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Kim Arango

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Track and Cross Country

Gabby Thomas Makes History in Finals Debut

Finishing with the seventh-fastest overall time in the semifinals, Thomas became the first woman from the Ivy League to ever advance to the 200-meter dash final at indoor NCAAs.

Women's Lacrosse

No. 6 Syracuse Tops Women's Lacrosse in Overtime Shootout

Despite facing a 10-6 deficit in the first half, the Crimson fought back to force overtime. However, the come-from-behind effort proved fruitless, as the Orange triumphed, 17-16.

Women's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse Pulls Away from Ohio State

In an afternoon matinee at Jordan Field, the Crimson defeated Ohio State with an emphatic 13-7 victory. The win was the third straight for a Harvard team that has won four of its first five games for the second consecutive season.

On Your Mark!
Previews

Preview: Four Harvard Athletes to Compete at NCAA Championships

Following an historic Ivy League Heptagonal Championship, the Harvard women’s track and field team will travel to College Station as Texas A&M hosts the NCAA Indoor Championships this Friday. Representing the Crimson in the two-day event will be senior Nikki Okwelogu, sophomore Gabby Thomas, and freshmen Zoe Hughes and Judy Pendergast.

Neither a Bird Nor a Plane
Sports Blog

Athlete of the Week Runners Up: Kayley Leonard, Seth Towns, and Gabby Thomas

Following two strong opening wins by seniors Dileas MacGowan (No. 9) and Katie Tutrone (No. 6), Leonard came back from a 6-10 deficit in the fifth set, winning six consecutive points for an emphatic 12-10 win in the deciding match for Harvard to gain a three match advantage.

Men's Volleyball

Men's Volleyball Follows Backbreaking Loss with Heartening Win

The defeat came in five sets against Princeton, while the victory came in a Saturday sweep of NJIT.

Empire of Romeo
Women's Lacrosse

Romeo Overcomes Knee Injury for Career Success

During her sophomore season, the attacker suffered a torn ACL and MCL. Even so, Romeo has been the team’s top scorer and an All-Ivy player in each of her three years.

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