Richard F. Taylor
The Crimson running back tandem of senior Gino Gordon and sophomore Treavor Scales is back for more after leading the Ivy League in rushing a year ago.
The Harvard offensive line, which graduated four seniors including Jason Williams '10 (pictured above) must look to rebuild if the Crimson wants to recapture the Ivy title.
Sophomore forward Brian Rogers, who leads the team in goals, looks to be a major factor this weekend.
Louis Leblanc chose to forego his last three years of college eligibility by signing an NHL contract.
Co-captain Brian Grimm started all 19 games at midfield and was a second-team All-Ivy selection. Grimm and the senior class never failed to make the NCAA tournament during their four years with the Crimson.
The captain amassed 70 points over his Harvard career and provided veteran leadership behind the blue line.
The defender is a four-time All-Ivy selection and was drafted by the Columbus Crew in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft.
The three-time first-team All-Ivy and All-American lineman signed an NFL contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this spring.
Andre Akpan broke the career points record, led his team to the NCAA Sweet 16, and was named first runner-up for the Hermann Trophy in his senior season.
Down 10-0 in the fourth quarter, the Crimson scored two late touchdowns and took advantage of a failed fake punt to maintain its recent control of the Harvard-Yale rivalry in the 126th playing of The Game.
Field general Collier Winters stepped out of Chris Pizzotti ’08-’09’s shadow, ranking first in the league in pass efficiency and leading the Crimson to a comeback victory over the Bulldogs in The Game.
A referee watches as Harvard defeats Yale, 14-10, in the 126th playing of The Game at the Yale Bowl on Nov. 21, 2009.
Batting .221 on the season, junior Tyler Albright is tied for the team lead with two home runs in 21 games. Albright had a hit and a walk in Harvard’s home opener, a 5-0 loss to Bryant on Tuesday.
Senior Dan Zailskas, shown here in earlier action, went 3-for-6 yesterday in baseball’s split with Cornell. The first baseman had an RBI in Harvard’s 12-6 win, as the squad bumped its Ivy record to 2-2.