Robert F Worley
Freshman Ethan Ferreira, shown above in the Harvard baseball team’s doubleheader against Columbia on Saturday, went a combined 2-for-13 in the Crimson’s two-game set against Penn on Sunday. The Quakers took both contests in the doubleheader, dropping Harvard’s league record to 2-6 and the team’s overall mark to 5-22.
Freshman Ethan Ferreira, shown here in the Harvard baseball team’s doubleheader against Columbia on Saturday, went a combined 1-for-8 in the Crimson’s two-game set against Penn on Sunday. The Quakers took both contests in the doubleheader, dropping Harvard’s league record to 2-6 and the team’s overall mark to 5-22.
Junior outfielder J.T. Tomes makes the catch in the Harvard baseball team's Saturday doubleheader against Columbia. The Crimson took game one, only Harvard's fifth win of the season, before falling to the Lions in the second contest.
Junior Zack Olson fires toward home in the Harvard baseball team's 6-2 victory over Columbia on Saturday afternoon. Olson was credited with the save, his second of the season. Though the Crimson took the first game of the doubleheader, Harvard couldn't manage the sweep and fell in game two, 10-1.
Freshman Mike Martin goes for the diving catch in the Harvard baseball team's Saturday doubleheader against Columbia at O'Donnell Field. The Crimson split the two-game set against the Lions before falling to Penn in both games of a Sunday doubleheader.
Sophomore attackman Dan Eipp, pictured above, the Crimson’s second leading scorer, may need to have a big performance if Harvard hopes to top No. 5 Cornell. The Cornell defense, ranked eighth in the country, will look to shut down senior attackman Jeff Cohen.
Junior attackman Jeff Cohen posted a career-high seven goals on Saturday afternoon during the Harvard men’s lacrosse team’s 11-7 win over Michigan. Cohen has been on a tear of late, scoring a combined 23 goals in the Crimson’s past five games, giving him a team-best 36 on the year.
In this February 24, 2012 Crimson file photo, head coach Tommy Amaker walks on court after a 67-64 win against Princeton at Harvard's Lavietes Pavilion.
Co-captain Valentin Staller came second at the NCAA Fencing Championships last weekend, closing out his Crimson career with All-American honors. The senior will look to continue fencing at the US National Championships in April with hopes of competing on the international level.
Senior attackman Jeff Cohen, shown here in previous action, scored five goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to help Harvard beat Brown, 10-9, en route to capturing its first win in league play. With 23 goals on the season, Cohen now ranks among the top three scorers in the country.
Christo Schultz, shown here in earlier action, and the rest of the Harvard men’s tennis team took down a trio of California opponents in UC Irvine, San Diego State, and the University of San Diego to capture the Hilton Mission Valley Spring Classic. The Crimson clinched the title by beating the latter two teams in almost 10 hours of tennis last Friday.
Senior attackman Jeff Cohen, shown here in earlier action, scored five goals in the Harvard men's lacrosse team's 11-8 loss to Duke on Monday night.
Sophomore Alexandra Kiefer (right), shown above in earlier action, finished in second in the foil at this weekend's NCAA Northeast Regional Championships.
Junior forward Luke Grenier, shown here in earlier action, scored the Harvard men's hockey team's only goal against Yale on Friday night. The Crimson lost, 2-1, in overtime.