Gary Power, shown here in earlier action, swept his match in the four spot in three straight games.
Miye D'Oench, shown here in earlier action, recorded five shots in the team's 2-0 loss to Yale.
Freshman Sydney Daniels scored her third goal of the season late in the third period against Colgate, putting the finishing touches on a 2-0 victory.
Sophomore forward Miye D'Oench leads the team with 15 goals and 12 assists. The Crimson looks to remain atop the ECAC this weekend against Clarkson and St. Lawrence.
Junior Denis Nguyen, the No. 2 seed going into the ITA Northeast Regionals, advanced to the tournament finals, where he fell to Columbia’s Winston Lin in three sets. Lin is ranked 54th nationally in singles play.
Junior Denis Nguyen and the Harvard men’s tennis team started its campaign towards winning a third-straight Ivy League title.
Rising senior Lyndsey Fry, pictured above in action in 2012, and four other past and current Harvard women's hockey players made USA Hockey's 25-man roster, which was announced Monday.
Playing at No. 1 in singles throughout the dual meet season, sophomore Denis Nguyen compiled an 8-8 record as his Harvard men’s tennis team went 19-6.
2-meter player Ben Zepfel was one of seven talented freshmen to join Harvard water polo this season. Zepfel, who led the team in goals with 78 over the season, was named the team’s Most Valuable Player for 2012.
Sophomore Meg Casscells-Hamby led the Crimson with six goals. Her efforts were not enough to propel Harvard to a second title.
Senior Aisha Price started in 14 women’s soccer games, tallying seven points, last fall before co-captaining the women’s water polo team in the winter and spring. She credits her coaches and Harvard’s Ivy League affiliation for allowing her to compete in two sports.
Sophomore Alex Steinroeder, shown here in previous action, was victorious in his singles match at line four as well as in doubles with partner freshman Kelvin Lam. Steinroeder finishes the regular season with a 16-13 singles record but is 8-1 when teaming up with Lam.
In a 5-4 loss to Dartmouth, Kasey Lange went 1-for-1 with a home run and three walks. The homer was her 13th of the year. The rest of the Harvard softball team combined to hit 10 home runs this season. Lange also leads her squad in hits and RBI and posted a .461 on-base percentage.