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The Catch
Football

Five Seconds to Perfection

With just 60 ticks left on the game clock, perfection was on the line.

Moy's Moment
Features

Making the Jump From Juniors

​In a season that saw the Harvard men’s ice hockey team return to national prominence, the Crimson offense tallied 3.27 goals per game, the highest mark in the ECAC. In addition to having an eye for the back of the net, Harvard’s five highest-scoring forwards all shared another thing in common: They all played junior hockey prior to arriving in Cambridge.

Dershwitz Tashkent
Fencing

Male Rookie of the Year: Dershwitz To Pursue Olympic Dreams

​For some athletes, collegiate competition is not enough. Freshman sabre fencer Eli Dershwitz came to Harvard with the full knowledge that he would be taking a break from the team after his freshman season.

Daniels Downs Rivals
Women's Ice Hockey

Team of the Year: Women's Ice Hockey

​On the ice at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis, over 1,100 miles from home, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team had the program’s first NCAA title within reach. But 60 minutes of play later, that same ice was cleared smooth once again, and the Crimson watched another team, hometown favorite Minnesota, hoist the trophy in victory.

Brown UNH
Men's Basketball

No Offseason: The Lives of Two-Sport Athletes at Harvard

During their offseasons, most athletes are able to take a step back and limit their frequent treks across the river, to the Malkin Athletic Center, or to the boathouse. But that is not the case for freshman Candida Janachowski and senior Matt Brown.

Pucci's Puck
Features

Josephine Pucci: One Last Time

After battling back from a traumatic head injury, Josephine Pucci made the U.S. women's ice hockey team and captured silver in Sochi. But upon her return to Harvard, the decision to play a final season was not an easy one.

Brent the Brewer
Baseball

Brent the Brewer

Former Harvard pitcher Brent Suter '12 was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2012 draft.

Killorn It
Men's Ice Hockey

Killorn It

Former Harvard hockey star Alexander Killorn '12 has established himself as an important member of the NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning.

Cambridge to Baltimore
Football

Cambridge to Baltimore

Former Crimson football player Kyle Juszczyk '13 has established himself in the NFL, playing fullback for the Baltimore Ravens.

Fighting for a Dream
Football

Fighting for a Dream

Crimson offensive linemen Nick Easton will be fighting to make an NFL roster after signing to the Baltimore Raven's practice squad.

Summer of Opportunities
Football

Summer of Opportunities

According to Harvard coach Tim Murphy, a large contingent of the football team is able to stay close to Cambridge and train while completing classes or internships.

Shwayder's Summer
Track and Cross Country

Shwayder's Summer

Rookie Elianna Shwayder is among the athletes who plans on staying on campus, completing organic chemistry while training for cross country.

Academic Hurdling
Sports Features

Academic Hurdling

Staying on the Harvard campus affords athletes the opportunity to pursue normally restricted academic endeavors while training in the Crimson facilities.

Flying Quasar
Club Sports

Flying Quasar

Harvard Quasar, the women's ultimate frisbee team, has experienced success over the last few seasons.

Funding Feud
Club Sports

Funding Feud

Despite the success which the team has experienced, being a club sport has brought financial limitation on the squad, affecting the ability for Quasar to be successful at a national level.

Beauty After Ruin
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Beauty After Ruin

Harvard Ed Portal Opening
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Year In Review 2015

Fischer Touchdown
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Year in Sports 2015

Senior survey header
Front Feature

Class of 2015, By the Numbers