Senior Claire Richardson impressed during the spring track season, winning the women’s 3000-meter title at the outdoor Heps. The men’s squad placed fourth, its best finish in five years, as junior pole vaulter Nico Weiler and rookie thrower Dustin Brode earned All-Ivy first-team honors.
Senior Claire Richardson, shown here in earlier action, placed third in the women’s 5K at the Colonial Relays Friday with a 16.22.15—the second-best time of the veteran’s career and among the top 15 in the nation this year.
Captain Dan Chenoweth, shown here in earlier action, placed second in Friday’s Heptagonal Championships. It was a bit of a disappointment for the senior, who won the individual title at Heps last year.
Sophomore Stewart Richardson, shown here in earlier action, was the top non-freshman finisher for Harvard at the Iona Meet of Champions, placing 54th overall and fifth on the Crimson. The men’s squad placed fifth in the 19-team field, while the women were 13th out of 18.
Freshman Olivia Weeks, who finished seventh in the long jump at the outdoor Heptagonal Championships, was part of a strong freshman class for the women’s track team. Rookies Ashtynn Baltimore, Melissa Bellin, and Mary Hirst all recorded top-six finishes at Heps, where the team placed seventh.
Harvard Baseball Coach Joe Walsh teaches Charl Brown, a cast member of the American Repertory Theater's upcoming musical about the Red Sox "Johnny Baseball," how to throw a pitch. The cast will be attending a Red Sox game on Friday for further study.