Athlete Of The Week
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.
Cruising to a first-place finish is by no means an easy task, especially when the fastest collegiate runners in the Northeast are racing to keep their season alive.
In the final game of the Harvard women’s field hockey team’s regular season play, sophomore Elizabeth Jacobson led the Crimson to its first victory against Columbia since 2007 with both of the team’s goals in the 2-1 win.
However, after a visit to Cambridge as a high school sophomore, Bain began to consider the possibility of playing in the Ivy League.
Midge Purce's two goals this weekend helped the Crimson women’s soccer team gain revenge on Princeton for last year’s 3-1 loss.
Cross country co-captain Maksim Korolev notched a second-place finish amidst a field of 288 at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational.
This past weekend, the Harvard cross country team toed the line against some of the nation’s best programs at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational. Despite the deep field that included three of the top-ranked teams in the country, just two seconds separated co-captain Maksim Korolev from the individual victory.
The last time the Harvard men’s soccer team was victorious in an Ivy League contest, Ross Friedman was a freshman.
This past Saturday, the Harvard women’s rugby team came away with its first win against Brown in roughly a decade. Although the Bears have commanded the rivalry in the past, this year a different Brown dominated the game.
After Harvard rallied to score two touchdowns in the second quarter to take a tenuous 14-13 lead, Wilson found the end zone on a 51-yard interception return. The Crimson would never look back.
After waiting behind standout quarterback Colton Chapple ‘13 last season, junior Conner Hempel began right where his predecessor had left off last fall.
At the Harvard-Yale dual meet on Saturday, junior Vivian Hanley and senior James Leakos won their respective races to pace the Crimson.
On Saturday, at home in the Malkin Athletic Center, Holte put up 12 of Harvard’s 17 blocks against Hofstra in a 3-1 win for her squad.
And if her performances in the heptathlon and high jump are any indication, she wasn’t leaving anything to chance.