Robert F Worley
Brandon McLaughlin is one of four Crimson juniors who are expected to lead the team this season. Along with 2011-2012 Ivy League Player of the Year Ali Farag, McLaughlin is one of the team’s returning All-American players. Harvard opens up the 2012-2013 campaign on Friday against BC.
Junior Laurent Rivard, shown here at Crimson Madness, is Harvard’s lone returning starter from last year’s team that won its first outright Ivy League championship. The sharpshooting wing averaged 10.1 points per game a year ago.
After arguably the best season in program history, the Crimson returns to the court under the leadership of co-captain Christian Webster on Friday to face crosstown foe MIT. Harvard will debut a lineup lacking several of last year’s key players, but the squad retains high hopes for the 2012-2013 campaign.
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Captain Danny Biega, one of Harvard’s top scorers in 2011-2012, will lead the Crimson in a campaign to continue last season’s late success.
Freshman forward Oliver White is a key part of the Harvard attack that will have to maintain its intensity in Saturday’s Ivy contest.
Sophomore Shaun Chaudhuri, shown above in earlier action, turned in a dominant performance at the Harvard Halloween Classic held at the Murr Center over the weekend. Chaudhuri won the A flight singles bracket as well as the B flight doubles bracket with classmate Henry Steer.
Freshman forward Jake Freeman, shown above in earlier action, put the Harvard men’s soccer team up 1-0 with a goal in the ninth minute off a pass from sophomore Matt Sheeleigh. But the Big Green answered with three straight goals to claim a 3-1 victory.
The doubles team consisting of freshman Nicky Hu and co-captain Andy Nguyen, shown above in earlier play, along with sophomore singles player Denis Nguyen provided bright spots for the men’s tennis team this weekend, reaching the quarterfinals in their respective divisions.
Seniors Alex Fallstrom (left) and Marshall Everson (right) were part of the nation’s most efficient power play during the 2011-12 season. With the departure of leading scorer and All-American Alex Killorn ’12, much of the scoring burden will fall to the pair, captain Danny Biega, and a group of highly-touted underclassmen.
Freshmen (left to right) Kyle Criscuolo, Greg Gozzo, Jimmy Vesey, and Brian Hart lead a rookie class that was rated as the best in the ECAC by College Hockey News.
The Harvard men’s hockey team returns many of its top weapons—including captain and first-team All-American Danny Biega—from a Crimson team that came within one win of a conference championship a season ago.