Freshman defensive back Tim Haehl recorded an interception in his first appearance with the Crimson this season.
Harvard will rest injured senior quarterback Conner Hempel in favor of junior Scott Hosch (3) against the lowly Columbia Lions on Saturday.
With the fall term wrapping up, Harvard student athletes, including women's soccer sophomore forward Midge Purce, take to Twitter to express their thoughts
On Monday, ESPN ranked junior co-captain Siyani Chambers as the 34th best college basketball player in the nation.
The men's and women's cross country teams competed at the 2014 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships this past weekend, placing fifth and seventh, respectively.
The women's volleyball team, shown here in earlier action, swept Yale and recorded a 3-1 victory over Brown to continue a seven-game undefeated streak.
Senior wing Wesley Saunders can add another title to his list of accomplishments, having been named to the top 50 players in the nation by ESPN's #CBBrank.
The Harvard men's soccer team likely wrapped up its season with a win over Penn. The squad finished third in the Ivy League.
Junior defensive back Scott Peters, shown above, and the Harvard defense forced three turnovers en route to a 23-12 victory over Dartmouth in Hanover. The Crimson improved its record to 7-0 with three games remaining in the season.
Junior running back Paul Stanton dashed for a career-high 180 yards on the ground against Dartmouth, as the Crimson remained undefeated in Ivy play.
Vesey hopes to break the 20-goal barrier this year and help the Crimson capture its first Beanpot since 1993.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey will skate on the Crimson's top line Saturday with classmate co-captain Kyle Criscuolo and sophomore center Alex Kerfoot.