Timothy R. O'Meara
Timothy R. O'Meara '20 is Associate Multimedia Editor for Sports.
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Beren Tennis Center
Kirkland Dorm Room
In 2019, Harvard competes in the NE Women's Championship for the Reed Trophy against MIT. The Crimson will open its 2023 spring season with the Sharpe Trophy in Providence, R.I. this weekend.
In The Trenches
The Harvard defensive line prepares for a snap in a 45-27 win over Yale at Fenway Park on Nov. 17, 2018.
The Harvard football team hypes itself up before a 45-27 victory over Yale on Nov. 17, 2018 at Fenway Park. The game turned out to be an unforgettable affair.
The official Harvard-Yale tailgate for the 138th iteration of The Game will take place Saturday morning on Mignone Field.
Off the Wall
Sophomore Habiba Eldefrawy competes against Dartmouth in a 12-10, 11-5, 11-2 victory over Claire Aube on Dec. 1, 2021. The Crimson went on to win the match, 8-1, the 86th in a 99-match active win streak.
A team of Harvard sailors competes in the New England Women's Championship on April 20, 2019. The Crimson has continued its strong performance, recording six wins in the fall season.
How Far I'll Go
A team of Harvard sailors battles choppy conditions in the New England Women's Championship on April 20, 2019. After a strong fall performance, the Crimson will hope to continue its brilliance in the team races in the spring.
Trampling the Bison
Senior defensive lineman Truman Jones, then a sophomore, racks up one of his 3.5 sacks in the 62-17 win over Howard on Oct. 5, 2019. Jones is the captain and veteran leader of this Crimson squad.
Back Line of Defense
In 2019, then-junior defender Hannah Pearce hits the ball upfield as then-sophomore goalkeeper Ellie Shahbo stands in net. Although Pearce has graduated, Shahbo, now a senior, is the star of another strong Harvard defense.
Man of the People
Junior forward and captain Nick Abruzzese celebrates with his team in a 7-1 victory over St. Lawrence on March 7, 2020. Abruzzese's leadership was critical in Harvard's 2022 ECAC triumph.
Harvard squash star Hana Moataz competes in a Feb. 8, 2019 match against Yale. Moataz was one of three Egyptian-born players on the Crimson roster.
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