Two fans of the Crimson’s cross country team revel in Harvard’s victorious outing this weekend. The squad opened up the season with impressive wins over Yale in Boston’s Franklin Park.
With seniors James Leakos (second from left) and Maksim Korolev (second from right) leading the way, the Harvard men’s cross country team swept the top five spots for a perfect score of 15 against Yale on Saturday.
The Harvard men’s soccer team dominated possession on Sunday against Lafayette but was unable to find the back of the net, tying the Leopards 0-0 after two overtime periods at Soldiers’ Field Soccer Stadium. The Crimson is still winless on the season at 0-3-1.
Dancers perform with Empire of the Sun at House of Blues on Saturday.
Empire of the Sun, an Australian electronic music duo from Sydney, engages the high-energy crowd at House of Blues on Saturday.
The Harvard field hockey team hoped for a turnaround in 2013. But after a 3-0 loss at No. 14 UMass Friday night and a 2-1 defeat in the home opener against Bryant Sunday, the Crimson is 0-2. Harvard had not gone winless in its opening weekend since 2006.
Despite having the majority of possession, Davidson trailed Harvard men’s soccer, 1-0, in the second half Sunday. But two late goals gave the Wildcats a 2-1 victory and dropped the Crimson to 0-2.
Iona spoiled the Harvard soccer team's season opener, 3-0, Friday. The Gaels scored twice in two minutes late in the second half to put the match away.