Jake Suddleson '20 takes an at-bat in a 2019 matchup with the Yale Bulldogs. In the 2019 campaign, Suddleson's junior season, the now-member of the Oakland Athletics organization put together a 0.372 batting average with 11 home runs.
Pictured above in September, Sophomore Alex Tsotadze helped lead the offensive attack against Princeton, netting two goals in the victory.
Senior guard Justin Bassey skies to the hoop in a late-February Ivy League tilt. In his senior season, the Denver native started all 29 games, averaging 28.2 minutes per contest, before the season ended with the cancellation of the Ivy League Tournament.
Harvard celebrates its decisive goal in a 1-0 win over Penn last season. The Crimson program will look to do more celebrating as it returns most of its 2019 core and will get a boost from a program-best recruiting class.
While many winter sports had their seasons abruptly cut short in early March due to the evacuation of campus and NCAA cancellations in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the 2019-2020 winter athletic season was nonetheless a source of energetic competition for Harvard Athletics. The Crimson Multimedia Staff went into this season’s archive to look back and share some of The Crimson’s previously unpublished sports photos from this past winter season.
Aiken played in just seven games his senior season, allowing him to apply for a medical redshirt.
Chris Lewis dunks for two of his 13 points. He was one of seven Harvard seniors honored on senior night at Lavietes Pavilion, but his efficient performance was not enough to extend the Crimson's six game winning streak.
The Crimson will be one of four teams to compete for an NCAA Tournament bid in two weeks.
Noah Kirkwood rises for a shot against Princeton. The sophomore guard has become Harvard's go-to scorer in the absence of Bryce Aiken, averaging over 15 points per game in the last nine.
Sophomore forward Mason Forbes tallied four blocks in Friday's win over Princeton.
Harvard's bench celebrates a three pointer in a blowout win over Cornell. The Crimson will hope for more performances like that one down the stretch.
The Harvard men's squash team has won 25 consecutive matches, dating back to the beginning of last season.
The Crimson struggled to impose a full 60-minute game on its opponents this weekend, coming up with just one point out of a possible four.
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