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Sophomore Noel Painter, shown above in earlier action, notched the Harvard field hockey team's lone score with less than five minutes to play in the Crimson's matchup with Yale. Painter's goal forced overtime, but the Crimson fell in the extra session.
After batting .252 in 2011, senior shortstop Jane Alexander had a breakout season in 2012. Alexander recorded 32 hits and a .408 batting average as the Harvard softball team claimed its second straight Ivy title.
Sophomore third baseman Kasey Lange, pictured above in earlier action, led the high-powered Crimson offense past Holy Cross on Thursday, finishing with four hits in the matchup. Senior pitcher Rachel Brown delivered a standout performance, blanking the Crusaders in seven innings.
In the Harvard softball teams two wins over Yale on Saturday, junior outfielder Ashley Heritage, shown in earlier action, went 4-for-6.
Senior infielder Whitney Shaw scored a run and reached base twice on walks during the Harvard softball team’s two-game sweep of Columbia on Friday at Soldiers Field. The Crimson grabbed the opener, 8-0, and then followed with another shutout victory, 4-0, later that same day.
Rookie second baseman Katherine Lantz attempts to turn two during the Harvard softball team’s matchup with Penn Sunday afternoon at Soldiers Field. Lantz went 3-for-6 on the day as the Crimson swept its doubleheader against the Quakers.
Junior Ashley Heritage goes for the running catch in the Harvard softball team's 4-3 win over Penn in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader. The Crimson rolled in its second game, 10-1, to sweep the twinbill.
Gone are the days of vigorously shaking a ketchup bottle to no avail. The cleverly coined SLIPS (Slippery Liquid Infused Porous Surface)—a product created by Harvard University researchers that functions as a liquid-repellent—has recently come out with a new purpose: clearing out ketchup bottles.
Renowned chefs Barbara Lynch (right) and Lydia Shire (left) join Melanie Dunea Thursday at the Harvard Book Store to discuss Dunea's new book.
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