Angeline L. Baniqued
Quarterback Colton Chapple started just four games during his junior campaign, but he made them count, passing for 12 touchdowns.
Senior pitcher Rachel Brown, shown here in an earlier contest, dominated opposing hitters in the Northridge Classic, allowing just two runs in three games. Brown's best performance of the weekend came in a one-hit, complete game shutout in the Harvard softball team's 2-0 win over CSU Bakersfield.
Shown here in earlier play, sophomore Casey MacMaster joined with freshman Denis Nguyen to make up the top seeded doubles team during this weekend’s Halloween Invitational, but the two fell in a walkover to Crimson rookies Henry Steer and Alex Steinroeder—who also won the Flight A singles.
Spending the long weekend competing at the Moody Trophy regatta hosted by the University of Rhode Island, the Harvard sailing co-eds took last place in a 16-team field—Roger Williams was the eventual winner—but came away satisfied that its four freshmen gained experience.
Starting in place of an injured Collier Winters, junior quarterback Colton Chapple led Harvard to a 24-7 victory over Brown on Friday night. Chapple threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns on 26 passes in the win.
Freshman swimmer Spenser Goodman helped the men’s 800 free relay team to a second place finish at the 2011 Ivy League Championships.
Rookies Ames Lyman, right, and Alice Kenney brave the Charles in their Tech Dinghy at the Wellesley/Babson Invite at MIT on April 24, 2011.
Freshman Spenser Goodman was a force in the pool this year for the Crimson. After winning a race and placing second in another at his first meet in a Crimson uniform, the rookie never looked back. At the Ivy League Championship, Goodman and his 800-yard freestyle relay team were named to the second-team All-Ivy after taking second in the event. A number of freshmen made significant contributions this season, including Wes Stearns and Oliver Lee.
Freshman Ames Lyman, right, and freshman Alice Kenney go downwind in their Tech Dinghy earlier this season at the Wellesley/Babson Invite at MIT on Apr. 24. The co-ed team, led by five All-NEISA sailors, is ranked third in the nation and next week is headed to Oregon for nationals.
Sophomore Laura Gemmell had won all 32 of her collegiate matches coming into the finals of the CSA Individual National Championships, but Harvard’s No. 1 fell in three sets to Yale No. 2 Millie Tomlinson.
Track & field co-captain Brian Hill, shown here in earlier action, anchored the Crimson’s 4x800 relay team Saturday at the Penn Relays. Hill turned in a personal best to lead Harvard’s entry—composed of juniors Darcy Wilson and Brian Paison and sophomore Weishen Mead—to a new school record.