|Bobby Harraka- Men's Soccer|
|Gabby DelPico- Women's Soccer|
|Chloe Royston- Women's Golf|
|Noah Hodge- Men's Water Polo|
|Henry von der Schulenburg- Men's Tennis|
|Evelyn Gray- Women's Volleyball|
|Mihaela Marculescu- Women's Tennis|
|Casey Allen- Field Hockey|
Bobby Harraka, Men's Soccer - Harraka put together another strong performance in net, recording nine saves against Vermont. In just three career appearances, the first year has accumulated 24 saves which leads all Ivy goalkeepers and also ranks top-20 in the nation in both the total saves and saves per game categories.
Gabby DelPico, Women’s Soccer – Led the Crimson with five points on the week, helping the Crimson to a 2-1 record with wins over UMass and UConn … Tallied first-career point with an assist against San Francisco … Scored first-two career goals at Connecticut, helping Harvard to a 3-1 win.
Chloe Royston, Women’s Golf – Tallied first-career individual tournament victory, finishing at -8 after shooting 70-66 over 36 holes … Her second-round 66 tied the best round for a Harvard player in program history.
Noah Hodge, Men’s Water Polo – Sophomore Noah Hodge totaled 31 saves and 5 assists on the weekend….Tallied 14 saves against Fordham, four shy of his career-high…Held No. 9 UC San Diego to only nine goals in the match .
Henry von der Schulenburg, Men’s Tennis – First-year Henry von der Schulenburg defeated Mattias Siimar from Michigan in straight sets (6-2, 6-2)at the Napa Valley Classic to capture his first career win at Harvard in his first match…The last time a first-year won a debut singles match in straight sets was in 2016.
Evelyn Gray, Women’s Volleyball- Junior co-captain Evelyn Gray was named to the Thunderdome Classic All-Tournament team after leading the Crimson attack through all three matches this weekend. The Washington, D.C. native recorded 22 kills, including a match-high 12 to hit .393 on the night in the Crimson’s match against host UC Santa Barbara.
Mihaela Marculescu, women’s tennis – In her collegiate debut, Marculescu was crowned champion of the Manhattan Draw at the Columbia Invitational. In the final match, Marculescu defeated Columbia’s Jennifer Kerr to earn the top spot and begin her Harvard career with a 3-0 record. In doubles action, the first-year teamed up with Demi Snyder to make another run to the finals in the Flight C doubles draw. Although the duo fell in the match 6-3, they put together impressive wins over teams from Colgate (6-1) and St. John’s (6-4) in the preliminary rounds.
Casey Allen, Field Hockey - Allen scored her first goal of the season on Thursday against No. 18 Stanford, putting in a rebound off a penalty corner with 1:38 to play in regulation to knot the game at 1-1. Allen has factored in on two of Harvard's three goals on the year and leads the team with three points.