Timothy R. O'Meara
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In a nail-biter start to the season, the Crimson men entered overtime in five out of their first eleven games.
The Crimson takes the water in 2019, the last regular season of Harvard sailing. The intervening layoff since the 2019 campaign has presented challenges in establishing rhythm and executing clean starts.
21 points from the blue line, including 18 assists, in his first-year campaign was enough to earn junior defenseman Henry Thrun preseason All-ECAC honors. Thrun garners the accolade alongside forward and fellow junior Nick Abruzzese.
The Crimson’s 9-1 start ties 2018 for its best start to the season across the last 10 seasons. Next up on the team’s slate are matches against Ivy rivals Yale and Dartmouth.
Harvard relied on its defense on Saturday to battle the defending Ivy League Champions to a draw. Despite some close calls, including a shot that ricocheted off the crossbar for the Crimson, the game ended locked at 0-0.
The Crimson celebrates a goal in 2019. Harvard would have reason to celebrate in the 13th minute Tuesday after knotting the game at 1-1, but New Hampshire would go on to close with two unanswered goals for a 3-1 win.
Dribbling their way to victory, Harvard Men's Soccer captures a victory over the Vermont Catamounts.
Junior forward Duncan Sutherland, pictured above in 2019, was instrumental in helping set up the Crimson's first goal in its 2-1 OT victory over the Catamounts.
Senior quarterback Jake Smith drives the ball downfield in Harvard's last home opener, also against Brown, a 42-7 victory.
Junior forward Duncan Sutherland corrals possession against Merrimack in a 2019 draw, the last time Harvard played the Warriors before Tuesday's victory.
Senior forward Nico Garcia-Morillo surveys the field in a 2019 game. Garcia-Morillo led Harvard with four shots against Quinnipiac.
Junior running back Aaron Shampklin, Saturday's leading rusher with 183 yards and two touchdowns, rushes in 2018's Harvard-Yale game at Fenway Park.
Sophomore running back Aidan Borguet, pictured above in 2019 against Yale, opened the Crimson's scoring attack on Saturday. Borguet posted a whopping 269 yards and four touchdowns in that Yale game, and against Georgetown, he earned 85 yards and a touchdown on seven carries.
With two games now in the books, the Crimson is looking to rebuild the level of chemistry that won the 2019 squad (pictured above) a national championship.
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