Jake Smith, Football – Against Princeton, Jake Smith threw for a career-high 268 yards (20-of-31 passing) and added 52 yards on the ground.
Ryan Donato, Men’s Hockey – Donato led the Crimson with a five-point night (three goals, two assists), including a hat trick in Harvard’s 7-2 exhibition win over the U.S. NTDP U-18 Team. Donato scored twice in the first six minutes of the game, the first goal coming just :12 into the game on a breakaway after forcing a USA turnover at the blue line. He completed the hat trick with an early second period goal.
Philip Hausen, Men’s Soccer – Scored his team-leading third goal of the season in the 84th minute against Princeton on Saturday Oct. 21…Currently is Harvard’s stat leader with three goals and three assists for nine points on the season.
Austin Sechrest, Men’s Water Polo – Sophomore Austin Sechrest netted at least one goal in each of the four games Harvard played over the weekend in California. In Harvard’s 11-10 win over Santa Clara, Sechrest scored two, and again found the back of the net twice in Harvard’s 19-6 win over Fresno Pacific. Sechrest finished out the weekend with four more goals, three against San Jose State and one against UC Davis. He now has 48 goals total. The Crimson split the weekend, 2-2.
Beth Larcom, Women's Hockey - Larcom backstopped the Crimson to a 4-1 victory in the season opener against Dartmouth with 23 saves and a .958 save percentage. Larcom ranks second in the ECAC in save percentage and is tied for second with a 1.00 goals against average.
Linda Liedel, Women’s Soccer – Netted her second-career goal against Princeton, taking a ball from classmate Maria DiMartinis and junior Niki Young and burying a turnaround shot into the back of the net … Co-leads all rookies with two goals this season … One of two freshmen in the League to score a goal over the past week.
Irene Lu, Women’s Tennis – Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regional singles tournament with two, two-set victories against St. Francis and Columbia in the first and second round…She moved on to the quarterfinals following a three-set win over Ana Yrazusta, 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (2).
Grace Roberts Burbank, Women's Volleyball - Roberts Burbank totaled 17 kills in the three-set victory over Dartmouth on just 40 attempts for a .300 hitting percentage. The sophomore is now averaging a team high 2.92 kills per set, placing her in the top-10 of the Ivy League.
Week One: Leah Mohammadi, Women's Soccer
Week Two: Paolo Belloni-Urso, Men's Soccer
Week Three: Maddie Earle, Field Hockey
Week Four: Kathleen Young, Field Hockey
Week Five: Jenny Kronish, Women's Rugby
Week Six: Erin Wright, Women’s Rugby
Week Seven: Neha Gupta, Women's Tennis