Born less than a day apart in the same hospital in Hawaii, Harvard freshmen Buddy Scott and Hong have always been side by side. From preschool and kindergarten through their senior year of high school, the two always had one another. Now, they play together on the Harvard men's volleyball team
After three illustrious seasons at Harvard, the blue-liner will forego his senior campaign, for which he was elected a tri-captain, and embark on his NHL career.
On Sunday afternoon, the Dallas Cowboys announced the signing of Harvard senior and undrafted free agent Larry Allen Jr.
The 20-year-old Homegrown Player — who hails from nearby Wayne, Pa., — subbed in for starting goalkeeper Andre Blake about 10 minutes into the second half after Blake suffered a groin injury.
Freshman thrower Sam Welsh is no stranger to success. Coming into his collegiate career with a national title and a state record in the discus and a personal record of 59-1 in the shot put, Welsh was already one of the most decorated throwers in the country. The most surprising thing about Welsh’s success? He had never thrown in a competition until his junior year of high school.
For the first time, but certainly not the last, in her lengthy and lucrative tenure as Harvard’s head softball coach, Jenny Allard was moments away from making history.
After back to back Ivy League title losses in 2016 and 2017, Harvard softball looked to finally clinch that coveted Ivy title in their 2018 run. Starting off the season strong, the Crimson looked to make a statement that showed that they would not be denied an Ivy title again.
With seven duos from high school linking again in college, the team’s locker room atmosphere is strong.
The 2018-2019 iteration of the Crimson convened for one final time on Monday, where team members voted in the triad of letter-wearers — only the second instance of three captains in program history.
Just as Harvard was ready to saunter away from the quagmire that is Operation Varsity Blues, we were hit with an admissions scandal on our own front piste.
Jacob Russell '19 and his friend Patrick Dewey will be among just 10 tandems allowed to run the Boston Marathon next Monday.