Alexandra P. Kass

SAGER-MEISTER
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SAGER-MEISTER

Co-captain Luke Sager had one of the Crimson’s few good scoring opportunities Saturday with a header saved by Sean Milligan.

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GRIMM'S OUTLOOK
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GRIMM'S OUTLOOK

Junior midfielder Brian Grimm, shown here in earlier action, tallied his second assist of the season on the game-winner against Princeton. The Crimson remains undefeated in league play with the win.

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LONE RANGER
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LONE RANGER

Junior Kwaku Nyamekye scored the only goal of the game Saturday, his first tally of the season. The Crimson moved to 4-3-0 overall with the win and 1-0 in the Ivy League.

KAT WOMAN
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KAT WOMAN

Junior co-captain Kat Kocurek led Harvard with a 16-dig effort in the Crimson’s 3-0 win over the Big Green on Friday night. The win in the team’s home Ivy opener gave Harvard a six-game winning streak.

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STOECK'D
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STOECK'D

Known more for his slick fielding abilities than his bat, senior shortstop Jeff Stoeckel, shown here in earlier action, drove in two runs and scored one of his own in the final game of his collegiate career for Harvard. The Crimson ended its tough season

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