Poll: What Was the Greatest Moment in Harvard Sports History?

From Charlie Brickley’s amazing 1913 Yale Game feat to the fourteenth-seeded men's basketball win over New Mexico in 2013, vote for the greatest moment in Harvard sports history.

The Harvard men’s basketball team’s victory over New Mexico in the West Regional not only stunned the unwitting, but also made history: It was the Crimson’s first-ever win in the NCAA tournament. But where does it rank among Harvard sports high points?  Here are a magnificent seven. 

April 14, 2013 update: The poll is closed; the results are listed below.

 

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