Co-captains Paige Kouba and Autumne Franklin led the team to its third straight outdoor Heps title and seventh overall Heps crown (indoor and outdoor) in the past four years.
Jimmy Vesey stands behind the Hobey Baker Memorial Award on Friday after becoming the fourth Harvard player in program history to win the award.
After losing to Princeton the previous year, the Crimson crowned itself Ancient Eight champions at the DeNunzio Pool, the Tigers' home pool.
After a historic career with the Crimson, McInally made the transition to punter for the Cincannati Bengals. He would go on to lead the league in average punting yardage and was named to the All-Pro team in 1981
During his senior season McInally caught 108 passes for 1,485 yards and 15 touchdowns– all school records at the time .
Dustin DeNunzio '99 earned All-American honors with the Crimson, making him the first person to do so since 1983.
The 1937 edition of the meet saw the Harvard-Yale squad fall to its British competitors by a 7-5 total score.
Continuing over a century of biannual trans-Atlantic competitions, the Crimson and Bulldogs will suit up as one once again this summer.
Harvard-Yale and Oxford-Cambridge athletes begin a race in one of the more recent transatlantic competitions. The event, which has been planned as a biannual occurrence, has been interrupted a few times such as a decade-long gap from 1911 to 1921 due to the tensions around World War II.
Ever since the late 19th century, the Harvard and Yale track and field teams have suited up as one squad to challenge foes from across the Atlantic—the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Above is the Harvard-Yale squad from the 1911 rendition of the meet.
The 1968 Harvard football squad (bottom right) entered The Game undefeated, 8-0. The 29-29 tie gave the Crimson a share of the Ivy League title that year.
The 1994 Harvard football team. DePodesta is #17.