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Henry Zhu

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Laying it In
Men's Basketball

A 'Bad Boy': Noah Kirkwood, Male Rookie of the Year

By season’s end the Ivy League had bestowed seven such honors, enough to surpass a program record held by Siyani Chambers ‘16-17 and Dan Clemente ‘01.

Alums 08-09 Women's
Sports Features

Data Feature — 10 Years Later: Where are They Now?

While a significant number of ‘08-09 Crimson athletes had at least brief careers as professional athletes, just 11 — slightly over one percent — still are.

Not Shaw-ked
Field Hockey

Saves Galore: Ellie Shahbo, Female Rookie of the Year

A stalwart in front of the net, the former England U-18 team captain immediately solidified herself as one of the best at her position across the NCAA.

Say Cheers
Sports Features

Thesis in Hand

With strong support systems on “both sides of the river”, these seniors believe more student-athletes can pursue a thesis while continuing to excel on the field.

A Celebratory Shower
Softball

Softball Advances to NCAA Tournament, Sweeping Columbia

In fact, the second game in this best-of-three series was so resoundingly one-sided that it was the first-ever mercy rule game in the history of the Ivy League Championship.

Like Father, Like Son: Cowboys Edition
Football

Harvard Senior Larry Allen Jr. Signs with Dallas Cowboys, Continuing Father's Legacy

On Sunday afternoon, the Dallas Cowboys announced the signing of Harvard senior and undrafted free agent Larry Allen Jr.

A Pro Debut for Matty Ice
Men's Soccer

Former Harvard Goalkeeper Matt Freese Debuts for MLS's Philadelphia Union

The 20-year-old Homegrown Player — who hails from nearby Wayne, Pa., — subbed in for starting goalkeeper Andre Blake about 10 minutes into the second half after Blake suffered a groin injury.

Heading Home, Turning Pro
Men's Soccer

Heading Home, Turning Pro

Freese cemented his spot as the Crimson's starting keeper in his sophomore season.

Back In Form
Men's Golf

Back In Form

Woods' impressive performance at the Masters marks his first major championship since 2008.

Close the Chapter
Men's Basketball

Harvard Men's Basketball Announces Captains for 2019-2020 Season

On Tuesday evening, Harvard men's basketball honored its six outgoing seniors and announced its captains for the upcoming 2019-2020 campaign.

Final Run
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Bows Out Of NIT Against NC State, Concluding 2018-19 Campaign

The Crimson conclude its season with a 19-12 overall record and an appearance in the NIT second round for the first time in program history.

Flick of the Wrist
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Advances in WNIT, Defeating Drexel in Bounce-Back Effort

Harvard’s renewed confidence showed immediately in Friday night’s first-round win over Drexel, as it accelerated to a 20-point first quarter to complete a wire-to-wire, 69-56 victory.

Perez is Back
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Upsets Georgetown to Advance in NIT

But with three minutes left in its season, the Crimson found the grit and composure to fight back on both ends of the floor, riding cagey point guard play and clutch free throw shooting from Bryce Aiken to a 71-68 win, a signature moment of the 2018-2019 season.

DMV at Heart
Previews

PREVIEW: Georgetown Hosts Harvard Men's Basketball in NIT Opener

The Crimson will travel back to Washington D.C. — where it defeated Howard on Martin Luther King Day — to face perennial Big East foe Georgetown in the first round of the National Invitational Tournament(NIT).

Disappointment
Men's Basketball

So Now What? Thoughts on the Season for Harvard Men's Basketball

Thus, it is perhaps written in stone that this process will pay dividends only in Year Four for these juniors.

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