Richard F. Taylor
After breaking the men's soccer team's career points record, Andre Akpan '10 has gone on to an MLS career that recently took him to New York.
Former Harvard hockey player Louis Leblanc was sent back down to the Montreal Canadiens' AHL affiliate, the Hamilton Bulldogs, where he has continued his high level of play.
Co-captain Corey Jantzen, shown here in earlier action, returned from injury Friday to wrestle for the first time since last January. The senior won both of matchups, including an upset over Rutgers grappler Mario Mason.
During his one season at Harvard in 2009-2010, Louis Leblanc led the Crimson with 23 points. Leblanc left after his freshman year and is currently playing for the Hamilton Bulldogs. In his first game with the AHL team, he scored the game-winning goal in overtime and also had two assists in the contest.
Former Crimson wideout Mike Cook '10 is playing for the Herlev Rebels in Norway this season—one of a number of Crimson football alums continuing their careers around the world.
Former Crimson wideout Mike Cook '10 is playing for the Herlev Rebels in Denmark this season—one of a number of Crimson football alums continuing their careers around the world.
Senior Michael Biega, shown above in earlier action, is tied for the team lead in goals and points this season. Harvard takes on arch-rival Cornell this Saturday. The Big Red leads the all-time series 69-58-7 and knocked off the Crimson 6-3 and 3-0 in last season’s matchups.
Junior Corey Jantzen suffered a torn elbow ligament over J-Term, meaning he will have to miss yet another season as a result of injury.
Sophomore co-captain Walter Peppelman, shown above in earlier action, finished in fourth place at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational. Teammate Corey Jantzen made it to the finals but the junior came in second place.
The Game, depicted above from last year’s showdown, has meant so much not only to Harvard students and Yalies alike but also to the families that have followed Harvard football over the years.
Sophomore running back Treavor Scales is hoping for another big rushing day this Saturday against Dartmouth.
Sophomore Treavor Scales and the Crimson's running game look to bolster Harvard once again in its second Ivy League contest.
The Harvard defense, led by senior Chuks Obi and a strong front seven, hopes to stop the run and dominate Ivy League opponents on the gridiron this year.
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