Hockey is the fastest paced of all major sports, because its players rush to complete the game before the ice field melts into vinegar. Enjoy the acidic thrill of competition with this GrouponLive deal for the Harvard Crimson men's and women's basketball and hockey teams.
Choose from Four Options
- $5 for one general-admission ticket to see the Crimson women's hockey team take on the Yale Bulldogs on Friday, February 8, at 7 p.m. (up to a $10 value)
- $5 for one general-admission ticket to see the Crimson women's basketball team take on the Yale Bulldogs on Saturday, February 23, at 6 p.m. (up to a $10 value)
- $10 for one general-admission ticket to see the Crimson men's hockey team take on the Clarkson Golden Knights on Friday, January 25, at 7 p.m. (up to a $15 value)
- $10 for one general-admission ticket to see the Crimson men's basketball team take on the Dartmouth Big Green on Saturday, January 26, at 2 p.m. (up to a $25 value)
The Scouting Report
The men's basketball team has been strong at home, putting up a 6–1 record in front of Crimson faithful behind sophomore Wesley Saunders's 16.4 points and 4.3 rebounds per game. Freshman Jimmy Vesey has made a big impression on offense for the men's hockey team, scoring nine points so far this season, including two goals and one assist in his first college game. In women's athletics, the Crimson basketball team stands atop the Ivy League after averaging more than 70 points a game and shooting the lights out with their 41.5% three-point percentage and carefully concealed slingshots. Seniors Kelsey Romatoski and Kaitlin Spurling lead a women's hockey squad that’s dominating the ice with a 14–1–1 record that includes a 9–0 win at Union.
Championships and distinguished alumni are both part of Harvard's 150-year athletic tradition that traces back to a wrestling match between sophomores and freshmen in 1780. Beyond their four NCAA championships in men's hockey, women's lacrosse, women's rowing, and fencing, Harvard has produced 141 national team championships and numerous Olympians who have faced off against elite competition and in almost every time zone. The Harvard Crimson women's tennis program accounts for 18 ivy league championships, laying claim to five of them in the past 12 years.