Harvard baseball captain Matt Vance, shown here in earlier action, provided all of the Crimson’s offensive firepower in yesterday’s 4-3 loss to Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass. Vance slugged two homers and drove in all three of Harvard’s runs, but the rest
Junior goalkeeper Joe Pike, shown here in earlier action, had a monster week during his team’s three-game road trip. Last Tuesday he posted a season-high 14 saves against Duke—10 in the first half alone—before posting a career-high 17 saves against Denv
Sophomore Dan Zailskas, shown here in earlier action, was double trouble for opponents last week with a three-hit performance against San Diego and a seven-inning pitching gem against San Diego State.
Senior safety Doug Hewlett helped the Crimson remain undefeated in Ivy League play as he grabbed three interceptions—a feat not accomplished by a Harvard player since 1967—in the 28-21 win over Dartmouth.
Sophomore running back Cheng Ho tallied 114 yards on 15 carries, demonstrating his ability to make tacklers miss on a 41-yard run.
Junior goalkeeper Jay Connolly kept the Crimson close with a game-high 15 saves, but couldn’t stop the game-winner in the third overtime.
Senior attackman Greg Cohen, shown here in earlier action, scored two hat tricks in a 13-9 victory against Dartmouth on Saturday afternoon, netting a career-high six goals in his final game for the Crimson. He notched three consecutive scores in Harvard's