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Bye, Boggs.

Former sports chair William C. Boggs poses in front of the Crimson office for a portrait in December 2021. Boggs, a two-year chair, also wrote about the men's ice hockey team while at Harvard.

O Say, Can You Senior

Seniors Eric Li, Campbell Schoenfeld, and Jason Shen guard the backcourt against an incoming serve in a match against Charleston. The trio provided kills, digs, and leadership consistently throughout the team’s successful season

Come Together

Harvard women's basketball participates in Crimson Madness for its season opener on March 15, 2021. Team will now be led by Carrie Moore after over 40 years under the helm of Head Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith.

Fun Run 2

Harvard women's track and field competes in the Crimson Elite meet on Jan. 31, 2020. Although it had been away from competition for nearly two years, it has started off its spring season strong in 2022.

Eyes on the Prize

Then-first-year Philip Conigliaro wrestles against Brian Krawsowki in a match on Feb. 1, 2020. In 2020, Conigliaro took third place at the EIWA Championships. This year, during his sophomore campaign, he took first place at the EIWA Championships and was the No. 8 seed in the NCAA tournament.

Count 'Em

Harvard men's swimming and diving competes in the 2020 Ivy League Championships at Blodgett Pool. It won a title that weekend, which it successfully defended last week in Princeton, N.J.

Rocky Rhode

Senior guard Noah Kirkwood (10), sophomore guard Sam Silverstein (20), and senior forward Kale Catchings (24) battle for a rebound in a 64-57 loss to Rhode Island on Dec. 1. This weekend, the Crimson lost twice and were eliminated from playoff contention.