Senior guards McKenzie Forbes and Maggie McCarthy line up at Harvard's 2021 game against Merrimack, in which the Crimson defeated Warriors 99-75. Harvard recently fell to Princeton 51-47 but will take on Dartmouth this weekend before competing in the Ivy Madness Tournament from March 10-12.
Then-junior Brianna Jewett goes through her windup against BU on April 5, 2022. Jewett will serve as one of Harvard's captains in 2023.
Head coach Jenny Allard gathers her players on the pitchers mound against BU on April 5, 2022.
Sophomore Rachel Arbitman returns a volley against Boston College on November 7, 2021.
Both Crimson players lunge for the ball on November 7, 2021 against Boston College.
The Crimson celebrate winning a point against Boston College on November 7, 2021
Junior forward Sean Farrell goes on the attack against Cornell on Nov. 5, 2021. Farrell is the Crimson’s leading goalscorer on the season.
Then-junior John Farinacci brings energy in a match against rival Cornell on Nov. 5, 2021. Farinacci was one of the team's top-scorers in the 2021-22 campaign with 10 goals and nine assists.
Then-senior Sofie Fella runs with the ball in the Ivy 7s Championship Game against Dartmouth on April 23, a 24-17 victory for the Crimson in which Fella scored two tries.
A Harvard women's tennis player hits a backhand return during a match against Boston College on Nov. 8, 2021. Nearly a year later, the Crimson continued its success against the Eagles, claiming all but one of its singles matches.
A Harvard fencer competes at the 2020 Ivy League Championships. The Crimson swept that tournament, extending a dominant run that has continued through at least the first tournament of the 2022-23 season.
Senior running back Aidan Borguet takes a carry during a 49-21 victory over Columbia on Nov. 6, 2021. On Saturday, Borguet was solid again, taking his 23 carries for 108 yards and a score. He hit the 1,000-yard mark for the season on a 15-yard gain in the fourth quarter.
Junior defensive tackle Thor Griffith poses during a 49-21 victory over Columbia on Nov. 6, 2021. Griffith and the Crimson did a good enough job on defense on Saturday, but the special teams unit struggled in a loss that put Harvard's conference championship hopes on ice.
Senior wide receiver Kym Wimberly races through open space in last year's 49-21 victory. Wimberly and secondary target, sophomore wide receiver Ledger Hatch, missed Saturday's loss, forcing senior quarterback Charlie Dean to make do without his two primary deep threats.
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