Speaking at a panel in the Science Center on Tuesday about careers in sports management, former Crimson pitcher William “Ben” Crockett ’02 paused for a long moment before answering a question about his days working as a front office intern with the Boston Red Sox.
Following their first loss of the season, the No. 3 Harvard men’s squash team was able to rebound at the Pioneer Round Robin Tournament in Amherst and take down the No. 13 University of Western Ontario and No. 23 Amherst College on Saturday.
With the spring semester already having begun at Dartmouth but around the corner for the rest of the Ancient Eight, The Crimson takes a look at the fall semester for each athletic program. Last, and almost definitely least, the Yale Bulldogs.