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No. 4 Men’s Heavyweight Crew Battles No. 6 Brown for Stein Cup Saturday

No. 4 Men’s Heavyweight Crew Battles No. 6 Brown for Stein Cup Saturday

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 4 Harvard men's heavyweight crew makes the short jaunt to Providence and the Seekonk River Saturday morning to challenge No. 6 Brown for the Stein Cup.

SCHEDULE
12:50 p.m. – 5V
1:10 p.m. – 4V
1:30 p.m. – 3V
1:50 p.m. – 2V
2:10 p.m. – 1V 

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), Lars Lorch (7), Arthur Doyle (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), Samuel Monkley (6), Andrew Haimovici (5), Pieter Quinton (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), Christopher Fenaroli (4), Zachary Keller (3), Henry Lynch (2), Marshall Sloane (1)

SCOUTING BROWN
The sixth-ranked Bears are 1-1 on the season. In its opener March 24, Brown defeated Boston University by five seconds for the Michalson Cup, but fell a week later to Yale by seven seconds for the Albert Cup. 

STEIN CUP HISTORY
The Crimson boasts a 44-9 advantage all-time in the Stein Cup race against the Bears. Harvard has won the last seven meetings. The Crimson earned the victory a year ago by nine seconds.

IN THE POLLS
Harvard opened the season at No. 4 in the USRowing Coaches Poll and retain that position in the latest poll released on April 4.

Week

Position

March 21
March 28
April 4

4
2
4

LAST YEAR
In head-to-head competition, the Crimson was 6-1 last season. At Eastern Sprints on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Harvard placed second and at the IRA National Championship on Lake Natoma in California, the Crimson placed third. 

UP NEXT
Harvard returns home to host Princeton April 14 with the Compton Cup up for grabs.

 

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS