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Jeremy Lin '10 scored 10 points and dished out 13 assists in the Knicks' 100-85 win over the Sacramento Kings.
In his first four games back in the NHL, former Crimson hockey player Louis Leblanc has tallied two points on a goal and an assist.
In his first career start, Jeremy Lin '10 had the best statistical night of his career on Monday, posting 28 points, eight assists, two steals, and two rebounds.
Junior setter Rob Lothman, shown above in previous action, helped the Harvard men’s volleyball team to a 3-1 victory over MIT on Saturday night, recording a team-high 37 assists and five digs in the game.
Co-captain outside hitter Matt Jones, shown here in earlier action, led the Crimson with 32 points and 23 kills in a victory over Cal-Baptist last night. Harvard (5-0) is off to it’s best start since 1993, and begins Conference play, at home, against George Mason on Friday
Co-captain and outside hitter Matt Jones led the Harvard men’s volleyball team last year, tallying 332 kills for an average of almost four kills per game and earning a total of 399 points. Jones and the Crimson begin the 2011-2012 campaign on tonight at Endicott College.
The women’s sabre team, led by senior Caroline Vloka (right, shown here in earlier action), struggled at the St. John’s Invitational, going 17-28, the second-poorest showing of any squad on the women’s side. The rest of the women’s squad didn’t fare much better.
Senior Meghan Leddy captured Harvard’s only victory on the day, swimming to a first-place finish in the 200-yard backstroke. Junior Caroline Weaver placed second in the event, coming in 0.21 seconds behind the senior.
Locating and protecting ornaments is not a problem for Clara, who watches over them with care until her human roommates can return them to their tree.
Perched safely behind a small Christmas tree decorated by Dunster House Resident Tutors Erica Brown Soto ‘07 and Odeviz Soto ‘07, Clara surveys her home for stray ornaments.
Sly enjoys a beautiful view of the Charles River from his room in Dunster House where he currently resides with James Esdaile, Resident Tutor in History and Public Service.
During Cambridge’s cold winter months, Sly enjoys curling up with issues of “The Economist” in front of his common room fireplace.