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Harmoni Turner '25 brings the basketball up the court.

Harmoni Turner '25 had 21 points, 13 assists, and 10 rebounds, making her just the sixth player in Ivy League history to earn a triple-double.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletics

 

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Women’s basketball demolishes Towson in the first round of the WNIT.

3.24.23

Harmoni Turner '25 brings the basketball up the court.

Harmoni Turner '25 had 21 points, 13 assists, and 10 rebounds, making her just the sixth player in Ivy League history to earn a triple-double.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletics

 

Women’s basketball demolishes Towson in the first round of the WNIT.

3.24.23

Chris Ledlum dunks the ball in the basket as opposing players trail behind him

Chris Ledlum makes a breakaway dunk after stealing the ball during a game last November against Loyola Chicago.

Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletics

Chris Ledlum ’23 makes his mark on the hardcourt.

2.22.23

Alejandro Montagna standing in front of a small airplane wearing a wingsuit

Alejandro Montagna (center) wearing in his webbed wingsuit, preparing to fly
Photograph courtesy of Alejandro Montagna

Wingsuit skydiver Alejandro Montagna on minimizing risk—at 150 mph

March-April 2023

Carrie Moore

Carrie Moore is in her first year as Delaney-Smith head coach of women's basketball.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletics Communications

Carrie Moore’s first season coaching the women’s basketball team 

1.12.23

Portrait of Edwin Bancroft Henderson

Edwin Bancroft Henderson

Portrait in the public domain

Edwin Bancroft Henderson and the history behind the Harvard-Howard game

12.15.22

People playing dodgeball on indoor trampolines

A rousing game of trampoline-dodgeball

Photograph courtesy of Launch

Trampoline parks—fun for all ages 

January-February 2023

 Harvard’s Truman Jones (90) and Khalil Dawsey corral Yale running back Joshua Pitsenberger.

DOUBLE TEAM Harvard’s Truman Jones (90) and Khalil Dawsey corral Yale running back Joshua Pitsenberger. Defensive lineman (and Crimson captain) Jones led the team with six sacks and was named to the All-Ivy first team.

Photograph by Juilian Giordano/The Harvard Crimson

Kings of the road, the football team struggled at home—and in The Game.

January-February 2023

Yale mascot Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog at The Game

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(1/5) DOG DAY AFTERNOON Yale's Handsome Dan XIX and a Harvard University Police dog wondered what the ruckus was all about. 

Photographs by Julian Giordano/The Harvard Crimson

A tough finish to a quirky season

11.20.22

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