Every week, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.
In one of Harvard sports’ most remote outposts, the Myopia Outdoor Arena in Hamilton, Mass., the Harvard club polo team’s graduating seniors fell to the alumni cohort by a score of 8-7 in Saturday’s annual alumni match.
Tommy Lee Jones '69 makes an appearance at the alumni game on Saturday afternoon. Jones is an avid fan and financial supporter of the Harvard Polo Team.
Tommy Lee Jones ‘69 makes an appearance at the alumni polo game on Saturday afternoon. Jones is an avid fan and financial supporter of the Harvard Polo Team. His wife played in the match.
Dawn Jones, wife of Tommy Lee Jones '69, leads the alumni in the third chukker comeback against the senior team. This past year, Jones won the U.S. Women's Open in polo.
Long walks around Legoland and Disney World, intense blowgun fights, bike rides along Venice Beach and crashing in Tommy Lee ...
Members of the varsity Harvard Polo team spend spring break in Palm Beach in order to train for pre-regional tournaments and watch some high goal polo.
Harvard women’s polo captain Samantha Drago, pictured above, has notched 39 goals this season. Like most members of the polo club, Drago had never played the sport until she arrived at Harvard. But under the guidance of Harvard’s husband-wife coaching duo, Drago quickly picked up the sport.
Few in the Harvard community could list all of the school’s 41 varsity teams. And even fewer could name all Crimson club sports.