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We Are the Champions

By Courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
Junior Isabell Sagar, pictured above earlier in the season, finished third overall in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship with a time of 20:31.8. Sagar's individual effort was one of many that helped power the Crimson women to 37 points and the team first-place finish.
Junior Isabell Sagar, pictured above earlier in the season, finished third overall in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship with a time of 20:31.8. Sagar's individual effort was one of many that helped power the Crimson women to 37 points and the team first-place finish.

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