The women's lightweight crew team has a new leader at the helm in Sarah Schwegman. Schwegman most recently coached for the Riverside Boat Club and The Winsor School.
Senior running back Paul Stanton has been a fixture in the Harvard backfield since his sophomore year, when he took over the starting job from graduated senior Treavor Scales ’13.
Wide receiver Seitu Smith, shown in action against Cornell last year, and the rest of the Crimson offense will look to remain on track against the Big Red Saturday.
Four-star guard Bryce Aiken and three-star center Henry Welsh are the newest members of men's basketball coach Tommy Amaker's highly touted 2016 recruiting class.
Junior Corie Bain has been one of Harvard’s most effective players since her freshman year. So far this year, she leads the team in assists while ranking second in both kills and digs.
Senior running back Paul Stanton, pictured the last time Harvard played Brown at home in 2013, entered Saturday with three touchdowns in his career against the Bears.
Senior wide receiver Andrew Fischer hauled in the final score of Harvard's undefeated 2014 season last November against Yale.
Senior running back Paul Stanton has rushed for over 900 yards in each of the last two seasons.
Running back Paul Stanton scored two touchdowns on September 28, 2013, when Brown last played at Harvard Stadium. The senior will be a focal point of the Crimson’s offense as the team opens its bid for a third straight Ivy League title against the Bears on Saturday.
Senior wide receiver Andrew Fischer (1) and the Harvard football team, pictured during their tilt with Yale last November, kick off their 2015 campaign today in Rhode Island.
University President Drew G. Faust, pictured here during an interview in December 2014, has commented on the handling of several matters regarding Final Clubs.
Junior forward Midge Purce, pictured in action against Penn in 2013, recorded the lone goal of the weekend for the Crimson.
At Bowdoin, the women's rugby team will get its first taste of competition in 2015. The team will look to young talent and freshman recruits to fill in the gaps left by last year's graduating seniors.
Senior point guard Siyani Chambers will miss the 2015-2016 season after tearing his ACL during summer workouts.
Four members of the Crimson also earned individual distinctions from the NABC, including senior Agunwa Okolie.