Harvard heavyweight crew finished fourth as a team behind the Huskies, Brown, and California at this past weekend's IRA National Championships on the Cooper River in Camden, N.J.
Following its third straight perfect dual season, the Harvard lightweight varsity eight won the national title for the first time in almost a decade.
Somewhere in a half-asleep doze from Boston to Providence, I realized I was being driven by someone who’d had a very real role in the music industry.
On the last weekend of the season, the Harvard ski team finally broke its ninth-place streak in EISA competition thanks to strong performances by sophomore Rebecca Nadler and junior Alena Tofte.
FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR, RUNNER-UP, FEMALE BREAKOUT PLAYER OF THE YEAR, RUNNER-UP: Rebecca Nadler
Nadler won the giant slalom event at the NCAA Championships, giving the Crimson its first skiing national title.
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Sitting just behind first place in the giant slalom of the NCAA Championships, some athletes might have been nervous.
Harvard sophomore Rebecca Nadler became the first individual national champion in program history on Thursday by winning the giant slalom event at the NCAA Skiing Championships.
The Harvard University Boat Club’s senior class has been making it look easy for a while, but no one who knows the sport is falling for it.
In the C.R.A.S.H.-B. honor row, there’s nowhere to hide. And that’s how Mike DiSanto likes it.
Over the past two years, Harvard’s top skiers, sophomore Rebecca Nadler, junior Alena Tofte, junior Catherine Sheils, and sophomore Chris Stock, have made several breakthrough performances to put the Crimson jacket in unfamiliar places, most recently on the top of the alpine podium last weekend.
When Nadler did cross that line it became official: She was the first Harvard alpine skier ever to win an EISA carnival event.
Ho and Lin are setting fantastic examples for young athletes everywhere, and it’s important that we remember both of them, the obstacles they have faced, and the way they have triumphed.