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Timothy R. O'Meara

Timothy R. O'Meara '20 is Associate Multimedia Editor for Sports.

Photographer Timothy R. O'Meara can be reached at tim.o'meara@thecrimson.com. Follow him on Twitter @tromeara.

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The Show-ataz
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The Show-ataz

Harvard squash star Hana Moataz competes in a Feb. 8, 2019 match against Yale. Moataz was one of three Egyptian-born players on the Crimson roster.

Man of the People
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Man of the People

Junior forward and captain Nick Abruzzese celebrates with his team in a 7-1 victory over St. Lawrence on March 7, 2020. Abruzzese's leadership was critical in Harvard's 2022 ECAC triumph.

Chuck to Buck(nell)
Women's Water Polo

Chuck to Buck(nell)

Harvard women's water polo faced off against Bucknell on March 3, 2019. This past weekend, they played in the Crimson's first-ever College Water Polo Association (CWPA) championship game and fell to No. 7 Michigan.

Chuck to Buck(nell)
Women's Water Polo

Chuck to Buck(nell)

Harvard women's water polo faced off against Bucknell on March 3, 2019. This past weekend, they played in the Crimson's first-ever College Water Polo Association (CWPA) championship game and fell to No. 7 Michigan.

Prolific Polo
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Prolific Polo

Then-senior forward Kristin Chen '19 looks to push the action in a back-and-forth thriller against Bucknell on March 3, 2019. Harvard, ranked No. 15 at the time, bested Bucknell 8-6 at Blodgett Pool.

Setting Sail
Sailing

Setting Sail

Harvard sailing attended NE Women's Championships on April 20, 2019. More recently, they attended the NEISA Team Race Championships in Cambridge, M.A.

Columbia Celly
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Columbia Celly

The Crimson celebrate during a playoff game versus Columbia in May of 2019.

Ship Sailed
Sailing

Ship Sailed

Harvard sailing participates in the NE Women's Championship on April 20, 2019. Over the weekend, the Crimson competed at the interconference Marchiando Team Race, the Dellenbaugh Trophy (NEISA Women's Team Race Championship), and the BU Trophy Fleet Race.

JESUS KRISTEN
Women's Water Polo

JESUS KRISTEN

Then-senior attacker Kristen Hong fires a shot in an 8-6 victory over Bucknell on March 3, 2019. This past weekend, the Crimson again won by two goals in the pool, this time over Princeton on Saturday.

Soarin, Flyin
Women's Swimming

Soarin, Flyin

Six Swings
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Six Swings

Then-junior Chad Minato takes a swing against Yale on April 6, 2019.

A Touch of Grace
Women's Lacrosse

A Touch of Grace

Then first-year midfielder Grace Hulslander prepares to shoot in an 18-8 victory over Yale on March 24, 2019. Nearly three years later, Hulslander helped the Crimson claim a 9-8 victory over Penn in its Ivy League opener.

Marco Polo
Women's Water Polo

Marco Polo

Then-first year attacker Borden Wahl readies to shoot in a March 3, 2019, battle against Bucknell, which the Crimson won, 8-6. This weekend, Wahl and Harvard won a trio of games to open conference play.

END GOAL
Baseball

END GOAL

The Crimson’s last full season (2019) ended in the NCAA Tourney with losses to Okla. State and UConn. Harvard will defend its 2019 Ivy crown for the first time in 2022.

Squish Squash
Women's Squash

Squish Squash

Harvard women's squash competes against Trinity during the 2018 Howe Cup finals, in which it won its fourth straight national title. This weekend, the Crimson made that streak seven.

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