Year in Sports
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In a season that saw the team go undefeated and win yet another Ivy League title, the football team proved its dominating power once again.
Entering its tournament opener as a substantial underdog, the men's basketball team showed it was a force to be reckoned with, fighting back from a double-digit deficit before ultimately falling to the Tar Heels.
Senior Kyle Juszczyk was drafted in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens with the 130th overall pick.
Alex Killorn ’12 had a standout career for the Harvard, and has continued to have success at the professional level for the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning. Killorn recorded 7 goals and 12 assists in his rookie campaign.
Brent Suter '12 carried on his baseball career as a member of the Brewers farm league system.
Freshman forward Seb Lloyd played in 34 of the Crimson's games this season, amassing seven points for the team.
Josephine Pucci came back to Harvard midway through the season after playing in the 2014 Sochi Olympics for Team USA.
Capping the season for the Crimson was a nail biting win over Yale that pushed the team into sole possession of the Ancient Eight title.
After coming within two points to UNC, the men's basketball team fell short of advancing in the NCAA Tournament this year but they did not go down without a fight.
Freshman runner Elianna Shwayder chose to stay on campus this summer and train for her sport while taking organic chemistry to stay on top of her pre-med requirements.
It has been a season of adjustments across the river in Newell Boathouse, as both the men’s heavyweight and lightweight teams found themselves getting used to new coaches this year.
Once upon a time, there was a little boy named Scott.
Athletes take a variety of roads from Harvard to professional sports.