Robert F Worley
Next year, the Harvard Women's Hockey Team will return to the ice without Coach Katey Stone. In 19 years as the Crimson's head coach, Stone has notched 402 Division I wins, six ECAC championships, and a national championship.
Wesley Saunders (18 points against the Eagles in 2012) will play Boston College at home next year.
Boston Police Department Commissioner Edward Davis embraces Jamie Bergstein, Admissions Coordinator at the Kennedy School of Government. Ms. Bergstein ran in the Boston Marathon last week and thanked the commissioner for the department's work in the aftermath.
Kurt N. Schwartz, Director of the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, discusses the initial response to last week's bombings and the decision to lock down Boston on Friday morning.
Boston Police Department Commissioner Edward Davis embraces Jamie Bergstein, Admissions Coordinator at the Kennedy School of Government. Ms. Bergstein ran in the Boston Marathon last week and thanked the commissioner for the department's work in the aftermath of last week's events.
Freshman Amanda Lin was victorious at the No. 1 doubles spot with partner co-captain Hideko Tachibana as well as at No. 6 singles.
Freshman Haley Davis, shown above in previous action, had a team-high two RBIs in the Harvard softball team’s 6-2 win over Brown. Davis went hitless in game two though, as the Crimson failed to sweep the Bears Sunday, falling, 5-4. Brown posted four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, including the game-winning tally, which came across on a wild pitch.
Freshman pitcher Morgan Groom was one out away from a no-hitter on Saturday at Brown. The rookie had a no-hit shutout going through six and two-thirds innings when Bears’ pinch hitter Jamie Pospishil singled to left before the Harvard defense threw out the lead runner to end the game.
The Harvard men's lacrosse team, pictured in earlier action, suffered a defeat at the hands of Duke on Saturday.
Co-captain Andy Nguyen has been dominant for Harvard in the No. 4 singles slot, registering a 12-2 record on the year. The senior will need to continue his strong form if the Crimson hopes to keep its pristine record.
Congressman Ed Markey speaks to students on Friday about healthcare, the environment, and other issues for his campaign for United States Senate.