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The Year in Pictures

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(Clockwise, starting in the upper left) It was a banner year for Harvard sports, with 10 Ivy League titles to its credit. But one of those crowns once again did not come in men's basketball, which is still chasing its elusive first title. Here, RON MITCHEll slams home one of the surer two points of the year in an early-season loss to Dartmouth at Briggs Cage. The year was just as disappointing for DEREK MILLS and the men's soccer team, which stumbled through a 4-3 Ivy season. The women's soccer team, on the other hand, come within four overtime minutes and one goal of its first-ever Ivy title behind strong goaltending by junior BETH REILLY, who skies for a save against Cornell. KATIE ORENSTEIN and the women's swimming team, looking ahead to defending its Eastern title, got upset by Princeton at Blodgett in February. The Crimson also would drop Easterns to Penn State. Freshman ERIKA ELMUTS shows off her backhand during the Crimson's eighth consecutive Ivy-title winning season. Harvard linebacker CRAIG PECK shows this Brown wide receiver how to tackle "between the numbers" on this pass in the football team's 27-14 win over the Bruins. The victory was career win number-100 for Harvard Coach Joe Restic. Sophomore TODD FORMAN and the baseball team finished in the middle of the EIBL pack again this year, sporting a 9-9 league record. DAVID KRAMER was one of the nation's leading scorers this season, leading the men's lacrosse team to the NCAA quarterfinals. It's BETH REILLY again, this time in the spring, sliding safely into home for one of the few runs for the 6-31 Crimson. Finally, center MIKE BERUCCIO discovered that life is not all roses in the trenches, especially when the Crimson was 1-4. But a late-season resurgence and a 37-20 win over Yale in The Game took away a lot of headaches.

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