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Annual McArthur Cup is hosted by HBS hockey teams

On March 26 and 27, HBS hosted the annual McArthur Cup on campus. Though finishing a disappointing 2nd to Babson, victory was achieved at the bars. On March 25th and 26th, HBS hosted a hockey tournament for MBA programs and other professional schools in the Boston area.  Attendees included Babson MBA, Tuck MBA, Wharton MBA,…


HBS Blades Fall in Overtime Thriller

In the biggest upset since the U.S. men’s hockey team defeated Russia at the 1980 Olympics, the HBS Blades fell to Tuck in the men’s A team final at the McArthur Cup www.replicaforbest.co.uk. In Vegas, HBS was a five-to-one favorite to win the cup after demolishing Tuck during its home tournament just a month before,…


Blades 2009 Hockey Season Preview

Coming off two straight trips to the finals in the McArthur Cup and the Tuck Tournament, the HBS Blades look to continue to dominate their B-school peers on and off the ice. The offense, which produced five goals per game last season, returns with first-year phenoms Garret Overlock (OI), Scott Prime (OE), and Brian Wannop…


The Financial Crisis Finally Explained

My mom recently asked me to explain how this financial crisis happened. I didn’t have a great answer, so I decided to draw an analogy and then take from there. Subprime lending is kind of like an ice cream truck lending money to kids to buy ice cream during a hot summer – even if…


HBS Blades Capture Tuck MBA Hockey Tournament Championship

How do you know it’s time to head home after an HBS weekend trip? For Craig Lund (NH) and his HBS Blades teammates, it wasn’t the pressure of reading cases or a long drive home from Dartmouth. When the referee of the championship game at the annual Tuck MBA Hockey Tournament ejected Lund with the…


Blades Roll to Tuck Tournament Victory

The weekend of February 17th proved to be a great one for your HBS Blades, as they stormed the town of Hanover, NH, and stole the 2006 Tuck Cup from the host team. While many fellow classmates were busy enjoying all that Vail has to offer, the HBS men’s A-team spent Friday through Sunday rolling…


Blades 2006 Outlook:ÿ Strong to Quite Strong

While the NHL took the season off last year, your HBS Blades were busy building the foundation for perhaps the greatest graduate hockey program ever assembled.ÿ Despite heartbreaking losses in the finals of the Michigan and Tuck tournaments last year, the Blades are back with a vengeance-adding a solid first year contingent to a returning…


HBS Rugby: A Two-Headed Beast

A hallmark of HBS rugby is that players of all levels of experience have the opportunity to contribute, even in a competition as serious as the World MBA Championship. HBS was the only school of the 22 MBA programs participating to leverage the strengths of dual teams. Several new players deserve special recognition, notably former…


Hard Times for HBS Hockey Heroes

Harvard Hockey fans can be forgiven their long faces last week. Fans on the Cambridge side of the river pulled out their crimson hankies as the Harvard University men’s team lost in the first round of the NCAA tourney and the women’s team lost a heartbreaker in the final over Easter weekend. But forget the…


HBS Blades Take Silver at Tuck MBA Hockey Tournament

The HBS Blades men’s hockey team recently traveled to Hanover, New Hampshire to defend its back-to-back titles at the 24th Annual Tuck MBA Hockey Tournament. The Blades had played an uneven season thus far, coming off a disappointing semi-final loss at the Michigan MBA tournament in the fall. In response, player/coach Dave Phillips (OE) put…


HBS Hockey Teams Finish Season On A High

Forget the Frozen Four, those college kids have nothing on the howitzers, hits and heroics on display the last weekend of March at Harvard’s Hub of Hockey, Bright Arena. That’s right, the McArthur Cup brought the best MBA men’s and women’s hockey teams in the East together for a knock-down, drag ’em out weekend of…


On-Campus Interview Series: A Three-Sport Titan

Cara ‘Shorty’ Shortsleeve (NF) is a lot of things that are easy to see: feisty, humorous, potty-mouthed and red-haired. However, she’s also uncommonly modest, which means it’s less easy to see the true sporting story behind this week’s featured athlete. Born, bred and educated in Massachusetts replica breitling, Cara Shortsleeve has played Soccer, Lacrosse and…


Interview with Dan Gertsacov (OJ), the Gentle Brazilian Giant

Last year, Harbus started a series interviewing students who had played sport at the highest level. This week, we talk to Dan Gertsacov (OJ), co-Captain of the HBS Rugby team, who played rugby with the national team of Brazil just prior to starting school. Harbus: Let’s start with the obvious question; how does an American…


HBS Blades Take Tuck by Storm

As the snow poured onto the streets of Boston Friday, February 7th, the HBS Blades traveled to Dartmouth to compete in the 22nd Annual Tuck MBA Hockey Tournament. The tournament featured ten entrants on the Men’s side; Concordia, Chicago, Ivey, Duke, Harvard, Kellogg, Michigan, MIT Sloan, Tuck and Wharton and five entrants on the Women’s…


Beyond the Glory:

Every single day of my life, I’ve envisioned myself either shooting a jumper in the NBA, catching a pass in the NFL or fielding a ball in the Major Leagues. Unfortunately, I usually realize quite quickly that my fellow “teammates” aren’t really there or that I probably look like an idiot running around the company…


Club Spotlight: B-School Blades

After an incredible 2001-2002 season, the B-School Blades are lacing up their skates for another successful year. Both the men’s and the women’s team took home trophies from last year’s Tuck tournament at Dartmouth College in February, beating out other b-school teams from Michigan, MIT, Tuck, and Wharton. And both teams skated to the championship…


HBS Blades Skate To Victory in First Two Games

The puck recently dropped on the HBS Blades 2001-02 hockey season. For those new to the HBS sports scene, the Men and Women of the Blades practice and play ice hockey games against local graduate schools at Harvard’s Bright Hockey Center each Sunday evening from October to March. Interested students or partners who missed the…


La Fiesta Latina de las Ranas

Quite a fun Friday we had in and around the Frog Pond on March 23rd. The day started off with a Dunkin’ Donuts breakfast sponsored by EM Professor Paul Marshall, who bought the treats after losing a bet to NF’s Stanford alumni. Professor Marshall, a University of Cincinnati graduate, thought his Bearcats had a chance…

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