Yale University’s Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and more than 80 of its former members have settled lawsuits outside of court with victims of a collision at the 2011 Harvard-Yale football Game, which left one woman dead and two others injured.
Audrey Green '19 performs with Harvard Cheerleading during the Crimson's Saturday game at New Haven.
Harvard students cheer as the Crimson faces the Yale Bulldogs in New Haven.
Harvard students wait in line in front of Lowell House for the Harvard Student Agencies’ shuttles to Yale on Friday afternoon.
A festive group of Harvard students revel in the action of the game.
Freshman wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley jogs into the end zone for one of his three touchdown scores of the afternoon.
Rookie receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley totaled 153 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns as Harvard topped Yale, 38-19, in the 132nd playing of The Game.
Harvard senior quarterback Scott Hosch recorded 60 yards on the ground on 11 carries to go with his four passing touchdowns on Saturday afternoon.
Senior tight end Ben Braunecker (48) and junior tight end Anthony Firkser (42) celebrate after one of Braunecker’s two receiving touchdowns in the 38-19 win over the Bulldogs.
The Harvard special teams unit turned in a strong performance on Saturday, holding Yale kickoff returners to 22 yards or fewer on every return.
Photos and Video from the 132nd playing of The Game in New Haven, Connecticut.
This Saturday in New Haven, Harvard football clinched its first ever Ivy League three-peat by trouncing Yale, 38-19, in the 132nd playing of The Game. The result marked a program-record ninth straight victory over the Bulldogs and sent off the class of 2016 with a career record of 36-4, tied for the highest winning percentage in school history.