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Men’s Heavyweight Crew Takes Fifth at 54th Head of the Charles

Photo by: Zack Williamson
Photo by: Zack Williamson

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's heavyweight crew team finished competition at the 54th Head of the Charles today, Oct. 21, recording a fifth-place overall mark across 33 teams in the men's championship race.

For the second consecutive year, the Crimson was the third collegiate team to clock in, trailing Yale in second and Brown in third. The men ended the race with a competitive time of 15:11.562. Brown edged Harvard by four seconds, while Yale clocked in at 14:52.556.

Harvard's second boat in the championship race finished in 16th place at 15:39.606.

In men's club eight action, Harvard earned a first-place finish, clocking in at 14:46.851, while the Crimson B boat came in eighth with the C boat following closely behind in ninth.

Full results from the regatta can be found here.

Championship Eights
Harvard A: 15:11.562
Cox: George Cozens; 8: Arthur Doyle, 7: Lars Lorch, 6: Clark Dean, 5: Andrew Morley, 4: Liam Corrigan, 3: Ethan Seder, 2: Sam Meijer, 1: Calvin Tarczy

Harvard B: 15:39.606
Cox: Nicolas Yan; 8: James Clarke, 7: Patrick Adams, 6: Douwe de Graaf, 5: Kenny Coplan, 4: Harrison Burke, 3: Lucas Clarke, 2: Thomas de Hertog, 1: Henry Jones

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