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

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Quiet Please
Men's Basketball

Quiet Please

Junior Seth Towns motions for the Princeton student section to quiet down after a late Harvard triple.

Up N' Under for 2
Men's Basketball

Up N' Under for 2

Junior Bryce Aiken put up 24 points in the second half to propel Harvard past Princeton on Friday night.

Roger Federer
Men's Basketball

Roger Federer

Freshman Noah Kirkwood drained four triples on the night, trailing just Aiken in offensive production.

Defensive MVP
Men's Basketball

Defensive MVP

In part due to Justin Bassey's defensive contributions, senior Myles Stephens was limited to three points in 38 minutes of play.

Beat of the Ball
Men's Basketball

Beat of the Ball

Sophomore guard Rio Haskett has regained a larger role in the Crimson rotation in recent weeks.

Leg Kick
Men's Lacrosse

Leg Kick

After slumping at the end of last season, Harvard is chomping at the bit.

The Arc of Hoops
Men's Basketball

The Arc of Hoops

First year guard Noah Kirkwood has averaged 9.2 points per game this season.

Beanpot Time
Women's Ice Hockey

Beanpot Time

In 2015, the Crimson knocked off then-No.1 BC to capture the Beanpot. It was the first for Harvard since 2010.

Shored Up in the Net
Women's Ice Hockey

Shored Up in the Net

Freshman Lindsay Reed's 52 saves on the night gave her the Bertagna Award, given to the Beanpot's top goaltender.

Contact but No Whistle
Women's Ice Hockey

Contact but No Whistle

After holding off two consecutive power-plays in the third period, junior forward Kat Hughes had a breakaway opportunity but was tripped up by a BU defender. No penalty was called.

Contact but No Whistle
Women's Ice Hockey

Contact but No Whistle

After holding off two consecutive power-plays in the third period, junior forward Kat Hughes had a breakaway opportunity but was tripped up by a BU defender. No penalty was called.

A Diving Shot
Women's Ice Hockey

A Diving Shot

The Crimson held most of the momentum in the overtime period but could not send one through the pipes.

A Dog Pit
Women's Ice Hockey

A Dog Pit

The BU Terriers captured its first-ever Beanpot title as a varsity program Tuesday night at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.

Swing of the Penndulum
Women's Basketball

Swing of the Penndulum

Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith's group approaches a crucial turning point in its season: a pair of home games against fellow Ivy League contenders Princeton and Penn.

Still On Top
Women's Squash

Still On Top

Women's squash took home its fourth-straight conference title, while the men's team secured its fifth crown in seven years.

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