Freshman attacker Noah Harrison, shown above in previous action, tallied three saves in the Harvard men’s water polo team’s 10-7 victory over MIT on Saturday to take seventh place at the Collegiate Water Polo Association Eastern Championships hosted by Princeton.
Harvard sophomore Denis Nguyen, shown above in previous action, fell to two top-ranked opponents over the weekend. On Friday, No. 43 Jamie Whiteford bested Nguyen in two sets, and on Saturday, No. 24 Greg Andrews, topped Nguyen in three sets.
Senior midfielder Aisha Price set up the Harvard women’s soccer team’s lone goal in its 1-0 victory over Columbia on Saturday at Soldiers Field Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium. Late in the contest, Price’s cross found freshman Brooke Dickens, who scored the game’s only goal.
Sophomore Shaun Chaudhuri took home the A flight singles and the B flight doubles titles at the Harvard Halloween Classic, earning an 8-0 record at the Crimson men’s tennis team’s penultimate fall tournament.
After recording a career high nine blocks against Dartmouth last Friday, freshman Caroline Holte earned Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors. Holte and the Harvard women’s volleyball team have won their last three games.
Junior defensive specialist Natalie Doyle recorded 12 digs for the Harvard women’s volleyball team in a pair of contests over the weekend at the Malkin Athletic Center. On Friday, Doyle notched five digs in the Crimson’s 3-0 victory over Brown. One night later, she chipped in with seven in a loss to Yale.
Freshman Ben Zepfel has enjoyed a stellar start to his collegiate career with the Crimson. The rookie scored 13 goals in four games over the weekend for Harvard at Bucknell’s Bison Classic. Harvard went 3-1 on the weekend.
Blake Lee, shown here, Robbie Fluegge, Noah Harrison, Christopher Miao, Austin Novis, Colin Woolway, and Ben Zepfel headline the Crimson’s rookie class that has been instrumental in helping Harvard to a six-game winning streak, the program’s longest in more than a decade.
Sophomore Henry Steer, pictured here in earlier action, was the No. 1 seed in his singles bracket at the USTA College Invitational this weekend in Flushing, N.Y. In his first-round match, Steer fell in a super tiebreak.