“We’ve always had a focal point of our offensive philosophy,” Harvard coach Tommy Amaker says. “That’s the inside presence. Our program was built around that. The main constant across my time here is that we want to play inside-out.”
Students continuously lament the lack of common centralized social spaces that are open to everyone in the student body. While these complaints are legitimate, there is an un-tapped social space sitting right across the Charles River.
The Harvard men’s soccer team is at a cross-road. More than halfway through the season the team has just one victory—a 1-0 win over Michigan State more than a month ago on September 7. It finished last season with a program-low two wins
On the heels of a record-breaking basketball season and in the midst of a dominant run for Crimson football, Harvard will replace its undersized basketball stadium and renovate the nation’s oldest football stadium.
An air of confidence surrounds the members of Harvard’s revamped receiving corps. The unproven trio of juniors Andrew Berg and Ricky Zorn and sophomore Seitu Smith II say they’re ready to show Crimson fans and the Ivy League what they’re made of.