Amanda Sobhy ’15 and Haley Mendez ’15, back row fourth from the left and back row fifth from the left, respectively, pose after capturing the 2015 National Championship. While not a member of the 2015 squad, and thus not pictured, Sabrina Sobhy ’19 would go on to capture four national championships in her four years with the Crimson.
Tight end and long snapper Tyler Ott ’14 heads for the end zone on Harvard’s home turf against Princeton. Despite eventually falling to the Tigers 51-48 in this triple-overtime thriller on October 26, 2013—the Crimson’s only loss of Ott’s senior season—Ott finished the game with three touchdowns, tying the program record for single-game touchdown receptions.
Tyler Ott ’14, wearing number 82, blocks the Princeton defensive line with the rest of the Crimson kicking unit after delivering the snap to kicker Andrew Flesher ’15 in a 2013 contest at Harvard Stadium.
San Francisco 49ers fullback and former Harvard standout Kyle Juszczyk '13 will start in Super Bowl LIV in Miami this Sunday.
Senior Karly Heffernan played ice hockey all her life until her career-ending injury. Even before her time for the Crimson, she had her share of accolades, having won two gold medals with the Canadian U18 team at IIHF Worlds.
The women’s heavyweight crew bested the field this weekend at Eastern Springs, rebounding from a loss to Yale last week.
In the 10 races, the Harvard-Radcliffe heavyweight crew defeated Michigan State in four but dropped all five to Ohio State.
Miye D'Oench, after leading the team in scoring her senior year, joined the NWHL's Metropolitan Riveters last year.
The 2015 Harvard hockey seniors show off the prizes of their respective conference championships.
Former Harvard captain Michelle Picard '15-'16 will anchor the Metropolitan Riveters' blueline in her sophomore NWHL season.
Madhav Dhingra, now a junior, lunges for a shot in a 2015 match against Trinity.
Women's squash players and fans celebrate after the team captured the 2015 CSA Women's National Team Championship.
Ted Minnis gives advice during a break in action.
Oakland Athletics prospect, Mike Martin, rounds the bases against Northeastern in 2015's Beanpot.
Despite nearly matching their opponent in hits, nine to 10, respectively, Harvard could not translate their success at the plate into runs. A dominant fourth inning, was neutralized by a strong performance from Boston College in the final four innings, the Eagles scoring six throughout and the Crimson one.
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