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HAZ-MATT
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HAZ-MATT

Harvard baseball captain Matt Vance, shown here in earlier action, provided all of the Crimson’s offensive firepower in yesterday’s 4-3 loss to Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. Vance slugged two homers and drove in all three of Harvard’s runs, but the rest

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TO NO A-ZAIL

Sophomore Dan Zailskas, shown here in earlier action, was double trouble for opponents last week with a three-hit performance against San Diego and a seven-inning pitching gem against San Diego State.

PIKE'S PEAK
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PIKE'S PEAK

Junior goalkeeper Joe Pike, shown here in earlier action, had a monster week during his team’s three-game road trip. Last Tuesday he posted a season-high 14 saves against Duke—10 in the first half alone—before posting a career-high 17 saves against Denv

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DOUGY FRESH

Senior safety Doug Hewlett helped the Crimson remain undefeated in Ivy League play as he grabbed three interceptions—a feat not accomplished by a Harvard player since 1967—in the 28-21 win over Dartmouth.

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HEIGH HO
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HEIGH HO

Sophomore running back Cheng Ho tallied 114 yards on 15 carries, demonstrating his ability to make tacklers miss on a 41-yard run.

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SAY JAY!
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SAY JAY!

Junior goalkeeper Jay Connolly kept the Crimson close with a game-high 15 saves, but couldn’t stop the game-winner in the third overtime.

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The UC: fighting for our right to party,

TWO TRICKY!
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TWO TRICKY!

Senior attackman Greg Cohen, shown here in earlier action, scored two hat tricks in a 13-9 victory against Dartmouth on Saturday afternoon, netting a career-high six goals in his final game for the Crimson. He notched three consecutive scores in Harvard's

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Daniel "Zac" Tanjeloff '08 and David M. Galkowski '08 received the Harvard Entrepreneurship Forum Award for their Internet dating business plan. Their Web site, CheckMyRadar.com offers social networking with a romantic twist.

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