Harvard Head Football Coach Tim Murphy says he helps connect roughly two players a year with prep schools that will help them develop academically and athletically.
Zack Hodges ‘15 took a post-graduate year at Phillips Exeter Academy. He was helped by football coach Tim Murphy, who helps connect roughly two players a year with prep schools so they can develop academically and athletically.
Although wide receiver Ricky Zorn ‘14 has not seen the field after getting injured again, he appreciates leaving for a semester instead of experiencing his senior spring on campus.
The Smith brothers always knew they wanted to play football. Now, for the first time, they are able to do so together.
Junior running back Paul Stanton carries the ball during last year's win in New Haven. This year, Stanton and the Crimson look to achieve a perfect 10-0 season.
The Harvard football team is one win away from an undefeated season and sole possession of the Ivy League title.
Wesley Saunders—seen here in the post-game press conference following the Crimson's upset over Cincinnati in the second round of the 2014 NCAA tournament—was named to the Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 list.
Senior wing Wesley Saunders had 24 points and 12 rebounds on the night against Holy Cross.
Seen here in previous action, junior point guard Siyani Chamber went 5-of-10 from the field against Grand Canyon in the Crimson's 72-59 win.
Fifteen points from junior co-captain Siyani Chambers helped Harvard pull away from MIT by the end of the first half.
Harvard's defense has not given up more than a touchdown since week two.
Co-captain Steve Moundou-Missi and company will get things started in Friday night's opener against MIT at Lavietes.
Sophomore Corbin Miller is back on the Crimson roster and ready to help his team by doing what he does best: shooting the ball from beyond the arc.
With the graduation of four seniors last May, the Harvard women’s basketball team will look to its quartet of rookies to have an immediate impact down low and on defense.
As the men’s basketball team fights for its fifth consecutive Ivy League title, it is focused on maintaining internal standards, not living up to the expectations surrounding the program.