Mark Kelsey

Football

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In the game that decided the Ancient Eight championship, Chapple was sacked six times, the most allowed by the Harvard offensive line all season. Harvard lost to Princeton and Penn and couldn’t repeat its championship bid but ended its season with a win in The Game for the sixth consecutive year.

Baseball

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Tanner Anderson pitched three complete games in 2013. The sophomore also posted 17 RBIs as an everyday second baseman.

Football

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The Ravens’ fourth-round selection of the senior fullback/tight end hybrid was the highest of a Crimson athlete since Isaiah Kacyvenski ’00.

Track and Cross Country

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In April’s dual meet against Yale, sophomore Ann Giebelhaus was part of a Crimson sweep of the first three positions in the high jump. Giebelhaus’ leap over the 1.60-meter beam earned her second place. Classmate Mary Hirst took first place with her leap over the 1.65-meter pole.

Track and Cross Country

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Freshman Martina Salander took fifth place at the NCAA Track and Field Championships, competing in the penthalon.

Football

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Colton Chapple

On Campus

Year in Photos - Breaking News

Aftermath
Year in Photos

Year in Photos - Boston Marathon Bombing

Erika Veidas Ceremony
Track and Cross Country

Erika Veidas Ceremony

Sophomore Erika Veidis leads the Crimson into this weekend's Outdoor Heptagonal Championships.

Soaring
Football

Soaring

Senior Kyle Juszczyk, above, was drafted in the fourth round of the NFL Draft by the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens with the 130th overall pick.

JUICY
Football

JUICY

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.

Op-Eds

Reflections on the Boston Bombings and Manhunt

When I first learned that the suspects of the Boston Marathon bombings were young, white men, I was secretly happy. With images of bearded, dark-skinned Arab men often associated with terrorism, the captured paler faces were a breath of fresh air amid a very tense week.

Football

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Pro prospect Kyle Juszczyk would likely be happy to see his first years in the NFL play out like James Casey's have.

Bulldog
Baseball

Bulldog

Sophomore pitcher Tanner Anderson went 10 innings on the mound for the Harvard baseball team in the first game of the Crimson’s Sunday doubleheader against Brown, earning the win after giving up six hits and no earned runs on 138 pitches in a 4-2 victory. In the second game of the twinbill, Anderson played second base as Harvard fell, 4-2 , when a ninth-inning rally came up short.

A Round of Applause
Crime

A Round of Applause

An onlooker applauds as police units withdraw from the scene of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's capture in Watertown friday evening. Neighborhood residents lined Mt. Auburn St. to recognize emergency officials as they left the scene.

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover
Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

Dictionary
Columns

Ban the Bossy Ban Bossy