Freshman thrower Sam Welsh didn’t even begin his sport until his junior year of high school. He’s gone from rookie to among the top of the Ancient Eight in three years.
The women's side finished in fourth place at the Roy Griak Invitational.
This past weekend, the men's sailing team finished in second place at the Captain Hurst Bowl, while the women's squad placed 11th at the Women's Showcase Finals.
Anthony Firkser '17 battles through a group of Princeton defenders after making a catch. The former tight end is one of nine Harvard players currently on NFL rosters.
Harvard runners compete in last year's Beantown Annual
Senior Collin Price sprints toward the finish line in a race last season. The senior finished sixth at last weekend's Harvard Yale dual competition.
Sophomore forward Murphy Agnew's effort to draw a penalty at the outset of the second half against Syracuse kickstarted the Crimson offense, which went on to net four goals.
The undefeated men's swimming and diving team earned eight All-American awards and 18th place at the 2018 NCAA Championships.
The women's tennis team closed out February with two home losses.
Swimmers eagerly take the starting block in last year's Ivy Championship meet, which saw similarly strong performances from individuals such as sophomore Dean Farris.
In the teams' previous meeting, things got heated after Harvard built up a sturdy lead. The 5-0 decision was the Crimson's largest margin of victory this season.
Ivy League Champions in 2017, the women’s tennis team has began the season 1-2 against non-divisional opponents
Author June Carolyn Erlick reads from her latest book, “Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context,” at the Barker Center on Wednesday evening.
Yale sophomore quarterback Kurt Rawlings surveys the field last year at Harvard Stadium. Yale won its first game against Harvard in ten years in 2016 when Rawlings started as a freshman. Now the team looks to defend its home turf on Saturday and win its first Ivy title since 2006.
Harvard senior defensive back Tim Haehl gestures to the crowd at Harvard Stadium last year during The Game. Haehl and the rest of Crimson football will look to give traveling Harvard students lots to cheer about this Saturday at the Yale Bowl in New Haven as they try to rebound from last year’s loss.
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