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Leading the Way
Softball

Leading the Way

Head Coach Jenny Allard earned her 300th Ivy League victory this month, making her the winningest coach in Ivy League history.

Hi-Energy Pitch
Softball

Hi-Energy Pitch

Junior pitcher Alissa Hiener winds up to launch a swift pitch at her opponent.

The Pride of Agnes Irwin
Women's Lacrosse

The Pride of Agnes Irwin

To date, junior Hannah Keating has tallied 40 goals in her Crimson career.

Dynamic Duo
Women's Lacrosse

Dynamic Duo

Hulslander (pictured) and Queri have paired up again in college to form a potent duo.

Nate the Great
Men's Ice Hockey

Nate the Great

Nathan Krusko will lead the forward ranks next season, drawing on his experience battling back from double hip surgery to infuse the group with determination.

Offensive Mr. Fox
Men's Ice Hockey

Offensive Mr. Fox

Assuming he returns for his senior season, Adam Fox will continue to set a bold on-ice example for a Crimson squad that promises to be offensively gifted under his leadership.

Serving out Strong
Men's Tennis

Serving out Strong

Both Harvard Men’s and Women’s Tennis dominated the weekend, only dropping one collective loss to the Princeton Tigers.

Close the Chapter
Men's Basketball

Close the Chapter

The Crimson seeks a return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the 2014-2015 season.

Heartbeat of the Team
Softball

Heartbeat of the Team

Head Coach Jenny Allard gained her 300th Ivy League victory this weekend, just a little under a year after getting her 600th career win.

Nothing Wrong with Hong
Women's Water Polo

Nothing Wrong with Hong

Senior attacker Kristen Hong has left her mark on the Crimson water polo program, having broken the Harvard record for most career goals — an astounding 248 tallies, previously held by Yoshi Andersen '16.

Looking Forward to the Second Half of Conference Play
Women's Lacrosse

Looking Forward to the Second Half of Conference Play

The Crimson look to find greater success in Ivy play after claiming just one win in its first four conference games.

Chad for Two
Baseball

Chad for Two

Chad Minato delivered a critical hit mid-way through the rally to add two more runs on the board.

A Man on Fire
Baseball

A Man on Fire

The team embraces McColl after the miraculous finish to the ballgame. Harvard would go on to win the second game of the doubleheader, but fell on Sunday in its sweep bid.

McClutch
Baseball

McClutch

Pat McColl currently leads the conference with a batting average of .459. Earlier in the season, he held the nation's highest mark in this category.

Can You Believe It
Baseball

Can You Believe It

The team celebrates after a nine-run, ninth inning to take the first game against Yale.

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