In the Zone A Championships, Mosca competed in both the three-meter and one-meter events. He placed well enough to move on to the NCAA Championships in both events.
The Crimson capped off a four-game win streak in its final game of the season Saturday night as Harvard defeated Brown by a score of 76-69.
One could say that without co-captain Erin McDonnell, the Harvard women’s basketball team could be walking away from this past weekend with very different results.
After returning from a four-game road trip in which the team went 1-3, Harvard defeated the Big Red by a score of 60-54 on Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion
Senior Mike Mosca's sweep in the one and three meter dives helped the Crimson place second at the Ivy League Championships.
A late three from senior Erin McDonnell helped the Crimson put away Columbia in an 82-81 victory on Senior Night.
While a basketball game is 40 minutes long, the Harvard women’s basketball team have set the tempo for the outcome of its games in the first few.
For the second consecutive game, the Harvard women’s basketball game came down to the last minute, and for the second time, the Crimson was on the losing end of a neck-and-neck battle with an Ivy League foe.
The class of 2015 is going out with a splash. The Harvard men’s swim and dive team (9-0, 7-0 Ivy) finished off the dual meet season with a sweep of Yale (7-2, 4-2) and Princeton (7-3, 5-1) in the annual HYP meet this weekend.
The Crimson's last minute comeback bid came up short against Penn Saturday, but as the first half came to a close, senior forward Temi Fagbenle sunk a free throw to become the 19th player in Crimson history to score 1,000 points.
The Harvard men's swimming and diving team (7-0, 5-0 Ivy) continued its undefeated start to the season by defeating Ivy League rivals Brown and Penn in Providence.
The 2014 season was full of major accomplishments for the Crimson. But this year, with an abundance of new faces, Harvard looks to do something it could not do last season—return to the EIVA finals.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team has started 2015 the same way it ended 2014. With a win.
Just 2.2 seconds separated the Harvard women’s basketball team from a tough two-point loss and a chance to complete its second-half comeback in overtime, but the clock ran out on its chance at victory.
Harvard diver Mike Mosca finished fifth in the three-meter synchronized dive alongside UNC sophomore Jack Nyquist at the U.S. Diving Winter National Championships this Sunday in Columbus, Ohio.