Senior defenseman Patrick McNally leads all Division I defenders with 1.25 points per game.
Senior forward Victoria Lippert, shown above in previous action, has moved into 10th place in scoring in Harvard history by scoring at least 15 points in five of her last seven games
Senior Victoria Lippert, shown above in previous action, has averaged over 16 points per game in the Harvard women's basketball team's previous four contests. She will need another strong performance in her hometown to upset undefeated Oklahoma State Friday.
Junior guard Christine Clark, shown above in earlier action, contributed a team-high 23 points in the Harvard women's basketball team's 72-61 loss at Michigan on Friday night.
Co-captain Emma Golen, shown above in earlier action, scored in double figures in both of the Harvard women's basketball team's weekend matchups in North Dakota.
Sophomore James Leakos, left, and the Crimson track and field team had a number of impressive individual performances but were not able to put it together as a team to break through and win an Ivy title.
Junior running back Treavor Scales and the Harvard football team steamrolled the Ancient Eight in 2011, topping each of its seven conference foes by at least 10 points en route to an Ivy League title.
After missing weeks two through five with a hamstring injury, Collier Winters exploded in his week-six return, throwing for 403 yards and five touchdowns in the Harvard football team’s win over Princeton. On the year, Winters completed a program-record 68.6 percent of his passes.
Senior attackman Jeff Cohen, shown here in earlier action, scored his 133rd career goal against Cornell on Saturday, breaking the all-time Harvard record previously held by Dave Bohn '61.
Sophomore attackman Daniel Eipp, shown here in earlier action, and a potent Harvard offense will look to be firing on all cylinders as it travels to Amherst Tuesday night to take on No. 3 UMass. The Crimson is trying to make it three in a row against its cross-state rival.
Senior attackman Jeff Cohen scored 10 goals in two games over spring break, giving him a team-leading 23 goals on the season. The performance earned him Ivy co-player of the week honors, as the Crimson split the pair of games, losing to No.14/15 Duke before beating Brown.
Junior forward Marshall Everson, pictured in earlier action, scored two goals in the Harvard men's hockey team's 6-2 victory over Cornell Friday night in the ECAC semifinals.
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