Coach Tim Murphy will look to win Harvard's 16th Ivy League football title during the 2014 season. The Crimson is projected to finish second in the league, as per the conference's preseason media poll.
Junior forwards (R-L) Brian Hart, Jimmy Vesey, Kyle Criscuolo, and Greg Gozzo are poised to anchor the offense of the Harvard men's hockey team in 2014-2015.
Kyle Casey '14, shown above against Columbia this past season, played a combined 28 minutes during two games of the NBA Summer League for the Brooklyn Nets.
Kyle Casey, who averaged .461 from the field in his senior season, will play for the Brooklyn Nets' summer team.
Peyton Johnson will graduate as a two-time co-captain and two-time Ivy League champion. She may be leaving Cambridge, but her legacy of competitive spirit will remain with the team long after she departs.
Co-captain Laurent Rivard sinks a three to put Harvard ahead, 62-60. His second three-pointer of the game four minutes later would tie his own school record for three-pointers made in a season.
After not scoring a point in the first half, junior forward Steve Moundou-Missi had 11 points during Harvard’s second-half run as the lone big man on the floor, finishing with 10 rebounds as well.
Junior wing Wesley Saunders led Harvard with 22 points against the Spartans, including 13 points in the first half. Saunders was named Ivy League Player of the Year the week before the NCAA Tournament.
After hitting multiple late-game shots in the team’s second-round victory over Cincinnati, sophomore point guard Siyani Chambers tallied 10 points, four assists, and four boards against the Spartans in 38 minutes of play.
Vice President for Alumni Affairs and Development Tamara E. Rogers '74 leads Harvard's sizable and influential development arm.
Sheryl K. Sandberg ’91, the chief operating officer of Facebook, discusses her time at Harvard as an undergraduate and gender inequality in the workplace as the 2014 College Class Day speaker.