Love That Dirty Water
The Harvard women's ice hockey team lines up at its 2023 Frozen Fenway contest against Quinnipiac in early January. The Crimson was one of many Boston-area teams who competed in the historic park that hosted the NHL's Winter Classic.
Hold the Line
Harvard women's ice hockey took to the frozen Fenway Park which hosted the NHL's Winter Classic just days before. Under snowy conditions, the Crimson suffered a 3-1 loss to the Quinnipiac University Bobcats.
Coach Gerry Byrne was previously an assistant coach at Notre Dame before taking over the program at Harvard.
Back in Boston
Allison Feaster '98 will join the Boston Celtics as the new director of player development.
Dean Farris won two events in the NCAA Championships this season.
It's Lonely at the Top
With its resounding 9-1 victory over Cornell earlier this week, the Crimson took home the outright regular season championship for the Ivy League.
The Crimson finished the weekend in 16th place, tied with ranked foe Oklahoma State.
Shelley Pearson '13
Shelley Pearson '13 will represent her home country of Bermuda in the women's single sculls this summer.
Andrew Campbell Jr. '14
Crimson grad Andrew Campbell Jr. '14 will represent the United States in the lightweight men's double.
Cheta Emba '15
Recent alum Cheta Emba '15 is part of the USA's women's rugby team, flying to Rio with the squad as an alternate.
Michael DiSanto '12
Crimson grad Michael DiSanto '12 will represent the United States heavyweight crew team in the men's eight this summer.
Henrik Rummel '09
Henrik Rummel '09 has been a stalwart on the USA men's rowing team since graduating from Harvard and will compete in his second Olympic games this summer.
Rising senior Vincent Breet took a year off to train with South Africa, qualifying for the Olympics as part of the coxless four boat.
Franklin in Front
Sprinter Autumne Franklin '16 was one of five athletes to qualify for the USA Olympic trials this summer, finishing sixth place overall in the women's 400 meter hurdles.
Paige Kouba capped off her four years on the women's track and field team with a qualification to Olympic trials in her hometown of Eugene, Ore. in the steeplechase.
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