Throughout his soccer career, Pieter Lehrer has done nothing but win.
In Ross Friedman’s 15 years of playing soccer, the jerseys, the coaches, the lineups, and the stadiums have all changed, but one thing has remained the same—his father's relentless support.
Since the inception of the team in 2002, Harvard had never seen sustained success until the Class of 2016 came onto the scene.
Jay and Jennifer Weiss met at Harvard in 1994. Twenty years, hundreds of victories, 67 All-Ivy or All-American players, 16 years of marriage, and two kids later, the wrestling and women's volleyball head coaches are still going strong.
Delaney-Smith transformed a program that had once been consistently below .500 into one in which winning was considered the norm. Since her inaugural title just five years into her tenure, Delaney-Smith has added 10 more banners, six NCAA Tournaments, and four WNIT appearances.
A 0-3-1 start does not usually describe a soccer squad poised to make a title run. Yet that was where the Harvard women’s team stood a week into the season.
In the 2013 cross country season to date, Harvard co-captains James Leakos and Maksim Korolev have faced 798 runners in four races, held on four different courses in four different states. And in each of those competitions, the duo has found its place on the top of the leaderboard.
Crowds cheer and watch up and around the Eliot Bridge on Sunday afternoon. The Sunday races were the last scheduled for this year's HOTC event.
Currently, five players on the Olympics-headed national women's ice hockey team are either current or former members of the Harvard team. The Harvard women’s hockey team is one of the most successful teams on campus but struggles to maintain fan attendance levels.
With the game tied at 35 in triple overtime on Saturday, sophomore running back Paul Stanton scampered 17 yards for a game-winning touchdown against Holy Cross. The run was fourteen years in the making.
In the weeks since the Crimson bowed out of the NCAA tournament, life has been different for Webster.
Senior Matt O’Leary, co-captain of the Harvard’s Men’s Lightweight Crew Team, has led the team to a number one national ranking this season.