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Harvard running back Aaron Shampklin hops over a Harvard teammate with a football in hand.

Just another hurdle: Leaping over guard Eric Wilson (68), Harvard running back Aaron Shampklin sails through a hole last season against Princeton. Shampklin had a breakout season in 2018, leading the Ivy League in rushing with 105.3 yards per game.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Sports

Prospects, rules changes, a Rose Bowl centennial, pro players, a return from a shattering injury—and a tragic loss

9.11.19

Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words

May-June 2019

Noah Kirkwood ’22, the Ivy League Rookie of the Year, emerged as one of Harvard’s top offensive threats.

Photograph by Gavin Baker/Sideline Photos

Basketball teams fall short of NCAAs again.

May-June 2019

After missing the first few games of the 2019 season with a concussion, Skinner has been among the Ivy League leaders in on-base percentage.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

 

For speedy center fielder Ben Skinner, slowing down is key.

May-June 2019

A brief history

3.15.19

This year's Ivy League basketball tournaments will be played this weekend at Yale's John J. Lee Amphitheater, which seats 2,800 and was the site of a thrilling playoff game between the Harvard and Princeton men in 2011. Photograph by David Silverman/Yale Athletics

Inside the debate over where to play the Ivy League basketball tournament

3.15.19

Click arrow for full image: Kieran Tuntivate ’20, shoeless and in the lead

Photograph by Gavin Baker/Sideline Photos

7,700 meters of grit and pain

May-June 2019

Tommy Amaker identifies Justin Bassey ’20 (shown here against North Carolina) as the team's most valuable player.
Photograph by Tim Cowie/Harvard Athletics Communications

Junior guard Justin Bassey

3.8.19

A.J. Mleczko interviews Buffalo Sabre Jason Pominville before a November game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Her broadcasting career began in 2005 with a cold call from NBC.

Photograph by Bill Wippert/NHLI via Getty Images

Hockey champion A.J. Mleczko in the broadcast booth

March-April 2019

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