Crimson staff writer
Crimson staff writer Jack Stockless can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parting Shot: Jack Stockless
But contributing to the record of Harvard athletics and making memories with the small (yet fearsome) band of fellow sportswriters at 14P has given me some great stories of my own to tell. And I will continue to tell them for years to come.
Men's Basketball Eases By George Washington for Fifth Win
That 11-point halftime lead proved difficult to overcome for George Washington, as the Colonials (3-9) fell behind by as much as 22 with three minutes to play in the contest. Harvard (5-5) walked away with a 75-61 victory to snap a short two-game skid.
Ben Abercrombie Returns to Harvard for The Game
For the first time since the fall of 2017, Ben Abercrombie has returned to Harvard’s campus. The defensive back, who suffered a career-ending injury in his first collegiate game, took in the 135th playing of The Game at Fenway Park.
Harvard Beats Yale in 135th Game, 45-27
In front of a sold-out crowd at Fenway Park, Harvard ended a two year skid against Yale, claiming victory in The Game with a record-breaking offensive performance.
The Game has a new home for 2018. Dave Mellor, head groundskeeper at Fenway Park, and his staff have spent weeks preparing the ballpark for the gridiron battle between Harvard and Yale.
A Look Back at the Men Who Led Harvard to Beat Yale, 29-29
In The Game of 1968, Frank Champi completed a touchdown pass to Vic Gatto, a play that would set up Harvard's famous 29-29 tie with Yale. But how did those players arrive at that moment, and where did they go once the dust settled on the Crimson's historic comeback?
AROUND THE IVIES: A Day at the Ballpark
In the last trip Around the Ivies for the 2018 football season, check out picks and hard-hitting analysis for the four Ivy League games remaining on this fall's slate.
Football Looks to Break Winless Streak Against Penn
Penn looks to continue its recent winning ways, while Harvard aims to break a three-year stretch of futility against its southernmost Ivy foe.
Seniors Shine, Wind Swirls, and Football Dismisses Columbia, 52-18
Fueled by a program-high five passing touchdowns from quarterback Tom Stewart, Harvard's offense posted its largest output of the season. Several other seniors, including Wes Ogsbury with two picks, piled on and helped defeat a banged-up Columbia team.
Around the Ivies: Tussle at the Top, Columbia Visits
For Dartmouth and Princeton, this is easily the biggest game of the season. Each team is undefeated overall and in league play, and they stand head and shoulders above the competition. Whichever squad prevails sets itself up nicely to take the conference championship.