This saturday against Yale, twenty-three seniors will suit up in Crimson for the final time in the Harvard careers.
Junior offensive linesman Larry Allen holds back Dartmouth defenders to give junior running back Semar Smith enough room to make a play during the team’s narrow 23-21 win over the Big Green. The past few games have been close wins for the Crimson, and the team will need to step up to shut Penn down.
Though Harvard students might put a lot of meaning on the The Game, this year’s real matchup is taking place this weekend as the Crimson is set to take on Ivy League contender Penn away this weekend. A win in Philadelphia would secure the Crimson’s fourth Ivy League title in a row.
Cornell's in town, and that means a portion of the Bright-Landry Hockey Center is bound to become a sea of red like it did last year, as pictured here.
Sophomore forward Lewis Zerter-Gossage (77) netted his first career hat trick in Harvard's 4-3 win over Cornell Saturday night. Meanwhile, his linemate, Ryan Donato, assisted on all three goals and added one of his own.
Cornell scored three times on the power play Saturday, including here off a tip-in from Trevor Yates. The goal pulled the Big Red to within one (2-1) early in the second period.
Lewis Zerter-Gossage logged three goals as a freshman last season. He matched that in two periods Saturday night.
On Saturday senior quarterback Joe Viviano will face off against a stifling Columbia defense that leads the Ivy League in pass defense.
Men's soccer coach Pieter S. Lehrer pictured during a game against the University of Pennsylvania in 2014.
History Professor Brett Flehinger teaches a class called “American Populisms: Thomas Jefferson to the Tea Party + Trump."
Senior center Alexander Kerfoot recorded a career-high 34 points last season before being named a Harvard co-captain in April.
Junior running back Semar Smith rushed 12 times for 44 yards on Saturday against Dartmouth, one of which went for what would be the game winning touchdown. Despite missing the team’s contest at Holy Cross, the junior has found pay dirt seven times this season, which is tied for second in the Ivy League.
Having played on the first line with current New York Ranger Jimmy Vesey and two-time Harvard co-captain Kyle Criscuolo in prior seasons, co-captain Alex Kerfoot will now be looked upon to lead the new first line for the Crimson alongside sophomores Ryan Donato and Lewis Zerter-Gossage.
Junior running back Semar Smith, shown here in Harvard's 23-21 win over Dartmouth, leads all Harvard backs with seven touchdowns. He had 44 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries on Saturday.