Freshman Corinne Bain put the finishing touches on a stellar rookie campaign in which she became the first Harvard women's volleyball player to register a triple-double, a feat she accomplished six times.
Senior wide receiver Ricky Zorn will play his final collegiate game in Harvard Stadium on Saturday when the Crimson takes on Penn. In last weekend’s win at Columbia, Zorn had six catches for 56 yards.
A big punt return by senior Scott Miller set up one of the Harvard football team's three first half touchdowns.
Last week, junior kicker Andrew Flesher hit a game-winning field goal to give the Crimson a close win against Dartmouth.
Freshman Zena Edosomwan was recruited by several major-conference teams, but he decided to reclassify and eventually come to Harvard.
Injuries and Princeton have derailed it in conference play the past few years, but the Crimson looks to finally get over the hump this season.
Co-captain Christine Clark is set to begin her final season with the women’s basketball team. After graduation, Clark hopes to play professionally in the WNBA.
Last year’s trio of big men return and is joined by star recruit Zena Edosomwan, second from left, and returning senior Kyle Casey.
Seniors Brandyn Curry and Kyle Casey have returned to the Crimson after each taking a year off, looking to resume their previous successes.
This offseason, Harvard became the first unanimous pick for the Ivy League title since Cornell’s Sweet Sixteen team in 2009.
Co-captains Maksim Korolev, shown above, and James Leakos have finished either first or second in every race in which they have competed this season.