Senior goalkeeper Hannah Gardner high-fives her teammates during introductions on Senior Night against Columbia on November 5.
Leading the Team
Then-junior forward Chris Ledlum guards in last December's matchup with URI.
Harvard students listen to a Q&A with Celtics President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens. NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum and Celtics majority owner Wyc Grousbeck listen in the background.
Boston Celtics President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens speaks to Harvard students on Thursday night at the Auerbach Center.
From left to right, replicas of the Celtics' 16th and 17th NBA championship banners hang at the Auerbach Center, the team's practice facility.
Soccer Senior Night
Seniors and their families line the field before the game before playing their final regular season game for the Crimson.
Head coach Christopher Hamblin listens as he communicates from the sideline in the first half.
Senior Sophie Hirst hugs senior Hannah Griffin after Griffin scores the first goal of the game in the eighth minute.
Sophomore Josefine Hasbo's shot sails by Columbia's keeper in the second half.
Hasbo battles through contact in the first half. Hasbo finished the contest with two goals and an assist.
Harvard is all smiles during pregame senior night festivities leading up to kickoff.
Hirst pushes the ball upfield in the first half.
Harvard swarms senior Angela Caloia to celebrate after she scores on an assist from senior Hannah Griffin on senior night.
Not A Basica Move
Andrej Basica, then a first-year, prepares to shoot in a 16-12 victory over Wagner on Sept. 4, 2021. Basica and the Crimson needed three wins over the weekend, and they got three wins.
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