Var 3-0; JV 3-0; FR 3-0
at San Diego Crew Classic, Apr. 7 [2000 meters]
V--Harvard 6:12.5; California 6:16.9; Wisconsin 6:20.9; Pennsylvania 6:23.7; Brown 6:24.4; Navy 6:24.6.
JV--Harvard 6:19.0; Northeastern 6:22.0; Orange Coast College 6:25.5; California 6:27.3; Washington 6:28.6; Navy 6:31.0.
vs. Brown [Stein Cup] at Cambridge, Apr. 21 [2000 meters]
V--Harvard 5:52.5; Brown 5:59.0.
JV--Harvard 6:05.7; Brown 6:06.8.
FR--Harvard 6:02.5; Brown 6:15.7.
vs. Princeton, MIT [Compton Cup] at Cambridge, Apr. 28 [2000 meters]
V--Harvard 5:44.8; Princeton 5:53.3; MIT 5:56.7.
JV--Harvard 5:59.7; Princeton 6:01.2; MIT 6:21.5.
FR--Harvard 6:07.0; Princeton 6:15.4; MIT 6:33.6.
(*New Charles River Record--Old Records 5:48.2 by Pennsylvania (Adams Cup race) in 1977)
vs. Navy, Pennsylvania [Adams Cup] at Annapolis, May 5 [2000 meters]
V--Harvard 5:58.0; Navy 6:04.7; Pennsylvania 6:10.5.
Lights Repell Navy for Haines TitleThe Crimson varsity lightweights, outsprinting a powerful Navy eight, won their ninth straight Haines Cup title Saturday on the Charles.
Oarsmen Turn the Charles CrimsonThe Harvard lightweight crew teams see a lot of their opponents. Facing backwards, looking over the part of the course
Navy Ends Crimson Sprint DominationAfter narrowly escaping elimination in its morning preliminary, Navy's smooth stroking heavyweight crew came back in Saturday's Eastern Sprint finals
Princeton, Yale Fall to M. Lights Yet AgainThere’s nothing better than beating up on old friends to get over a heartbreaking loss. The No. 2 Harvard men’s
M. Lights Fall to NavyLast time it was in the final 700 meters. This go around, No. 1 Navy snatched victory away from No.
M. Lights Attempt To Shake Even-Year Jinx FailsEvery odd-numbered year since 1991, the Harvard men’s lightweight crew has brought an Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national championship back