Sunday, April 20, 2008

More interviews posted...

Enjoy our interviews with members of swimming, softball, sailing, women's lacrosse, and Junior of the popular sports blog Fire Joe Morgan.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

New interviews posted...

We have new interviews with members of the tennis and track teams, women's basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith, and, perhaps most excitingly, Bill Polian, president of the Indianapolis Colts. Check the sidebar for the interviews.

Saturday, March 22, 2008

ECAC Championship Live on WHRB tonight

Harvard defeated Cornell (for the third time this year) last night in the semifinals, setting up an ECAC Championship matchup against the Princeton Tigers tonight.

The Crimson seek their ninth ECAC Championship (4th in seven years) and their 22nd NCAA Championship appearance (6th in seven years).

Game is scheduled to begin at 7pm. Tune in at 6:45pm for coverage on 95.3 FM WHRB.

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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Harvard vs. Brown Postgame Press Conference

Postgame reaction from Harvard head coach Ted Donato and Jimmy Fraser after Harvard's 2-1 victory over Brown on February 23 at the Bright Hockey Center. 

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Tune in to 95.3 FM WHRB this weekend as Harvard goes on the road to play its final regular season games of the year.

Friday: Harvard vs. Colgate. Game begins at 7pm, our coverage begins at 6:45pm.
Saturday: Harvard vs. Cornell. Game begins at 7pm. EXTENDED PREGAME begins at 6:30pm, featuring an interview with defenseman Ian Tallett.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Harvard vs. Yale Postgame Press Conference

Postgame reaction from Harvard head coach Ted Donato and goaltender Kyle Richter after Harvard's 6-1 victory over Yale on February 22 at the Bright Hockey Center

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ECAC Playoff Scenarios

Clarkson: 1-4. Clinched bye
Princeton: 1-6. Needs 2 points to clinch bye without help
Cornell: 1-8. Needs 5 points to clinch bye without help
Quinnipiac: 1-8. Needs 6 points to clinch bye without help
Harvard: 1-8. Needs 6 points to clinch bye without help
Union: 2-8
Yale: 3-8
Colgate: 3-9. Needs 2 points to clinch home ice without help
Brown: 8-12. Needs at least 5 points and help to clinch home ice
RPI: 8-12. Needs at least 6 points and help to clinch home ice
SLU: 9-12
Dartmouth: 9-12

Obviously the Crimson being in control of their own destiny is a good thing, and with the way Harvard has played over its last 6 games, these last three games (vs. Brown, @ Colgate, @ Cornell) are highly winnable. The Colgate/Cornell roadtrip is always difficult, but I like Harvard's chances in the ECAC. 

Clarkson has clinched a bye and Princeton is verging on clinching. That leaves 2 first-round byes to Cornell, Quinnipiac, Harvard and Union. Unless Yale and Colgate can run the table, it'll be difficult for them to get back in the race at this point. 

Tune in Saturday at 6:45pm for Harvard vs. Brown from the Bright Hockey Center. Nick Crowne and Ben Weintraub have the call on 95.3 FM WHRB, streaming live on the web at

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Interview with Will Leitch of Deadspin

Check out WHRB Sports's interview with Deadspin's Will Leitch in the sidebar.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Off-topic but fun...

A couple weeks ago, I had the rare pleasure of interviewing Dolph Lundgren, he of Rocky IV, The Punisher, and an IQ of 158. Listen to it here or check our panel on the side for all our interviews.

An interview with Deadspin's Will Leitch will be up soon.

Listen here.

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Harvard vs. Quinnipiac Postgame Press Conference, 2/16

Postgame reaction from Harvard's Ted Donato and Pier-Olivier Michaud after the Crimson defeated Quinnipiac 4-1 on February 16, 2008.

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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Beanpot Championship Press Conference

Postgame reaction from Harvard and Boston College after BC's 6-5 OT victory to capture the Championship of the 56th Annual Beanpot Tournament

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Sunday, February 10, 2008

Union Postgame Press Conference

Coach Ted Donato's remarks after the Crimson's 3-2 victory over Union on February 8.

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Beanpot Media Day Coverage

WHRB's coverage of the Beanpot Media Day at the Bright Hockey Center on February 6. Audio from Ted Donato, Doug Rogers, and Kyle Richter.

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Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Beanpot Press Conferences

Postgame reaction from Harvard and Northeastern after the Crimson's 3-1 victory to advance to the Championship of the 56th Annual Beanpot Tournament. 

Harvard: Ted Donato, Mike Taylor, Kyle Richter

Northeastern: Greg Cronin, Brad Thiessen

Monday, February 4, 2008

Women's Hockey Beanpot Tuesday at 5:00

Ben Weintraub and Tom Brennan have the call for the opening round of the women's hockey Beanpot. Our coverage begins at 4:45.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

As part of our sports orgy...

We present something just too big for the radio...

Last year, Boston sports channel NESN visited the WHRB studios for a feature on Top Shelf, the only show bold enough to take hockey players off the ice and into the studio. Beyond representing the biggest exposure we've ever received, it also gives you an opportunity to see what our studios and broadcasters look like. For the record, not all of us at WHRB have the fashion sense of alumnus Rick Goldberg.

WHRB Sports Orgy tonight! (Even more interesting than it sounds!)

From 5:30 to midnight tonight, WHRB Sports will be reviewing the semester in sports, including live coverage of Harvard's men's hockey game against Clarkson at 7:00. This marathon of sports coverage is called an orgy in WHRB parlance. I, of course, leave you to draw your own conclusions.

Listen in.