Freshman forward Jake Horton (above-left) is one of many Crimson skaters who played in the junior leagues before arriving in Cambridge. The practice allowed them to gain experience competing at a high level prior to collegiate play.
Former Crimson football player Kyle Juszczyk '13 has established himself in the NFL, playing fullback for the Baltimore Ravens.
Staying on the Harvard campus affords athletes the opportunity to pursue normally restricted academic endeavors while training in the Crimson facilities.
Senior netminder Emerance Maschmeyer looks to stop the dangerous Huskies attack.
Senior Kyle Juszczyk was drafted in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens with the 130th overall pick.
Freshman forward Seb Lloyd played in 34 of the Crimson's games this season, amassing seven points for the team.
The accomplishments for this year's squad included the Beanpot title, the Ivy League title, an ECAC regular and postseason title, its first Final Four appearance since 2008, and an appearance in the National Championship game.
Sophomore Corrine Bain led the Crimson to its first Ancient Eight title since 2004 and was an unanimous first team All-Ivy League selection.
Baseball's co-captain Ethan Ferreira had a breakout offensive season for the Crimson, leading the team in games played and batting average.
Throughout her career at Harvard, Sobhy went undefeated, dropping a total of two sets in the span of four years.
In her time with the Crimson, senior Amanda Sobhy helped lead the Harvard squad to three national titles and two Ancient Eight crowns.
Senior Amanda Sobhy concluded her career with her fourth-straight CSA individual national championships, becoming only the second women's squash player to do so.
The Crimson women's ice hockey team looks to claw its way to the top of the ECAC standings, starting this weekend against Princeton and Quinnipiac.
Steve Michalek stopped 63 shots that headed his way against Boston University in the opening round of the Beanpot, setting a Harvard and Beanpot record.