Year in Sports
Once upon a time, there was a little boy named Scott.
A two-time All-American selection, Juszczyk was invaluable to the offense as a blocker for the top rushing offense in the Ivy League. But the senior’s role was expanded beyond the traditional tight end position, as Juszczyk became Chapple’s primary target and led the receiving corps.
Injuries and sharing a coach couldn’t stop women’s golf from winning its second consecutive Ivy crown and recording program-low rounds.
The Harvard men's tennis team repeated its Ivy League title, dropping just one conference contest through the regular season. The squad fell to No. 10 Mississippi State in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
Sobhy became the first player in over a decade to clinch back-to-back Ramsay Cups. But her quest is not over yet, as the sophomore hopes to become the first player in over 30 years to win four straight individual national titles.
The Crimson finished last in the ECAC and was eliminated by Dartmouth in the first round of the conference tornament. Harvard struggled on both sides of the rink, losing eight straight games midseason.
During the 2012 campaign, Chapple was the architect of the highest-scoring offense in the history of the Ancient Eight. The Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year threw 24 touchdown passes and accounted for 3,169 yards of total offense, both Crimson records, while also finishing second in the Football Championship Subdivision in passing efficiency.
Down two runs entering the bottom of the ninth, Harvard scored three times on wild pitches to walk off. The two teams combined for 38 hits and nine errors.
Hampered by tough losses throughout the season, the men’s lacrosse team missed the postseason for the second straight year.
Maschmeyer stars as one-half of a Crimson platoon in goal.
Against the odds, Harvard men's basketball did the improbably and upset the much-hyped three-seed New Mexico in the second round of the NCAA tournament.