|Crew||3 Aug. 1852||Harvard-Yale ( 2 miles)||Harvard||By 4 lengths|
|Baseball||1 July 1859||Amherst-Williams||Amherst||73-32|
|Cricket||7 May 1864||Haverford-Penn||Haverford||89-60|
|Football (Soccer-like)||6 Nov. 1869||Rutgers-Princeton||Rutgers||6-4|
|Football (Rugby—U.S.Canada)||15 May 1874||Harvard-McGill||Tie||0-0|
|Football (Rugby—U.S. only)||4 June 1875||Tufts-Harvard||Tufts||1-0|
|Track and Field||20 July 1873||Amherst-CornellMcGill (2-mile run)||McGill's Duncan Bowie||11 min. 18:5 sec.|
|Rifle||17 May 1877||Harvard-Yale||Harvard||By 20 points|
|Lacrosse||22 Nov. 1877||NYU-Manhattan||NYU||2-0|
|Bicycle||29 May 1880||Yale-Columbia ( Part of IC4A track meet) (2-mile race)||Yale's W. P. Wurtz||7 min. 57 sec. by 20 yards|
|Tennis||7-8 June 1883||Amherst, Brown, Harvard, Trinity, Yale||Harvard's J. S. Clark ( singles) J. S. Clark and P. E. Presbrey ( doubles)|
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Publication information: Book title: Sports and Freedom: The Rise of Big-Time College Athletics. Contributors: Ronald A. Smith - Author. Publisher: Oxford University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1990. Page number: 219.
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