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Batch Catch: Having beaten Columbia's Fara'ad McCombs, Crimson junior wide receiver James Batch prepares to reel in a first-quarter touchdown pass.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

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Another crushing defeat for Harvard.

11.10.19

Batch Catch: Having beaten Columbia's Fara'ad McCombs, Crimson junior wide receiver James Batch prepares to reel in a first-quarter touchdown pass.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Another crushing defeat for Harvard.

11.10.19

Harvard defensive back Max Jones knocks a ball out of the hands of Dartmouth wide receiver Drew Estrada
Max effort: On a first-quarter interception, Harvard junior defensive back Max Jones makes a mid-air steal from Dartmouth wide receiver Drew Estrada. 
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

 

The Crimson lose in heartbreaking fashion.

11.3.19

Harvard wide receiver runs up field, away from Princeton defenders.

He went thataway: With the Harvard sideline supplying motivation, Jack Cook sets sail for the Princeton end zone to complete a 73-yard pass-and-run touchdown that gave the Crimson a halftime lead. The senior wideout had eight receptions for 141 yards, both game highs.

Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard falls to the undefeated Princeton Tigers.

10.27.19

Photograph of the Murr Center

The Murr Center

Photograph by Daderot/Wikicommons

Outgoing athletics director Bob Scalise on recruitment, sports and society, and the educational role of sports

10.25.19

Harvard senior Cody Chrest runs with ball in hand

Cody Express: Having nabbed a pass from quarterback Jake Smith, Harvard senior wideout Cody Chrest (team-high four catches) outlegs Holy Cross defensive back Devin Haskins for a 68-yard touchdown.

Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard prevails at Holy Cross Homecoming. 

10.20.19

Portrait of Robert L. Scalise

Robert L. Scalise

Photograph by Gil Talbot

Scalise has been Nichols Family Director of Athletics for the past 18 years.

10.17.19

Sophomore Jon Sot averaged a staggering 56.3 yards on three boots. Meanwhile, a second Crimson punter, junior Sean McKeough, also had a booming day, averaging 41.2 yards on four kicks.

Potent punters: Sophomore Jon Sot averaged a staggering 56.3 yards on three boots. Meanwhile, a second Crimson punter, junior Sean McKeogh, also had a booming day, averaging 41.2 yards on four kicks. 

Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

Harvard defeats Cornell in its third straight win.

10.13.19

Paul Lee (left) holds the Little Red Flag replica in 2012. Also shown (clockwise from top left) are Spencer Ervin, Jeffrey Lee, and Stephen Goodhue.

Paul Lee ’46 holds the replica Little Red Flag in this 2012 photograph. Surrounding him (clockwise from upper left) are Spencer Ervin ’54, Jeffrey Lee ’74, and Stephen Goodhue ’51.

Photograph courtesy of Judy Goodhue

Who’ll carry the traditionalists’ Little Red Flag?

November-December 2019

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