Weston B. Howe
Harvard men's heavyweight crew coach Harry Parker, who had led the Crimson since the early 1960's, died Tuesday at 77.
The meteoric rise of Jeremy Lin '10 has garnered additional publicity for all of Harvard athletics.
With 20+ points in three straight games for the Knicks, Jeremy Lin '10 has become a media darling and attracted national attention.
Former Harvard star Jeremy Lin ’10 turned in another strong performance for the New York Knicks Monday night.
Former Harvard standout Jeremy Lin '10 had the game of his young career Saturday night, recording 25 points, seven assists, and five rebounds against the New Jersey Nets.
Jeremy Lin '10 had his best game as a Knick yet on Jan. 24, scoring eight points while tallying four assists in just six minutes of play.
Harvard coach Harry Parker has been at the helm of the crew program for 49 years and is widely considered to be a legend of crew.
Captain Dan Chenoweth was a standout on the men’s cross country team, qualifying for the NCAAs and being named to the Northeast All-Region team. On the women’s side, the highlight of the 2010 campaign came at Pre-Nationals, where it placed 16th out of 40 teams. The season looked bright until several injuries set the team back, although Harvard—led by senior Claire Richardson—still put together a solid season and hopes to continue making strides.
A legend in the world of rowing, Harvard heavyweight coach Harry Parker earned himself two chapters in Peter Mallory's book on the history of rowing.
Fresh off a third-place finish at NCAA Regionals, Dan Chenoweth did not perform to expectations at the NCAA National Championships yesterday. The decorated senior finished 238th out of 246 runners.
Men’s cross country captain Dan Chenoweth continued a stellar fall with a third-place showing in the “white” division at Pre-Nationals.
Captain Dan Chenoweth set a new course and meet record at the annual Harvard-Yale cross country race with a time of 25:10.70.
Captain Dan Chenoweth continued to carry the Harvard men’s cross-country team, winning the Harvard-Yale matchup in a meet-record 25:10.70 in New Haven, Conn. Chenoweth outpaced a Bulldog group that took positions two through four, giving the host team the overall victory.