The Crimson defense, susceptible at times last year to the big play, will be increasingly relied upon throughout its conference schedule. And much of that burden will rest up front with the defensive line—and especially with Hodges.
“There’s no question it’s different,” Crimson coach Tim Murphy said.
In a weekly Back Page series, two of The Crimson's football beat writers give their take on the Harvard football team. The team has its eyes set on their home opener against Brown this Saturday night.
In a new series, The Crimson will look each weekend at the five best quotes of the week, providing context for the five best moments from the past seven days in Crimson sports.
Although the Crimson received five first-place votes in the annual media poll released Tuesday, its 121 points were not enough to push it over top-ranked Penn.
Season at a glance.
Down two runs entering the bottom of the ninth, Harvard scored three times on wild pitches to walk off. The two teams combined for 38 hits and nine errors.
Sophomore outfielder Brandon Kregel rebounded from a wrist injury his freshman year to become the Crimson's leading contributor at the plate.
After trailing 34-10 with 13 minutes left, the Tigers stunned Harvard with 29 straight points to pull off a 4th quarter comeback. The loss was the first of the season for the Crimson.
Price doubles goal total in breakout sophomore season.
Zach Hodges earns Breakout Player of the Year Runner-Up honors.
The starting quarterback position remains up for grabs, and the two have competed for the job and will continue to do so throughout the summer.
Don’t judge this year’s Harvard baseball team by its record.
The following is live play-by-play from the Harvard baseball team's April 29 game against Boston College at Fenway Park. The ...
The Harvard baseball team ended its 2013 season with its annual Beanpot contest. Some Red Sox players, shown above, made a brief appearance in right field during the game.