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Plays of the Week: Harvard Edition

Here are your top three plays of the week.

Wrestling

Wrestling Launches 2018-19 Campaign at Bearcat Open

For the Crimson, the journey to the NCAA Championships is a long one. Because the wrestling season doesn’t truly begin until mid-November, the team’s preseason training is “very long,” as Weiss puts it.

Bars like Nellie
Skiing

Sloping Upwards

For the ski team, bonds can just as easily form during heated debates in the lodge after practice as they can in the team van at 5:30 a.m. Is pasta a noodle?

Men's Water Polo

New Coast, Same Results for Crimson Co-Captain Austin Sechrest

For Sechrest, now a junior co-captain for the Crimson, post-victory celebrations are both a welcome and frequent part of his water polo career. Whether the enthusiasm comes from getting into Harvard or tossing the ball into the net during a high-stakes game, success has never had any trouble finding the former Capistrano Valley Cougar.

Badge of Honor
Women's Crew

What's in a Name?: The Persistence of Radcliffe Crew

The Harvard women's crew team prefers to go by a different name. Radcliffe, the former women's college associated with college, is the namesake of women's crew in remembrance of the imbalance of resources afforded to the burgeoning women's side in the 1970s.

Mabry She's Born With It
Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Takes Down Penn, Princeton in Weekend Sweep

Harvard women's volleyball laid down the gauntlet this weekend, picking up its first Ivy League win against Penn and handing conference leader Princeton its first loss. This sweep came on the heels of a difficult stretch of conference losses.

Do it Like Duarte
Field Hockey

No. 12 Field Hockey Rides Best Start in Program History into Penn, Bryant Duels

Harvard is coming off a four-game win streak, including last weekend’s 6-0 shutout against Yale. This marks the best start in the history of the Crimson’s field hockey program, the team having lost only one of eight games this season.

Shutout
Field Hockey

BRIEF: Field Hockey is Perfect in Weekend Matchups

Not only did Harvard cruise through this weekend’s matches as it faced two Massachusetts rivals — Northeastern and UMass — but sophomore forward Natalie Sicher’s breakout game on Sunday earned her the title of Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week.

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