A Crimson fencer faces off against the Princeton Tigers at the Ivy League Championships in 2020 as teammates look on.
Senior center Sofie Fella sizes up her Dartmouth defender during the 2022 Ivy 7s Tournament on April 23. Fella scored eight tries for the Crimson throughout the weekend as she led the team to its second straight tournament title.
Then-senior George Haglund competes at the Ivy League Championship, hosted at Harvard in 2020. Two years later, junior co-captain Elizabeth Tartakovsky and sophomore co-captain Filip Dolegiewics led the team to its best finish since 2006 at NCAA Nationals this year.
Iveta Daujotaite and Rachel Lim celebrate after winning a point against Boston College on November 7, 2021. Following an undefeated 3-0 start in the Ivy League this spring, Harvard fell to Princeton and Penn in back-to-back contests, despite a strong fight from a young Crimson squad.
The Harvard rowing teams participated in Cambridge's own Head of the Charles on Oct. 24, 2021. This past weekend, they again competed in Cambridge, in Saratoga, N.Y. and in Providence, R.I.
Harvard played in the Crimson Halloween Invite from Oct. 29-31 in Cambridge, M.A. This past weekend, the men's and women's teams took on Columbia and Cornell.
A Harvard player slides into third base during a 5-0 loss to Boston University on April 5. Despite falling to the Terriers, the Crimson has been on a hot streak as of late.
Junior pitcher/first baseman Brianna Jewett prepares to pitch in a 5-0 loss to Boston University on April 5. The Crimson's two losses stalled the momentum it gained from a sweep over the weekend against Columbia.
Harvard rowing competes in the 2021 Head of the Charles Regatta on Oct. 24. This past weekend, all four crew teams were back in action as the Crimson experienced mixed results.
Abruzzese drives the puck down the ice against Dartmouth in October 2021.
Senior Rachel Lim goes for a volley during a match against Boston College last November.
Junior guard McKenzie Forbes lays the ball in in a 99-75 victory over Merrimack on Nov. 30, 2021. The first weekend of Spring Break, Forbes' 22 points were not enough to lead the Crimson to victory.
First-year defender Jade Rose pushes the ball down the pitch during a game against Kansas on Sept. 19. Harvard went on to win 2-1.
First-year guard Harmoni Turner surveys the floor during the Crimson's Nov. 30 game against Merrimack. Harvard went on to win 99-75.