's playoff ambitions.

Going Down Swinging

Baseball Seeks Ivy Playoff Berth

The season is on the verge of closing, after which the 2018 Crimson baseball team, for all its accolades, will be no more. But, before it moves on, though, the newfound Bad Boys of Boston look to add one more feather to its cap: an Ivy title.

Long Stretch

Baseball Concedes Leads, Drops Two of Three at Cornell

Despite jumping out to leads in all three of its games, the Crimson could only muster one win on Sunday to avoid being swept by Cornell. The team must regroup for its final matchup of the year in order to clinch a spot in the Ivy Championship series.

Jumpin' Jake

Baseball Beats Princeton for First Sweep Since 2009

The Crimson is now gunning for its first Ivy League Championship title since 2005, when it defeated Cornell at O’Donnell Field in Cambridge, Mass. Thirteen years later, Harvard might just have what it takes to get back to the championship series.

Bean Ball

Zavolas Leads Baseball to Series Win Against Brown

When you know you have a good team, just put your head down and go to work. The Bad Boys, out of Cambridge, Mass., know it best. The baseball team took two of three from the visiting Brown squad last weekend, evening its division record.


Zavolas Throws No-Hitter but Baseball Drops Two of Three to Yale

No shortage of confidence could be found on the squad as the Bad Boys of Boston drove down to West Haven, Conn., last Friday to take on conference leader Yale, and the three-game tilt started off with a bang.

Barreled Up

Baseball Surges Past Northeastern for Beanpot Trophy

With an 8-6 victory over Northeastern on Wednesday afternoon, the Crimson (13-14, 3-3 Ivy League) lifted the silver trophy coveted annually by four Boston-area schools—Boston College, UMass, Northeastern, and Harvard.

Swing and a Miss

Baseball Wins First Series Over Penn Since 2010

After 23 games on the road, the Harvard baseball team finally returned home last weekend, playing games at O’Donnell Field in Cambridge for the first time in 2018. The home confines and a bleacher full of Crimson fans must have done good things for the players, as Harvard took a series from Penn for the first time since 2010.