Upperclassmen Martin Eiermann and Will Newell are joined in the varsity stern four by sophomores Austin Meyer and Tim Moore (from left).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--The second-ranked Harvard lightweight crew seeks its first hardware of the season as it visits Hanover, N.H., to race No. 10 Dartmouth and No. 11 MIT for the Biglin Bowl Saturday morning.
9 a.m. ??? Second Freshman Eight
9:20 a.m. ??? Freshman Eight
9:40 a.m. ??? Second/Third Varsity Eights
10 a.m. ??? Varsity Eight
Checking in with Coach Butt
Scroll down for a video interview with Harvard head coach Charley Butt, who discusses the team's progress so far this spring and looks ahead to Saturday's racing and the rest of the season.
Cox: Dexter Louie, 8: Tim Moore, 7: Austin Meyer, 6: Will Newell, 5: Martin Eiermann, 4: Billy Hennrikus, 3: Andrew Trott, 2: Jared Dourdeville, 1: James Stewart
Second Varsity Eight
Cox: Lizzy Maybank, 8: Tyler Caldwell, 7: Ben Bayley, 6: Tom Nesel, 5: Sean Duncan, 4: Michael Murray, 3: Benjamin Tuyp, 2: Andrew Corcoran, 1: Michael Silvestri
Third Varsity Eight
Cox: Angela Chang, 8: Jordan Cotton, 7: Gary Pellisier, 6: Matt Gibbons, 5: Christopher Oland, 4: Collin Rees, 3: Martin Wallner, 2: Joshua Foote, 1: Kevin Fiamingo
Cox: Paul Farber, 8: Florian Mayr, 7: Erich Schultze, 6: James Groeneveld, 5: Nicholas Gates, 4: Michael Paresky, 3: Tom Foley, 2: Matt O'Leary, 1: Alex Newell
Second Freshman Eight
Cox: Alex Saal, 8: Kevin Connolly, 7: Gabriel Lloyd, 6: Craig Herron, 5: Arturo Villanueva, 4: Chris Henderson, 3: AJ Carvalho, 2: Francisco Triana, 1: Simon Maas
The Crimson (5-0) defeated four top-10 teams in two regattas separated by one day and more than 300 miles. On Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y., Harvard won four of five races against No. 6 Cornell and No. 8 Penn. The varsity eight won by 11 seconds, while the second varsity eight and both freshman eights registered victories.
Harvard returned home to sweep five races from No. 5 Georgetown and No. 9 Saint Joseph's. The varsity eight beat the second-place Hoyas by 5.7 seconds and finished 32 seconds ahead of the Hawks. The other Crimson boats cruised to wins by more than 11 seconds each.
Harvard finished more than 12 seconds ahead of the rest of the varsity eight field as part of a four-race sweep of the Big Green and Engineers last season on the Charles River. The Dartmouth varsity edged MIT by just six-tenths of a second for second place.
Last season's win was Harvard's 46th in the 55-year history of the Biglin Bowl regatta. MIT won the inaugural race and has captured the trophy four other times since. Dartmouth has four titles and has alternated wins with Harvard over the last four years.