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No. 3 Men’s Heavyweight Crew Takes Down No. 12 Cornell, No. 15 George Washington

Photo by: Zack Williamson
Photo by: Zack Williamson

ITHACA, N.Y. – Kicking off its spring slate of racing on the road, the No. 3 Harvard men's heavyweight crew team took down both No. 12 Cornell and No. 15 George Washington in all four races today, April 6. The Crimson enjoyed flat water and no wind on Cayuga Lake, with a slight tail current.

Harvard's first varsity eight boat won in convincing fashion over the Big Red and Colonials, clocking in at 5:38.2 for a first-place mark, including a nine-second finish over second-place Cornell. The Crimson's second varsity eight posted a seven-second win over second-place George Washington in its race, clocking it at 5:46.4.

Rounding out the day, Harvard's third varsity eight boat bested second-place Cornell by seven seconds as well, finishing at 5:52.7. The fourth varsity eight crossed the line with the Crimson's largest lead of the day, clocking in 13 seconds ahead of second-place George Washington at 5:55.7.

Boatings
Varsity Eight: George Cozens (cox); Clark Dean (stroke), David Ambler (seven), Douwe de Graaf (six), Lars Lorch (five), Liam Corrigan (four), Patrick Adams(three), Arthur Doyle (two), Kenny Coplan (bow).

Second Varsity: Edward Bracey (cox); David Fleming (stroke), Calvin Tarczy (seven), Harrison Burke (six), Andrew Morley (five), Pieter Quinton (four), Ethan Seder(three), Samuel Meijer (two), Lucas Clarke (bow).

Third Varsity: Nicolas Yan (cox); Anthony Kenny (stroke), Carter Dickinson (seven), Samuel Monkley (six), Christian Tabash (five), James Clarke (four), Henry Jones(three), Curtis McLeod (two), John Luby (bow).

Fourth Varsity: Isabella Rhyu (cox); Matt Fischer (stroke), John Richards (seven), Thomas Macky (six), Zachary Keller (five), Joseph Johnson (four), Stephen Cox(three), Christopher Fenaroli (two), Andrew Haimovici (bow).

Up Next
Harvard will return home to host Brown on the Charles River next Saturday, April 13.

RESULTS
Varsity Eight
Harvard – 5:38.2
Cornell – 5:47.5
George Washington – 5:56.9
 
Second Varsity Eight
Harvard – 5:46.4
George Washington – 5:53.4
Cornell – 5:57.6
 
Third Varsity Eight
Harvard – 5:52.7
Cornell – 5:59.5
George Washington – 6:11.7
 
Fourth Varsity Eight
Harvard – 5:55.7
George Washington – 6:08.4
Cornell – 6:11.9

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