Competitors and supporters alike gather in a parking lot, flanked by racing shells used for the Head of the Charles regatta. The annual two-day event featured participants ranging from collegiate teams to Olympic medalists.
Spectators gathered at the Cambridge Boat Club to watch the Head of the Charles Regatta Sunday morning. This was the 46th year of the race.
Senior quarterback Joe Viviano was absent from last week's game against Holy Cross, leaving sophomore quarterback Tommy Stewart to his first career start. The team had less than 300 yards on offense for the first time all season against the Crusaders, but looks to bounce back against Princeton.
Offensive linesmen senior Kyle Adams and junior Larry Allen prepare to snap the ball during Harvard’s game against Cornell on October 8. The team will need to get back its offensive rhythm to match Princeton’s high-octane offense, as well as stay diligent on defense, in order to leave Princeton, N.J. with a win.
Harvard fell for the first time to a non-conference opponent since 2011, falling to Holy Cross 27-17.
Sophomore wide receiver Brian Dunlap (18), senior wide receiver Joseph Foster (12), and junior quarterback Jake Forte (5) take in some of Harvard's 31-17 win over Georgetown.
This Saturday the Harvard football team visits Holy Cross, seeking to start the 2016 season 5-0.
In his first every collegiate start, sophomore quarterback Tom Stewart could not lead the Crimson to victory. Doomed by three turnovers, Harvard lost its first game of 2016.
The Harvard football team's offense gets to the line during the team's clash with Cornell.
The Big Red ground game was held to a measly 80 yards against the Crimson on Saturday.
With the Crusaders on the docket this weekend, the Crimson looks to extend its win streak to five games this season.
Facing a previously undefeated Cornell squad, senior quarterback Joe Viviano threw for 229 yards and added another 57 on the ground. Harvard has yet to lose after four games.
Harvard football rolls into Saturday’s home showdown with Cornell following a 31-17 victory over Georgetown. Senior quarterback Joe vivano and the Crimson will square off with a Big Red team that is off to its beat start since 2008. Saturday’s contest will mark the team’s only home game in October this season.
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