Sophomore Catriona McDonald, pictured above in earlier action, scored with under seven minutes left to break a 0-0 tie and lift the Harvard women's field hockey team to a 1-0 victory over Holy Cross on Saturday.
Co-captain forward and All-Ivy selection Carly Dickson helped the Harvard field hockey team to an 8-9 record, the Crimson’s best mark since 2007. Dickson’s 10 points on the year were second on the team to freshman Noel Painter’s 20.
Harvard coach Tim Murphy, pictured above after a 37-20 victory over Penn clinched the 2011 Ivy League title for the Harvard football team, will be this year's commencement speaker at Springfield College, Murphy's alma mater.
Junior forward Luke Grenier, shown here in earlier action, knocked home a second-period goal to spark a late comeback for the Crimson on Tuesday night. Harvard’s tie with Dartmouth continued a five-game unbeaten streak, en route to a program-record ninth draw of the season.
Senior defensive tackle Josue Ortiz recorded 10 tackles, two sacks, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery in Harvard’s 37-20 win over Penn Saturday. The victory gave the Crimson its first Ivy title since 2008.