Men's Crew


Harvard Crew competes well in 55th Head of the Charles Regatta

Thousands of spectators line the banks of the Charles River as boats pass by the Anderson Memorial Bridge in the Head of the Charles Regatta


Dean's List

Dean is currently taking a leave of absence to prepare for a bid to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. He is training in Oakland, Calif and looks forward to returning for his sophomore year.


The Preview

For the Harvard and Radcliffe crew teams, the biggest test of this year’s fall season will be the first test of the season — and it will take place in front of several thousand spectators on the Crimson’s home river.


The Preparation

For the Harvard crew teams and fans around the world, the most wonderful time of year is approaching: the highly-anticipated Head of the Charles Regatta. It takes place every year in Cambridge in mid-October, and all four Crimson teams, women’s and men’s lightweight and heavyweight, will be racing.


The Olympian-to-Be?

There was not a sudden moment when Harvard heavyweight rower Clark Dean realized he could be something special — not a single race to point to, nor a random late-night realization. His potential was always growing, and this became incrementally clearer every time his efforts were tested.


The Hardware

At the Head of the Charles, twenty different trophies are up for grabs. This weekend, everyone from high school racers to veteran scullers will vie for one of the regatta’s prestigious pieces of hardware. Each one showcases a different person, city, or sponsor that helped shape the Head of the Charles into the premier two-day rowing spectacle that it is today.


Wishing You Crom-Well

The Sy Cromwell trophy is awarded to the winner of the men’s championship doubles.


At the Feather

Harvard Crew looks to start the season strong on the Charles River.


Harvard's Crew Teams Heat Up As Postseason Races Near

Over the past two weeks, all four of the Crimson’s crews took to the water to partake in tenacious battles of physical exertion and mental fortitude. Through high tides and low tides, all displayed a competitiveness indicative of the immense training that has propelled them to the solid teams they are today. With the large regattas of the postseason looming near, the warmer weather signals the heating up of this spring’s competition.


Men's and Women's Crew Start Off Spring with Strong Performances

The Crimson dominated both the No. 12 Big Red as well as No. 15 George Washington, taking all four races, including a solid finish in the first varsity eight.


Back to River Running: Spring Crew Preview

As the ice of the River Charles thaws and recedes, the Harvard crew programs look to rejuvenate the waters with intensive competition and spirited drive. On the heels of competitive seasons last year, each team looks to embark on an even more successful campaign this spring.


Three's Company

Harvard Crew puts in their 10,000 hours of practice in their quest for perfection.


Crew Heads to the Charles for 54th Regatta

As midterm exams come to a close, Harvard crew underwent its first test of the year. Over the course of last weekend, the Crimson participated in numerous races at the Head of the Charles Regatta, including the men’s club eights and lightweight fours, which both managed to secure the best times in their respective races.


Walk This Way: Harvard Crew's Walk-ons

It is difficult to walk on to most collegiate sports teams, but crew is one exception. With the contributions of a legion of walk-on members, Harvard's rowing program strengthens both its performances on the course and the community within its ranks.


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