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High school point guard Bryce Aiken, the No. 78 recruit in the Class of 2016, has announced his commitment to Harvard, becoming the second member of Scout.com's Top 100 from the class to join the Crimson.
Junior forward Midge Purce, the team’s leading scorer a year ago and the focal point of the Crimson’s offensive attack, took a total of five shots in Saturday’s 4-0 win over Yale, sinking three of them in the back of the net, the last of which completed her first career collegiate hat trick.
For the third weekend in a row, the Crimson controlled all aspects of its matchup, this time jumping to a 31-0 halftime lead against Georgetown before cruising to a 45-0 shutout at Harvard Stadium.
In a predetermined blowout, especially on a cold evening, the rules of spectatorship change.
In a complete dismantling of Brown in all facets of the game, the Crimson unveiled new black jerseys and extended its winning streak to 16 games.
The 2015 edition of the Harvard football team faces an unenviable challenge—how to improve upon an undefeated season. While last year’s season certainly can’t be topped, the ultimate goal remains the same. But several bolstered Ivy League rivals are vying for the same crown and have the Harvard game circled in red. Thus, the Crimson must get used to playing with a target on its back.
With the majority of its offense returning for the upcoming season, fifth-year senior Colin Blackwell included, the Crimson has been tabbed as the coaches' choice to win the ECAC.
Donning new white uniforms, Harvard controlled the contest from start to finish, riding a consistent offensive and complete defensive performance en route to the program's 15-straight victory.
Junior quarterback Joe Viviano, who was in a close competition for the starting job with Scott Hosch, is out for the season after breaking his foot in a recent scrimmage, according to Crimson coach Tim Murphy.
Junior outside hitter Grace Weghorst had 24 kills as Harvard erased an 0-2 deficit to win at home.
When Stony Brook senior Martin Giordano’s 77th minute shot pulled the Seawolves even with the Harvard men’s soccer team Sunday evening, it appeared as though yet another chapter had been added to a familiar Crimson narrative.
40 seconds after a header by senior Oliver White evened the match for the Crimson, UConn's quick reply seven minutes from the end gave the Huskies a 2-1 lead which it would conserve until the final whistle.
The Crimson will look to pick up its first win of the season against the Huskies on Thursday, but the team will likely be without co-captain defenseman Mark Ashby.
Two days after the only thing separating Harvard from a win over Alabama was the crossbar, the Crimson conceded a 90th minute game-winner to No. 25 UConn.