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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

Sports

Harvard defeats Cornell in its third straight win.

10.13.19

Illustration by Michael Witte

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Illustration by Michael Witte

Roger Angell tees off, David Halberstam survives the Charles, and more

May-June 2017

Oars raised after the race: (from left) Hugh Crane, Garrett Olmsted, Gib Vincent, Roger Cheever, Scott Steketee, Phil Tonks, Bobby Baker, Bill Endicott, and Gerry Goulet.

Oars raised after the race: (from left) Hugh Crane, Garrett Olmsted, Gib Vincent, Roger Cheever, Scott Steketee, Phil Tonks, Bobby Baker, Bill Endicott, and Gerry Goulet.

Photograph by LG/Harvard Magazine

In this year’s Head of the Charles, one alumni crew celebrates 50 years since their first regatta outing.

10.27.16

Charley Butt

Charley Butt succeeds the legendary Harry Parker as Harvard's heavyweight men's crew coach.

May-June 2015

Harvard crew has a winning season

July-August 2014

The undefeated varsity heavies in action at the Sprints

Takes heavyweight final and the 2014 Rowe Cup

5.20.14

Harvard pays tribute to the late legendary crew coach.

8.19.13

Harry Parker

The head men's heavyweight crew coach at Harvard for 51 years died at age 77.

September-October 2013

Winning oarsmen (left to right)  James O’Connor, Josh Hicks, Charles Risbey, and Andrew Holmes celebrate.

Harry Parker's last crew takes the Visitors’ Challenge Cup at England's Royal Regatta

7.8.13

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