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Timothy R. O'Meara '20 is Associate Multimedia Editor for Sports.

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Hydrodynamic
Men's Swimming

Hydrodynamic

Swimmer Charles Vaughan was Physics Student of the Year while at Carmel High School.

Little Green
Men's Squash

Little Green

Dartmouth was no challenge for the Harvard men's and women's squash teams.

Boehm's Basket
Women's Basketball

Boehm's Basket

Junior forward Jeannie Boehm, and sophomore forward Jadyn Bush, led the team in rebounds with nine apiece.

Red, White, and Drury
Men's Ice Hockey

Red, White, and Drury

Crimson freshman Jack Drury has earned a spot at team USA's World Junior Championship camp, where he will vie for a final tournament roster spot.

Holiday Cheer
Men's Ice Hockey

Holiday Cheer

The Crimson looks to rebound after a disappointing performance against Cornell last week. A victory on Tuesday night would send the squad into the four-week winter recess above .500.

Lacking Nothing
Men's Ice Hockey

Lacking Nothing

Senior net-minder Michael Lackey posted another wall-like performance on Tuesday, rejecting all but one of the 25 shots he faced in a winning effort.

Keep the Points Comin'
Men's Ice Hockey

Keep the Points Comin'

Freshman forward Jack Drury continued his productive year (4–8—12), burying a feed from his right wing, fellow rookie Casey Dornbach, early in the second period.

Never Trailed
Women's Ice Hockey

Never Trailed

The Crimson completed a weekend sweep with a 4-0 shutout over Union.

Five More Minutes
Women's Basketball

Five More Minutes

Captain Madeline Raster drained a step-back jumper with less than a second remaining to force overtime, but the Crimson could not hold on.

No Brooms This Year
Men's Ice Hockey

No Brooms This Year

On Saturday night, the Crimson looks to take a second game this season from No. 16 Cornell and avenge last year's sweep at the hands of the Big Red.

They Meet Again
Men's Ice Hockey

They Meet Again

Both rivals entered Saturday's matchup with Harvard's victory at Madison Square Garden one week prior still fresh in their memories.

Momentum Swinging
Men's Ice Hockey

Momentum Swinging

After the Crimson looked like the better team through the game's first 10 minutes, the Big Red stole momentum and potted a pair of powerplay strikes in the second period.

New Man Behind the Mask
Men's Ice Hockey

New Man Behind the Mask

Filling in for an injured Matthew Galajda, Cornell net-minder Austin McGrath logged his first career start against Harvard.

Won the Battle, Not the War
Men's Ice Hockey

Won the Battle, Not the War

No. 16 Cornell dominated the second period en route to avenging Harvard's win one week prior. The teams will also meet at the Big Red's Lynah Rink in January.

Sticks Up
Women's Ice Hockey

Sticks Up

The team celebrates after a goal in prior action vs. McGill at home.

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