Athlete Of The Week
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A season of hard work, grueling training and dedication finally culminated for the Harvard wrestling team this weekend at the EIWA Championships in Philadelphia. But no season came to a more illustrious fruition than Todd Preston’s.
Despite not arriving in Cambridge as one of the top high school recruits in the country, men’s swimming and diving co-captain Chris Satterthwaite showed this weekend why he is now considered one of the best swimmers in the conference.
Chambers made his presence felt on Friday and Saturday as Harvard travelled to face the Quakers and Tigers, averaging 11 points and nine assists in each contest.
Captain Brandon McLaughlin defeated Trinity’s Karan Malik in five sets at the CSA Team Championships to help the Crimson bring home the Potter Cup. The crown is Harvard’s first since 1998.
Sophomore attacker Yoshi Andersen scored eight goals for the Harvard women's water polo team on Saturday.
Laurent Rivard celebrates the weekend's victories over Princeton and Penn. The senior connected on 11-of-17 three-pointers across both games, and had a season-high 22 points against the Quakers.
For two nights in a row, Harvard men’s basketball co-captain Laurent Rivard was on fire, raining three-pointers and leading the Crimson to a weekend sweep over two Ivy foes at Lavietes Pavilion.
No match was more crucial to the Crimson's comeback than junior co-captain James Fox’s first period pin of BU’s Kristian Meyer in the penultimate battle of the day.
Sophomore point guard Siyani Chambers, shown here in earlier action this year, missed only one of 10 field goal attempts in Harvard's 74-68 win over Vermont.
Siyani Chambers went six-for-six behind the arc en route to a career-high 27 points to lead the Harvard men's basketball team to a 74-68 win over Vermont on Saturday.
Sophomore women’s hockey goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer is used to being the only girl around. In fact, Maschmeyer said she hadn’t officially played women’s hockey until joining the Crimson last year.
No longer a role player, the junior has blossomed into, in the words of coach Tommy Amaker, “our best all-around player.”
The Game may have been the seniors’ final collegiate matchup, but it was a sophomore who stole the show at the Yale Bowl.