The Harvard women's volleyball team had no trouble on its New York road trip, going 2-0 this weekend.
Senior defensive end Zack Hodges notched 2 sacks against Cornell to move him into sole possession of the Harvard record.
Senior running back Andrew Casten enters the end zone for the game's final touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Harvard rattled off 24 points in the second half to defeat visiting Cornell.
Even with offensive stars on the sidelines, the Crimson should make quick work against a team of questionable Ivy credentials at Harvard Stadium this Saturday. Running back Andrew Casten (center) will look to build on last week’s performance at Georgetown, where the senior ran for four touchdowns.
After an injury sidelined senior starter Conner Hempel, junior quarterback Scott Hosch (3) has proven to be a worthy replacement.
Sophomore setter Cori Bain and company will look to bounce back from a loss to Brown when the squad takes on Columbia and Cornell this weekend
With the depleted offense, a number of players have had to step up for Harvard, including senior fullback Andrew Casten. Casten has taken the majority of the rushing load, running for four scores against Georgetown.
Sophomore forward Midge Purce, shown above in earlier action, sent a cross into the box in the 94th minute to give the Crimson a chance to win it, but the game ended in a scoreless draw.
With starting running back Paul Stanton out, senior running back Andrew Casten carried the bulk of the rushing in the nation's capital. Casten notched 139 yards and four scores.
Junior quarterback Scotty Hosch (#3) hands off to senior running back Andrew Casten. Both players turned in strong performances in dominating Georgetown, 34-3.
Co-captain middle blocker Caroline Walters rises up for a serve. The Harvard women's volleyball team looks to upset Yale for the second straight year on Friday.
Members of Divest Harvard, including Brett A. Roche '15, far right, who was arrested during a protest two days prior, returned to Massachusetts Hall on May 2, 2014 to renew their call for an open meeting with the Harvard Corporation.
Junior wideout Andrew Fischer had a career day against Brown, catching 12 passes for 115 yards and a score.