Thomas, pictured here at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, holds Harvard records in the indoor 60-, 200-, and 300-meter dashes, as well as in the 4x400 relay. The Florence, Mass., native has competed for the podium all outdoor season and even captured the Ivy League's 100-meter record at the Florida Relays.
Behind a six point, 10 rebound, and four block effort from junior Taylor Rooks, the Crimson held off Fairfield at home. The Crimson limited the visiting stags to seven points in the final quarter to take the win.
Shooting guard Christian Juzang made an early case for playing time with a 14 point performance against MIT.
Justin Bassey, #20 above, will battle with classmate Seth Towns and junior Andre Chatfield for playing time.
Henry Welsh, seen collecting a rebound above, provides some size and depth for the Crimson.
The highest ranked recruit to ever commit to the Crimson, Chris Lewis will battle with junior Chris Egi and senior Zena Edomsowan for playing time.
Freshmen point guard Bryce Aiken is one of the Crimson's seven freshmen, who make up the 10th best recruiting class in the country.
The men's basketball team looks to make its return to March Madness thanks to a loaded roster filled with both high-ceiling prospects and seasoned veterans.
Freshman Seth Towns will be a unique asset for the Crimson given his 6'7'' height but ability to spread the floor.
Freshman forward Robert Baker has a chance to crack the starting lineup early in his career with the Crimson.
Harvard alum Olivia Coffey '11 is an alternate on the USA women's heavyweight team, competing in the quadruple sculls.
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