Magic of Numbers: Worldwide Sports

Published by Cameron Dowd on April 08, 2011 at 10:11PM

Each Thursday, The Crimson will compile a series of unique statistics about Harvard's sports scene. Welcome to the Magic of Numbers—without the problem sets. We'll do the math for you.


178: The number of strikeouts for junior pitcher Rachel Brown in 103 1/3 innings this year.

3: The number of goals for freshman lacrosse player Daniel Eipp in a 12-11 Harvard loss to Albany.

128: The number of digs junior volleyball player Dan Schreff has recorded on the season.

9: The number of varsity lightweight rowers from Massachusetts.

26: The number of goals scored by sophomore lacrosse Jennifer VanderMeulen in eight games this season.

20: The number of road losses for the Harvard baseball team in 23 away games this year.

33: The number of points scored by lacrosse co-captain Dean Gibbons on the season.

21: The number of freshmen on the women’s sailing team.

36: The number of kills men’s volleyball co-caption Matt Jones had over the past weekend.

11.1: The number of seconds by which the Harvard varsity eight lightweight boat beat Delaware University in its most recent race.

159: Number of kills for freshman volleyball Kyle Rehkemper on the year.

12: The number of girls on the women’s lacrosse team that are five-foot-five and under.

4: Place of finish for the golf team in the Yale Spring Opener.

41: The number of hits for senior softball player Ellen Macadam on the season.

9: The time difference (in hours) between lightweight rower Martin Wallner’s hometown of Berndorf, Austria and coxswain Paul Farber’s hometown of Santa Ana, California.