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Senior Niki Young has seen action in seven games this season, starting two. The Kirkland House resident has 12 total starts in her Crimson career.
Junior midfielder Matthew Glass has started in all seven contests this season for the Crimson.
The Crimson offensive line has kept sophomore quarterback Jake Smith above the turf in all but two plays this season.
Senior midfielder Emily Duarte contributed three points in Harvard's 6-0 victory over Yale on Sep. 21.
Junior Justice-Shelton Mosley has the fourth highest number of career receptions of any Harvard player ever, with 137.
The Ivy League is the only conference that does not opt-in to advancing a team to the football playoff.
Although Harvard fought its opponent to the very end, it ultimately fell to Dartmouth in five sets.
Against No. 18 Maine, Maddie Earle earned her first ever hat trick — scoring on all three targets.
Senior wide out and returner Justice Shelton-Mosley leaps over a Brown defender.
Harvard's defensive line stymied the Brown offensive production all night, limiting the home team to 32 yards rushing.
Senior defensive back Zach Miller serves as the lone Crimson captain.
The Harvard team awaits the coin flip to see if they will kick or receive to start the contest.
Brown students cheer on their team in the Friday night contest.
Brown quarterback Michael McGovern monopolized the first drive of the game for his team, meriting only a three points.
Brown kicker Dylan Brady punts a kick through the uprights for the first points of the Ivy League season.