Leah Mohammadi, Women’s Soccer – Scored two goals with one assist on the week, giving her seven goals and 16 points this season, both of which rank second in the Ivy League … Has scored in three-straight games, helping keep Harvard tied for first place in the Ivy League standings … Scored direct from a corner kick against Boston University, before slotting home the game-tying goal from the penalty spot against Brown, helping cap a three-goal comeback.
Jake Johnson, Men’s Swimming and Diving – Competed for Team USA at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Argentina and placed eighth in the finals of the 200 IM and the 200 fly, posting times of 2:05.39 and 2:01.62.
Jake McIntyre, Football - In Harvard's 33-31 game-winning victory over Holy Cross, McIntyre delivered the game-winning 25-yard field goal as time expired. He also added field goals of 34, 21 and 30 yards and had an extra point to finish with 13 points.
Maddie Earle, Field Hockey – Earle recorded her second career hat trick (both this season) in No. 11 Harvard’s 8-0 win over Cornell, helping the Crimson improve to 12-1 (4-0 Ivy) on the season. Earle has scored 10 goals in her last seven games, and now has two hat tricks on the season. (Sept. 23 vs. Maine, Oct. 13 vs. Cornell). Earle leads the Ivy League in scoring with 26 points (12 goals, 2 assists).
Matt Freese, Men's Soccer - Freese made multiple saves to help force double overtime against Brown, including one with 20 seconds remaining in regulation when a Bears player curled a shot from the left side 18-yard boundary.
Christina Cornelius, Women’s Volleyball- Led the Crimson attack all weekend, recording two double-doubles against Brown and Yale. The senior co-captain tied her career high of 18 kills at Brown, adding 10 blocks and nine digs to her tally for a near triple-double. Following up her banner night at Brown, Cornelius recorded 11 digs and a team-high 11 kills against league-leading Yale on Saturday night. The Los Angeles, Calif. native currently leads to the team in kills per set (2.72), attack percentage (.298) and blocks per set (1.13) after this weekend.
Blake Eversten, Men’s Cross Country – Crossed the finish line with a time of 25:17, securing his victory at the Western New England Invitational. The win marked his first collegiate victory and helped the Crimson win the Invite.
Kathryn Gillespie, Women’s Cross Country – Won the Western New England Invite, leading the Crimson as the top finishing team as well. She crossed the finish line with a time of 21:24, more than a minute faster than the second place finisher.
Charlie Owens, Men’s Water Polo – Recorded 10 goals, two steals, one block and two designated kick outs on the weekend. Owens team leading six goals against No. 17 Bucknell marks the second time this season the junior has recorded six goals or more in a single game.
Caitlin Weigel, Women’s Rugby – Weigel scored not one but two tries on Saturday against Notre Dame College. She took two passes at the goal line and powered through multiple defenders to get in the try zone.