Crowds line a bridge to watch the action as a Bates College women’s eight passes by.
Two boats race each other on the Charles River during the Head of the Charles on Sunday.
The Harvard men’s championship eight took fourth place on Sunday afternoon, edged out by Yale, Dartmouth, and Washington.
The Radcliffe women’s championship four (Sarah Averill, Morgan Blind, Catherine Van Stone, and Bridget Galloway) raced to a sixth-place finish under the guidance of coxswain Sophie Haugen. Princeton took first in the event.
Sophomore midfielder Willem Ebbinge advances the ball up the field in a match against Boston earlier this season. Ebbinge picked up two assists in Tuesday's game against Holy Cross, bringing his team-leading assist total to eight on the season.
Senior prop/lock Erica Jarrell sprints away from defenders during Harvard's win over Brown. Jarrell's Crimson remains undefeated on the season.
First-year forward Alessandro Arlotti controls a pass as junior forward Martin Vician watches on in a matchup against Boston University. The pair were vital in Harvard’s late rally vs. No.24 Cornell as both scored and assisted.
Junior center forward Angela Caloia (#10) led the scoring charge for the Crimson against Cornell, netting two of Harvard's four goals.
The Harvard defensive line, led by junior Truman Jones, gears up for a confrontation with Big Red offensive line in Saturday's matchup.
Senior quarterback Jake Smith hands the ball off to Aaron Shampklin. The junior running back has enjoyed a strong start to the 2021 campaign, with 376 rushing yards and four scores to his credit through three games.
Sophomore running back Aidan Borguet leaves a pair of Holy Cross defenders in the dust. Borguet finished last Saturday’s contest with 59 rushing yards and a touchdown.
Sophomore midfielder Willem Ebbinge leads the attack, netting his third assist of the season on the way to a 2-1 victory for Harvard.
First-year Midfielder Hannah Bebar prepares to shoot in Harvard’s win over Kansas on September 19. Against Yale on Saturday, Harvard took the lead early in the second half and did not look back.
Junior defensive lineman Jacob Sykes pursues Holy Cross sophomore quarterback Marco Siderman. For the third consecutive game, the front seven was a story for the Crimson, contributing to the Harvard defensive effort that saw three sacks, four turnovers, and only 13 points allowed.
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