Women's Crew

Still Dominant
Women's Crew

Liz O'Leary Continues 30 Years of Excellence at the Helm

With the longest time at the helm, Liz O’Leary has set her standards high for the team since the day she assumed the role of head coach in 1986.

Still Dominant
Women's Crew

Still Dominant

Entering her 30th season, O’Leary has helped the Black and White earn a combined 197-103 dual season record against other fiercely competitive Division I teams. She also coached the team to Eastern Sprins titles in 1987, 1989, 2003, and 2015.

Losing the Cup
Men's Crew

Losing the Cup

The Harvard men's lightweight team, seen in action above, relinquished the Haines Cup after falling to No. 6 Navy on the Severn Rive

Losing the Cup
Men's Crew

Men's Heavyweight Crew Takes Home Adams Cup, Others Falls to Ranked Opponents

With little time left in the regular season, the Harvard and Radcliffe heavyweight and lightweight teams looked to leave its mark in the water. With the men's heavyweight crew team win, the team takes home Adams Cup for the 18th consecutive year, and the 53rd out of 80 years.

Men's Crew

Harvard Crew Teams Turn in Strong Performances

Spring has finally sprung for Harvard and Radcliffe heavyweight and lightweight teams, which, for the first time of the spring season, were able to row in good weather over the weekend.

Men's Crew

Men's and Women's Crew Post Successful Weekend Finishes

​Both the men’s and women’s crew teams were back in action this weekend, taking on some of the top teams in the nation. Facing below-average temperatures and windy conditions, the Harvard teams were able to walk away with various victories as they look to build momentum for the home stretches of their seasons.

Men's Crew

Men's and Women's Crew Begin Spring Season

​In rainy and slightly colder than normal temperatures, the Harvard men’s and women’s heavyweight and lightweight crew teams got back to work for the spring season, hitting the water for early morning races this past Saturday.

Women's Crew

Women's Crew Starts Spring Season Strong

​This past Saturday, both the heavyweight and lightweight divisions of the Harvard-Radcliffe women’s rowing team set the bar high as they dominated the competition in their respective inaugural regattas of the spring season.

Rowing on the River
College

Rowing on the River

A women’s crew team passes out from underneath John W. Weeks Bridge during a Wednesday practice. The record-setting warm weather saw several boats out on the Charles River.

Rowing on the River
On Campus

Photos of the Day 03.09.16

Men's Crew

Harvard and Radcliffe Crew Teams Wrap Up Fall Season at Foot of the Charles

As the temperature barely reached the 40 degree mark and the wind howled across the Charles River, the Harvard and Radcliffe crew teams fought against the tough conditions at the Foot of the Charles Regatta against Dartmouth, MIT, BU, BC, Northeastern, and Brown.

Women's Crew

Radcliffe Crew Takes Home Strong Finish at Princeton Chase

​This Sunday, Harvard women’s crew took on a field comprising many of the top teams in the country and came away with some strong finishes. The Radcliffe heavyweight and lightweight teams travelled to Lake Carnegie in Princeton, N.J., for the Princeton 3-Mile Chase.

Head of the Charles 2015
Men's Crew

Head of the Charles 2015

Hundreds of boats from across the country competed in club and collegiate races over the weekend on the Charles River.

Women's Crew

Radcliffe Crew Rows to Mixed Results at Head of the Charles

Ultimately, the lightweight team demonstrated its competitive prowess, breaking the top-three in multiple races, while the heavyweight team was unable to live up to expectations, leaving much room for improvement.

IRA Academics Women's Crew Robert F. Worley
Women's Crew

IRA Academics Women's Crew Robert F. Worley

Senior Lauren Tracey and captain Frederika Archibald of the women's heavyweight crew team were named Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Pocock All-Americans, one of the highest honors in women's rowing. This was the first time since the 2013 season that the Crimson had more than one rower earn this honor.