Harvard men's golf opened its fall season by winning its tournament in dominant fashion. All 5 Crimson golfers placed in the top seven of the individual leader-board.
Women’s golf leaves New Jersey decorated, as the team took home its sixth conference title in the last eight years.
Sprinter Jovahn Williamson speeds past the rest of the competiton at Ivy Heptagonals, where he claimed first in the 400m dash.
Ngozi Musa, who won the 60m dash, is also one of the captains for Harvard.
Senior Kieran Tuntivate emerged victorious in both the 3K and 5K races. The 3K win was achieved with one shoe for much of the race.
Senior sprinter Gabby Thomas will forgo her final year of NCAA eligibility, instead opting to train professionally as she finishes out her schooling.
The Crimson hopes to get its full roster back from the injury reserve and will need to do so in order to compete in the Ivy League. Nevertheless, there were individual bright spots at Doc Gimmler this weekend that Harvard can look to build on.
Junior Michelle Xie finished four strokes ahead of the next competitor to become the Ivy League Individual Champion.
Thomas, flanked by classmate Ngozi Musa (left) and sophomore Micah Meekins (right), compete in the 100-meter dash at the Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships. Thomas went a perfect five for five in the meet, collecting gold in every event she participated in.
Junior co-captain Gabby Thomas, flanked by classmate Ngozi Musa (left) and sophomore Micah Meekins (right), compete in the 100-meter dash in the first qualifying heat on Saturday. All three advanced to the final race on Sunday.
Sophomore Simi Fajemisin takes flight off her last step in the triple jump. The second-year now has competed in four Heps meets, and won three golds.
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