Harvard captain Dan Ford and the men’s hockey team shutout Bentley in the Crimson’s season opener on Saturday for a 3-0 win. Harvard, which is predicted to finish fifth in the ECAC, starts conference play on Tuesday night on the road against media-favorite Rensselaer.
For the first time since 1993, the Crimson will have a new skipper. Maura Crowell will bring 10 years of coaching experience to the table for Harvard as Katey Stone coaches Team USA.
Junior captain Marissa Gedman missed last year with a torn Achilles' tendon. Now, she's back.
With Laura Bellamy '13 behind the bench as a coach, it is now up to sophomore Emerance Maschmeyer to protect the net.
After coming in with high expectations last year, the Class of 2016 looks to live up to those expectations this season as it takes control of a young Harvard squad.
Harvard racers in their traditional racing garbs.
Boston mayor Thomas M. Menino received an honorary degree from Harvard in May 2013.
The Radcliffe women's heavyweight Championship Eight finished seventh in the Head of the Charles Regatta this weekend. The lightweight Championship Eight finished second in its competition.
Kyle Casey's first dunk, a powerful windmill, was good enough for second place and a spot in the final round.
Junior forward Kenyatta Smith swats away a shot attempt by Saunders. After seizing the starting center position at the end of last season, Smith's development will be crucial to Harvard's success.
Agunwa Okolie earned the top score in the first round and managed to outlast Casey in the final round to earn the dunk crown despite failing to convert this spectacular through-the-legs attempt.
After leaping over junior guard Matt Brown on his previous attempt, Casey's final dunk was a two-handed slam over 6'10" sophomore Mike Hall.
Returning to action at Lavietes Pavilion for the first time since the 2011-12 season, captain Brandyn Curry is defended by Siyani Chambers, with whom he will share point guard duties this year.
Highly touted freshman Zena Edosomwan, defended here by Mike Hall, made an impressive debut for the Crimson, totaling a team-high 16 points and displaying an array of low-post moves.