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Leading the Pack

Multiple Harvard men's cross country runners cluster to the front of the pack at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships earlier this season. Last weekend, both the men's and women's programs capped their seasons at NCAA Nationals, with 12th and 25th-place finishes respectively.


Crimson and Gold

The Harvard women's cross country team celebrates its 2021 Ivy League Championship on October 30th. Crimson women's XC won NCAA Northeast regionals this past weekend, with the men's team finishing second as they both gear up for NCAA nationals this weekend.


Crimson and Gold

The Harvard women's cross country team celebrates its 2021 Ivy League Championship on October 30th. Crimson women's XC won NCAA Northeast regionals this past weekend, with the men's team finishing second as they both gear up for NCAA nationals this weekend.


We Are the Champions

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.


Dynamic Duo

First-year Angel You and senior Rachel Lim play doubles together earlier in the season. Over the weekend, the pair contributed again for the Crimson, including singles victories for both You and Lim against Columbia, 6-2, 6-3 and 6-4, 6-4, respectively.


Fresh Off the Block

Harvard men's cross country faces off against Yale at an event a couple of years ago. Both men's and women's cross country teams are prepared to face their conference rivals at the Ivy League Championships on October 30th.