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Cane You Believe It?
Men's Ice Hockey

Cane You Believe It?

Junior Adam Fox, who will once again command the Harvard blue line in 2018-2019 with his offensive prowess, saw his rights traded in June from Calgary to Carolina.

Cpt. LZG
Men's Ice Hockey

Cpt. LZG

Senior Lewis Zerter-Gossage completed his third development camp this summer, this time with the Pittsburgh Penguins, and will look to incorporate what he learned about off-ice preparation and work ethic into his role as co-captain of this year's Crimson squad.

Undrafted, No Problem
Men's Ice Hockey

Undrafted, No Problem

Sophomore Henry Bowlby received an undrafted free agent invite to the Boston Bruins' Development Camp despite missing a substantial chunk of games last season due to illness. Even with the absence, he managed to impress the Bruins organization enough to receive the call.

Hasty Pudding Theatricals to Let Women Join Cast
College

Hasty Pudding Theatricals to Let Women Join Cast

A Conversation with Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern
Cambridge

A Conversation with Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern

Breaking Down the Search for Harvard's Next President
Presidential Search

Breaking Down the Search for Harvard's Next President

Q&A with Harvard President-elect Lawrence Bacow
University

Q&A with Harvard President-elect Lawrence Bacow

Professor Margo Seltzer '83 Reflects
FAS

Professor Margo Seltzer '83 Reflects

Quick to the Bag
Softball

Quick to the Bag

Rich, now a junior, has held down Harvard's starting shortstop job for her first three seasons in Cambridge.

Rich in Runs
Softball

Rich in Runs

Rich's speed and aggressiveness on the basepaths consistently puts her in scoring position and creates extra runs for the Harvard softball team.

The Real Slim Katie
Women's Basketball

The Real Slim Katie

Katie Benzan's 99 three-pointers this season were the most by any female athlete in Ivy League history.

The First Katie
Women's Basketball

The First Katie

Katie Benzan was an unanimous All-Ivy first team selection this season, guiding her team to a 18-11 overall record and a perfect 12-0 mark at home.

Dropping In
Men's Swimming

Dropping In

This season, the men's swimming and diving team won the Ivy League for the 25th time in program history.

Stand and Deliver
Baseball

Stand and Deliver

Zavolas fanned 12 batters in his no-hitter on April 13 against Yale, earning his fourth win of the season.

General Lee
Football

General Lee

Lee recorded four tackles and one of the teams three broken up passes in Harvard's muddy contest with Yale in the fall.

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