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No. 2 Men’s Heavyweight Crew Races Past No. 10 Cornell, No. 15 George Washington

No. 2 Men’s Heavyweight Crew Races Past No. 10 Cornell, No. 15 George Washington

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The second-ranked Harvard men's heavyweight crew started its spring slate off in victorious fashion, winning all four races on the Charles River against No. 10 Cornell and No. 15 George Washington.

The heavyweight men were the first on the water Saturday morning on a busy day of racing that featured all four Harvard-Radcliffe crews in action. The morning racing featured temperatures around 40 degrees and winds at 10 mph to the northwest. Conditions on the water were slightly choppy.

The varsity eight culminated the racing for the heavyweights and they did not disappoint for the fans in attendance on the sunny morning. Breaking away from its counterpoint from Ithaca, New York, Harvard clocked in at 6:04.686 in its first official competition of the season, besting the Big Red by 10 seconds.

The Crimson's second and third varsity eights provided a precursor to that result, as both notched wins over Cornell and GW. The second varsity completed its first race of the season in 6:14.269, edging Cornell by just under six seconds. The third varsity created extra separation from its competition and won by a 12.3-second margin in a time of 6:14.3. The fourth varsity eight capped the day with a 10-second win over the Big Red. 

BOATINGS
1V: Cole Durbin (coxswain), Liam Corrigan (stroke), Sam Hardy (7), Alexander Richards (6), David Ambler (5), Samuel Meijer (4), Conor Harrity (3), Daniel Bridgwater (2), Jack Kelley (bow) 

2V: George Cozens (coxswain), Dominic Glover (stroke), Ethan Seder (7), Joseph Johnson (6), Lucas Clarke (5), James Clarke (4), Travis Taaffe (3), Nicholas Plaut (2), Jack Luby (bow)

3V: Jennifer Kunes (coxswain), Ryan Rasmussen (stroke), Christian Tabash (7), Samuel Monkley (6), Andrew Morley (5), David Fleming (4), Carter Dickinson (3), Curtis McLeod (2), Andre Dempsey (bow)

4V: Nicolas Yan (coxswain), Anthony Kenny (stroke), Max Mezger (7), Pieter Quinton (6), Lars Lorch (5), Christopher Fenaroli (4), Benjamin Strathmore (3), Jack Richards (2), Niels Laurberg (bow) 

5V: Katherine Wang (coxswain), Bryce Anderson (stroke), Travis Anderson (7), David Orner (6), Alexander Green (5), Marshall Sloane (4), Zachary Keller (3), Randle Steinbeck (2), Andrew Haimovici (bow) 

RESULTS
1V
1. Harvard – 6:04.686
2. Cornell – 6:14.983
3. George Washington – 6:19.445

2V
1. Harvard – 6:14.269
2. Cornell – 6:20.421
3. George Washington – 6:31.207 

3V
1. Harvard – 6:14.3
2. Cornell – 6:26.6
3. George Washington – 6:31.9 

4V
1. Harvard4V – 6:26.0
2.  Cornell – 6:36.2
3. Harvard5V – 7:01.0

UP NEXT
Harvard heads to Providence, Saturday, April 7 to take on Brown for the Stein Cup.

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