In her first year, freshman Bente van Vlijmen finished second on Harvard in goals and provided much-needed versatility.
Freshman midfielder Bente van Vlijmen, shown here against Pacific, led Harvard to a 3-1 victory over Dartmouth to clinch the Ivy League title.
Chanting "No justice, no food," more than 400 Harvard affiliates marched in support of HUDS workers Friday afternoon in Harvard Yard.
Harvard affiliates and HUDS workers circled Harvard Yard Friday afternoon, marching in support of the decision for HUDS workers to strike next Wednesday if the University does not comply with their requests.
The field hockey team hustles back on defense beneath the lights against Pacific. The game stretched well past sunset, finally ending in the 87th minute.
Senior attacker Devin Dwyer leaves the Crimson as one of the most successful players in program history.
Senior attacker Devin Dwyer, shown earlier this season against Holy Cross currently sits fourth in the nation with a 43 game point streak. He leads the offensive charge for the Crimson with 28 goals on the year, and became the first Harvard player since 2012 to record at least 50 points in a season.
A year after graduating one senior, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team seeks to top its third-place finish in 2015.
The senior class looks to cement itself in program history as the first class to leave Cambridge with multiple Ivy titles.
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