Sports Award RU
Andy Nguyen wins Comeback Player of the Year Runner-Up by fighting off a hip injury as a senior to go 16-4 on the court.
Facing the no. 8 team in the country, the Harvard men's hockey team comes down from three goals down to win, 6-5.
Female Individual Performance of the Year, Runner-Up: Martina Salander at Indoor NCAA Championships, Women's Track and Field
Salander stars as only freshman at NCAA Indoor Championships.
After trailing 34-10 with 13 minutes left, the Tigers stunned Harvard with 29 straight points to pull off a 4th quarter comeback. The loss was the first of the season for the Crimson.
Down two runs entering the bottom of the ninth, Harvard scored three times on wild pitches to walk off. The two teams combined for 38 hits and nine errors.
The Harvard men's volleyball team secured its first-ever EIVA postseason win with a 3-2 victory over George Mason on April 25.
A two-time All-American selection, Juszczyk was invaluable to the offense as a blocker for the top rushing offense in the Ivy League. But the senior’s role was expanded beyond the traditional tight end position, as Juszczyk became Chapple’s primary target and led the receiving corps.
Following the departures of the entire 2012 backcourt, the Harvard men’s basketball team needed someone to step up. Oliver McNally had graduated, senior Brandyn Curry had taken a leave of absence, and sophomore Corbin Miller had left on a two-year mission for the Church of Latter Day Saints. The only person left in the rotation was 6’6” sophomore wing Wesley Saunders.
“Victoria is maybe at the top of the list of all student-athletes I’ve coached in the 30-odd years I’ve been coaching,”Crimson coach Kathy Delaney-Smith said. “If she’s not the best, she’s one of the best athletes who can handle pressure and who wants the ball in her hands with a chance to win.”