Each Thursday, The Crimson will compile a series of unique statistics about Harvard's sports scene. Welcome to the Magic of Numbers—without the problem sets. We'll do the math for you.
17: Years head coach Tim Murphy has led the Crimson program. In that time, Murphy has compiled a record of 110-57.
600: The number of yards the Quaker offense tallied against Princeton last Saturday in a 52-10 drubbing of the Tigers. 396 of those yards came on the ground.
13: The number of Ivy League championships the Crimson has won. Harvard–currently in second place in the League–must win at Penn in order to contend for its 14th title this season.
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21: Record-setting number of wins the Harvard basketball program compiled last season.
0: Times Harvard and George Mason had played a basketball contest against one another before the Crimson’s season opener this Saturday.
63: Number of season-opening wins for Harvard basketball all time, compared to just 36 losses.
8.2: Number of seconds left in the game when the Harvard men’s hockey team scored the game-winning goal against RPI last Saturday. The Crimson won the game, 1-0.
.963: Save percentage for Harvard goaltender Kyle Richter. The senior currently leads the nation in that category.
12: Number of teams in the ECAC that registered at one least point in last weekend’s opening games.