Then-first-year forward Chisom Okpara steps back at the three-point line against Siena College on Nov. 20, 2022. Currently, Okpara stands in second place for the Crimson in FGM at 46.
Harvard women's ice hockey faces off with Quinnipiac at the Frozen Fenway game on January 6, 2023.
The Harvard men's lacrosse team poses with Braxton, its Team IMPACT teammate, after the team's Burrito Bowl event on October 21, 2023.
Junior middie Owen Gaffney shares a moment with Braxton, the men's lacrosse team's Team IMPACT buddy, at the squad's charity Burrito Bowl on October 21, 2023.
Senior sailor Marbella Marlo casts her eyes on the sea during a Fall 2023 race. The Newport Beach, Calif. native recently took first place in division A at the Danmark Trophy hosted by Coast Guard Academy.
Then-junior Meiyi Yan tees the ball in the hole. Most recently, Yan tied for ninth place at the Harvard Invitational with another Crimson golfer, Isabella Gomez, with scores of three-over-par.
In her undergraduate time at the University of Michigan, Allard was a star pitcher and four-time selection to the All-Big Ten Team.
Outgoing head coach of Harvard softball, Jenny Allard, prepares for a game against Yale this 2023 season. Allard, leaving Harvard after 28 seasons, will become the softball head coach at the University of Pittsburgh.
Harvard women's basketball head coach Carrie Moore stands on the sidelines at a 2022-23 season game. The slogan written on her shirt, "Believe It," represents the team's motto during the season.
Taylor drives the ball up the field at the Crimson's 10-9 defeat of Yale on April 15, where Taylor recorded turnovers for Harvard.
Sophomore defender Grace Taylor runs through her teammates in a huddle at one of Harvard women's lacrosse's spring games.
Graduating senior Maggie McCarthy defends the net at a women's lacrosse game. The Medfield, Mass. native also plays for the women's basketball team, where she is a captain.
Sophomore distance runner Graham Blanks runs at the cross-country national championships in the fall, where he earned First-Team All-American status for his top-15 performance.
At the first game of the season, Brough drives the ball up the field in Harvard's 1-0 victory over Miami University.
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