In the Harvard football team's contest against Cornell a year ago, then-junior quarterback Colton Chapple threw for 414 yards, the second highest total in program history, en route to a 41-31 Crimson victory.
Junior Connor McCarthy, shown above in earlier action, tallied a shot in the Harvard men's soccer team's 1-0 loss to Northeastern on Sunday.
In her first game as co-captain, junior Peyton Johnson, shown above in earlier action, notched a goal and an assist in the Harvard women's soccer team's 2-0 win against UMass on Friday.
Rising sophomore Temi Fagbenle (far right) is the youngest of 12 players on Great Britain's Olympic women's basketball team.
Sophomore defensive tackle Jack Dittmer celebrates after intercepting a Patrick Witt pass in the Harvard football team’s annual contest against Yale. The Crimson routed the Bulldogs 45-7 in the 128th playing of The Game.
Freshman running back Zach Boden’s biggest game of the year came against Dartmouth, when the rookie scampered for 112 yards.
Quarterback Collier Winters, pictured above after leading Harvard to a resounding win in his final collegiate game, now has his sights set on playing football professionally. Winters hopes to play in either the NFL or the CFL.
The Harlem Globetrotters faced the Lampoon, a semi-secret Sorrento Square social organization that used to occasionally publish a so-called humor magazine.
Senior forward Alex Killorn, shown here in earlier action, scored a key third-period goal to force a 2-2 against No. 9 Cornell.
Senior forward Alex Killorn, shown here in earlier action, scored Harvard's lone goal in its loss to BU Monday night.
Senior quarterback Collier Winters shined in his final career collegiate start, throwing for two touchdowns and running for a third. The Crimson beat Yale for the fifth straight meeting and 10th time in 11 tries.
Junior Danny Biega, shown above in earlier action, found the equalizer against St. Lawrence on Saturday when the defensman buried a one-time shot to tie the game at two. Biega had also scored in the Crimson’s 3-2 win against Clarkson thanks to several deflections in front of the net.
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