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 the final weekend of play for the Harvard softball team, junior captain Shelbi Olson tallied two RBIs, three steals, and her only triple of the season. She ends her season on a 15-game hitting streak.
Co-captain Kasey Lange hit a walkoff home run to earn Tuesday's first win for the Harvard softball team against visiting Boston College. The Crimson would go on to capture game two by a score of 4-3.
Sophomore Denis Nguyen and partner junior co-captain Casey MacMaster are the 52nd ranked-doubles tandem in the country, and they’ve looked that way so far this season, with an 8-1 record at the No. 1 spot. Harvard has won 12 straight doubles points and has not lost in the Ivy League since April 8, 2012.
Freshman Nicky Hu, shown above in previous action, dropped his first singles set against Drake, 6-2, but came back to seal the team victory by winning the second set, 6-3, before claiming the third-set tiebreaker, 7-6(5). The loss was the Bulldogs’ first in its last 18 matches as they fell, 4-2.
Co-captain Nick Madden, pictured above in earlier action, notched 11 and 13 kills against Penn State and St. Francis, respectively, over the weekend.
Junior forward Lyndsey Fry, shown above in earlier action, found the back of the net twice in Harvard’s 5-2 defeat of Brown on Tuesday night at the Bright Hockey Center. Both of Fry’s goals in the contest were assisted by captain Jillian Dempsey, who entered the top 10 in points in school history.