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Horton Hears a Horn
Men's Ice Hockey

Horton Hears a Horn

Tri-captain Jake Horton tenses before the puck drops in the Crimson's season opener against Dartmouth.

Whisper Words of Wisdom
Men's Ice Hockey

Whisper Words of Wisdom

Freshman blue-liner Reilly Walsh leans in for some upperclassman advice from junior Ryan Donato. Harvard's success this season hinges, at least partially, on the rookies' ability to absorb all the knowledge that the older leaders impart.

Keep the Goals Comin'
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Keep the Goals Comin'

The Crimson hopes to be celebrating just this like all season. While on the road, Harvard will rely on its dynamic offensive talent, headed by junior Ryan Donato (#16), to carry its scoring in hostile away rinks.

Down the Line
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Down the Line

Harvard will savor its final pair of games at home before hitting the road for nine straight. The Bright-Landry Hockey Center was kind to the Crimson last year, as the senior-led squad boasted a 13-0-2 record there.

Young Blood
Men's Ice Hockey

Young Blood

The faces of the future. The class of 2021 will be counted on to replace the impact of last year's senior class.

Pic Me
Women's Ice Hockey

Pic Me

Former Harvard captain Michelle Picard '15-'16 will anchor the Metropolitan Riveters' blueline in her sophomore NWHL season.

D'O goes Pro
Women's Ice Hockey

D'O goes Pro

Miye D'Oench, after leading the team in scoring her senior year, joined the NWHL's Metropolitan Riveters last year.

Lew for Two
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Lew for Two

Sophomore forward Chris Lewis will anchor the Crimson frontcourt this season, alongside fellow second-years Henry Welsh, Robert Baker, and captain Chris Egi.

Taking Him to Towns
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Taking Him to Towns

The talented sophomore class is spearheaded by offensive weapons Bryce Aiken and Seth Towns (pictured above), the two leading returning scorers for the Crimson.

Ballin' Out
Women's Basketball

Ballin' Out

Junior guard Nani Redford makes up a growing upperclassman core for the Harvard women's basketball team.

Towering Above
Women's Basketball

Towering Above

Freshman forward Maddie Stuhlreyer is now Harvard's tallest player, standing at 6'5".

Swedish Swish
Women's Basketball

Swedish Swish

Freshman guard Matilda Salen, hailing from Bromma, Sweden, looks to bolster the Crimson's backcourt.

Gang Green
Women's Ice Hockey

Gang Green

Harvard will look to avoid the Ivy League swarm this season as it seeks redemption after a poor showing last year.

Face to Face
Women's Ice Hockey

Face to Face

Harvard has started off with two conference wins against Dartmouth and Princeton and will look to continue its hot league play next weekend against Brown and Yale.

Northern Lands
Men's Basketball

Northern Lands

Djuricic goes up for the slam at this year's Crimson Madness. The freshman is one of three Canadian players on Amaker's roster.

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