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Men’s Heavyweight Crew Takes Fourth at Head of the Charles

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's heavyweight crew team placed fourth overall in the men's championship race Sunday.

On an unseasonably warm day on the Charles River, the Crimson was the third collegiate team to clock in, trailing California and Yale. Coxed by senior Cole Durbin and stroked by junior Liam Corrigan, the Crimson clocked in at 13:34.693. Yale edged the Crimson by four seconds, while Northeastern took fifth in 13:41.305.

Harvard's second boat in the championship race, coxed by Jennifer Kunes, finished in 16th place.

The championship four boat placed 12th in 16:21.238.

For a full list of results from the Head of the Charles, click here.  

Championship Eights
Harvard A: 13:34.693
8: Liam Corrigan, 7: Lars Lorch, 6: Arthur Doyle, 5: David Ambler, 4: Alexander Richards, 3: John Harrity, 2: Samuel Meijer, 1: Sam Hardy, c: Cole Durbin

Harvard B: 14:07.063
8: D. Bridgwater, 7: Jack Kelley, 6: E. Seder, 5: Travis Taaffe, 4: David Fleming, 3: Benjamin Cohen, 2: S. Monkley, 1: James Clarke, c: Jennifer Kunes 

Championship Fours
Harvard: 16:21.238
4: Dominic Glover, 3: Andrew Morley, 2: Pieter Quinton, 1: Andre Dempsey, c: Nicolas Yan

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