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Leading the Pack
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Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Both Turn in Top-25 Finishes at NCAAs

In Tallahassee, Fla., the Harvard men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the NCAA Nationals for the second season in a row, with both teams improving on their 2019 finishes. When the dust cleared, the men finished in 12th and the women in 25th.

Crimson and Gold
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Women's Cross Country Wins NCAA Northeast Regionals, Men Take 2nd as Both Gear Up for Nationals

Coming off fantastic team performances at the Ivy League Championships two weeks ago, the Harvard men and women’s cross country teams both qualified for NCAA nationals, with the women winning regionals for the second season in a row dating back to 2019 and the men placing second in a field of over 35 teams.

Crimson and Gold
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Crimson and Gold

The Harvard women's cross country team celebrates its 2021 Ivy League Championship on October 30th. Crimson women's XC won NCAA Northeast regionals this past weekend, with the men's team finishing second as they both gear up for NCAA nationals this weekend.

Crimson and Gold
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Crimson and Gold

The Harvard women's cross country team celebrates its 2021 Ivy League Championship on October 30th. Crimson women's XC won NCAA Northeast regionals this past weekend, with the men's team finishing second as they both gear up for NCAA nationals this weekend.

1st Place
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1st Place

Senior Matthew Pereira poses with the individual first-place medal.

CHAMPS
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CHAMPS

The women's cross country team celebrates its Ivy League team championship.

CHAMPS
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Women’s Cross Country Wins Ivy League Heptagonal Championship, Men Place Second Ahead of Regionals

At Princeton’s home course in New Jersey, the Harvard women’s cross country team dominated its way to winning the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship for the first time since 2016. Two top-five finishers and five top-twelve finishers provided the Crimson women with the scoring depth necessary to capture the title. The Harvard men finished just behind Princeton in second, led by an exceptional performance by senior Matthew Pereira, who became the first Harvard individual champion since Kieran Tuntivate ’20 in 2018.

We Are the Champions
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We Are the Champions

Junior Isabell Sagar, pictured above earlier in the season, finished third overall in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship with a time of 20:31.8. Sagar's individual effort was one of many that helped power the Crimson women to 37 points and the team first-place finish.

Fresh Off the Block
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Harvard Cross Country with a Pair of Strong Finishes at Nuttycombe Invitational

On Friday, October 15th, Harvard men’s and women’s cross county traveled north to race in the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational against 31 and 35 other highly-competitive collegiate programs. The Crimson men finished an impressive 13th and the women finished in 25th, both substantially improving from their performance in the same race in 2019.

Fresh Off the Block
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Fresh Off the Block

Harvard men's cross country faces off against Yale at an event a couple of years ago. Both men's and women's cross country teams are prepared to face their conference rivals at the Ivy League Championships on October 30th.

A Race Between Rivals
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Men’s, Women’s Cross Country Top the Ivies at the Battle in Beantown Races

After a successful performance HYP last weekend, the Harvard men's and women's cross country teams produced another solid effort at the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown this Friday, September 24th. The Crimson topped Ivy League rivals Yale, Columbia, Dartmouth, and Brown.

A Race Between Rivals
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A Race Between Rivals

The Harvard men’s cross country team lines up alongside Yale, one of the four Ivy League foes faced this week at the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown meet, in a contest from a couple of years ago.

Rivalry Week
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Rivalry Week

The Harvard men's cross country team lines up alongside Yale, one of the two rivals faced this week at the HYP meet, in a contest from a couple of years ago. At last Saturday's event, the Harvard women would go on to place second behind Princeton, narrowly missing out on the first-place crown. The Harvard men would go on to battle the Tigers as well but held on to win by a slim margin, narrowly fending off the Princeton charge.

Rivalry Week
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Men’s Cross Country Takes First, Women Place Second in HYP Showdown

On Saturday, Sept. 11, Harvard cross country took on Ivy League rivals Princeton and Yale at the Tigers’ home course in New Jersey. Amidst steep competition, the Crimson men placed first in their 8k race, edging Princeton by one point, with the women placing second, falling just short of the Tigers in their 4.8k race.

First Day Back
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First Day Back

Members of the Harvard men's cross country team pose together at a competition for the first time in nearly two years.

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