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Alexa N. Gellman

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Men's Crew Dominates in Weekend Competition

The No. 3 heavyweights raced Princeton and MIT at home on the Charles River on Saturday, defeating both competitors to win the Compton Cup. The No. 4 lightweights also had a strong showing, racing twice in one weekend.

Men's Lightweight Crew Welcomes New Coach

After two undefeated seasons and back-to-back gold medals at EARC Sprints and IRA National Championships, the Harvard Men’s Lightweight Crew will be welcoming former Radcliffe Lightweight Women’s head coach Michiel Bartman.

Harvard Crews Emerge Victorious from Eastern Sprints

For the fourteenth time in Harvard history, both the Crimson heavyweight and lightweight crews achieved first-place finishes in the first varsity event at the 2013 EARC Sprints. The competition took place on Sunday on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Harvard Boasts Top-Ranked Crews

Both the Harvard men’s heavyweight and lightweight crews continued undefeated spring seasons over the weekend. The No. 2 heavyweights took two of four races against Princeton on Sunday to secure the Compton Cup while the No. 1 lightweights captured three out of four races against Navy on Saturday at home on the Charles River.

Men's Crew Continues Spring Season Winning Streak

It proved to be a successful weekend for the Harvard men’s heavyweight and lightweight crews, who each toppled opponents to extend undefeated spring season records. The No. 4 heavyweights defeated No. 3 Brown on Saturday at home on the Charles River, taking three of five races on the morning. The No. 1 lightweights displayed their dominance by sweeping all four races against Dartmouth and MIT.

Men's Lightweight Crew Starts Season with Victory

Harvard men’s lightweight crew kicked off its spring season with a decisive victory over Delaware on Saturday morning. The Crimson took three out of five races to secure the regatta win at home on the Charles River.

Friendly Competition

For lightweight rowers Andrew Campbell and Austin Meyer, the Head of the Charles Regatta will mark their first competition back in a Harvard boat after a year spent away from school vying for a spot in the 2012 London Olympics.