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Katie Benzan ’20 (shown here in earlier action) has led the Crimson in scoring and assists during her first year on the team.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Sports

Harvard women’s basketball wins opening-round WNIT contest. 

3.17.17

<p class="caption">Frustrated in regulation by Princeton defenders such as Luke Catarius, Harvard&rsquo;s quarterback Joe Viviano prevailed in overtime, diving for a one-yard touchdown that gave the Crimson a 23-20 victory.</p>
<p class="credit">Matthew Deshaw/The Harvard Crimson</p>

After living on the edge, the football team confronts a shocking season-ending upset.

January-February 2017

The football team's faculty cheering section: Roger Porter (left) and Eric Nelson

Photograph by Harvard Magazine/LG

Watching The Game from the sidelines with Harvard football’s faculty fellows

11.21.16

Book it! With quarterback Joe Viviano (4) signaling, Charlie Booker headed for the end zone. The 27-yard bolt gave the Crimson a 7-0 lead.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

 “This is something we haven’t experienced in a long time.”

11.18.16

Joseph Foster gathers in the pass from quarterback Joe Viviano that pulled the Crimson to within two points of Penn, 14-12, late in the fourth quarter. Moments later, a two-point conversion pass from Justice Shelton-Mosley to Viviano tied the game.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

“Too many mistakes against a really good team”

11.13.16

On his way: Having caught a toss from quarterback Joe Viviano, Adam Scott heads goalward for the touchdown that gave Harvard a 28-14 lead.
Photograph by Tim O'Meara/The Harvard Crimson

After a rocky first half, Harvard holds off a Lions upset.

11.4.16

Takedown: Harvard defensive back Raishaun McGhee wrapped up Dartmouth receiver Houston Brown for one of his game-high 14 tackles. McGhee also had an interception that set up the Crimson’s first touchdown.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

The Crimson slips by the Big Green.

10.30.16

Frustrated in regulation by Princeton defenders such as Luke Catarius, Harvard's quarterback Joe Viviano prevailed in overtime, diving for a one-yard touchdown that gave the Crimson a 23-20 victory.

Photograph by Matthew Deshaw/The Harvard Crimson

A game the Crimson got away with

10.23.16

Harvard running back Noah Reimers exulted after his 14-yard bolt up the middle put the Crimson ahead 7-0 in the first period.

Photograph by Brian Foley

The Crusaders play spoiler. 

10.16.16

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