A total of 15 Harvard student-athletes qualified for the NCAA Eastern Preliminary Meet for track and field. After three days of competition, four athletes in five events will advance to the National Outdoor Championships.
Competing in the indoor pentathlon and the outdoor heptathlon, Hughes must juggle sprints, hurdles, jumps, and throws. And throughout the season, she has mastered them all quite well.
Sophomore sprinter Gabby Thomas broke records left and right during the indoor and outdoor track seasons.
Gabby Thomas' stellar performance helped to push the women's track and field to reclaim its fourth consecutive Outdoor Ivy League Title, while the men's track and field team took fourth place.
Next weekend marks the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, arguably the most important meet of the year.
Doing just as well on the West Coast as they tend to do on the east, Harvard's sprinters had a standout weekend. The women's 4x100 team finished in 44.87 seconds, the second-fastest time in conference history.
The women's golf team took second at the Ivy League Tournament in Orlando. The finish broke up a string of five straight Ivy championships for the squad.
After teaming up seven days ago to defeat Oxford and Cambridge, the Harvard and Yale track teams were rivals once again for the 115th rendition of their annual dual meet on Saturday.
On March 31 at the Florida Relays, the sophomore ran a 200-meter dash in 22.60 seconds, tied for the fastest outdoor time in 2017.
The only thing better than one champion is two, just ask the Harvard women’s golf team. In their second invitational of the spring season, the team picked up their second consecutive individual gold medal. Well actually, they picked up their second and third. Sophomores Anna Zhou and Michelle Xie tied each other for the Naval Academy’s Golf Invitational gold medal.
In May of 1899, the Presidents of Oxford and Cambridge Universities in England formally challenged the Harvard and Yale track teams to a meet. 12 consecutive losses to their American rivals and over a century later, they’re probably wishing they hadn’t.
Entering its second tournament of the spring season, the Harvard women’s golf team traveled down to Osprey, Fla. to participate in the Ivy-heavy Harvard Invitational. Hosted by the team on the 72-par, three round Heron Course at the Oaks Club, the tournament took place over the course of Saturday and Sunday.
For the second straight weekend, members of the Harvard Track and Field team traveled down to Florida for an outdoor meet. This time, they left with a new record in the 100-meter dash, as sophomore Gabby Thomas clocked the fastest collegiate time at the meet.
Traveling to the Hurricane Collegiate Invitational on Saturday, the Harvard track and field team traded Boston’s gloomy weather for some Florida sunshine, and, along the way, some old personal records for some new ones as well.
For the Harvard track and field team, there’s no such thing as spring break. Only five days after the NCAA Indoor Championships earlier in the week, the teams were back at it again with two meets commencing the start of the outdoor season.