If rowing on the Charles River in 20-degree weather on the morning of The Game is not difficult enough, add in a shifting race course and a near-crash at the Eliot turn, and you will have just experienced Andrew Hamm’s first race as a novice.
The Harvard women’s basketball team was debilitated by 24 turnovers Friday night at Jadwin Gymnasium, as they fell to Princeton (20-4, 10-0 Ivy), 74-44. The Crimson’s two-dozen turnovers plagued Harvard all night, leading to nearly half of the Tigers’ points.
Rebecca Nadler earned her spot in Harvard skiing history this weekend, winning the giant slalom and becoming the first woman to ever win a collegiate alpine race for the Crimson in EISA competition. Riding Nadler’s performance, Harvard placed ninth overall at the Williams Carnival held Friday through Saturday. The Nordic competition took place in Craftsbury, Vt., while the alpine skiers squared off at Jiminy Peak in Hancock, Mass.
The Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations brought together yesterday a baseball park owner, photographer, museum curator, and veteran of the Negro Baseball League to highlight the importance of sports in the evolution of American society.
This past Saturday at the Ivy League championships, senior Kate Mills only had one more relay to swim in her entire college career, the 400 freestyle. The swimmer had no need to excel beyond her expectations; she had already accumulated the highest number of points of any single participant at the meet.
After suffering an emotional defeat to No. 73 William and Mary on Saturday, the No. 68 Harvard women’s tennis team went full-steam ahead to defeat the No. 63 Boilermakers, 5-2, last night at the Murr Center.