Last season then-sophomore Christian Sady earned an All-Ivy honorable mention. But yesterday against Seattle, the midfielder and the rest of his teammates failed to produce a goal as the Crimson fell, 1-0.
Nov. 1, 2015: Vesey opened the year with two goals and three assists in back-to-back wins over Dartmouth.
Senior wide receiver Seitu Smith;s 39-yard touchdown catch on fourth-and-12 with 6:38 remaining in the fourth quarter kept the Crimson's hopes of a comeback alive, cutting the Big Green's lead to 13-7 at Harvard Stadium.
Senior offensive lineman Adam Redmond pumps up the fans as the Crimson makes its fourth-quarter comeback.
Paul Stanton (bottom) rushed for a season-low 3.2 yards per carry against the Big Green, who stuffed the senior running back on the goal line on several occasions.
After being held quiet throughout the majority of the game, Harvard fans began to cheer as the Crimson began its comeback.
Harvard, down six in the fourth quarter, put together a scoring drive that will be cemented in history.
Senior quarterback Scott Hosch (3) and the Crimson found themselves in a 10-0 hole at the end of the first quarter.
Junior offensive lineman Christian Shigley joins in on the celebration after Harvard's stunning comeback.
Sophomore defensive lineman Stone Hart celebrates on the sideline. Hart blocked Dartmouth's field goal at the end of the game to ensure the Crimson's 14-13 victory.
At one point in the game, the Crimson saw itself down 13-0, making a 14 point comeback in the fourth quarter.
Captain Matt Koran pumped himself up for game night against Dartmouth. Koran and the Crimson defense held the Big Green to 13 points to give the offense a chance.
After five consecutive defensive stops on its own 1-yard line early in the fourth, Dartmouth looked to be in control.
Captain Matt Koran struggled to get in the Dartmouth backfield in the first half, but applied pressure when it mattered.
Senior defensive end Denzel Paige celebrated late, but Harvard had nothing to celebrate about in the first half.