CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Delaware will open the spring season for the Harvard lightweight crew on Saturday, March 30.
7:30 – 3V4+
7:50 – 1F
8:10 – 2V
8:30 – 1V
8:50 – 2F
Stroke: Stuart Taylor; 7: Matt O'Leary; 6: Nicholas Gates; 5: Austin Meyer; 4: Michael Wales; 3: Florian Mayr; 2: Andrew Campbell; Bow: Alexander Bonorris; Coxswain: Paul Farber
4: AJ Carvalho; 3: Nelson Arnous; 2: Matt Pawlowski; 1: Sam Barrington;Coxswain: Alex Spencer
4: Stefan Skalbania; 3: Chris Magnani; 2: Tim McLaughlin; 1: Eli Leavitt;Coxswain: Jonathan Shpall
4: Yoan N'Komba; 3: Arturo Villanueva; 2: Simon Maas; 1: Ross Svenson;Coxswain: Chris Xu
Stroke: Jeffery Rogers; 7: Min-Woo Park; 6: Samuel Frum; 5: Lucas Farewell; 4: Ian Klein; 3: Christopher McKenna; 2: Zebulon Goodman; Bow: Cameron ClemenceCoxswain: Joshua Blecher-Cohen
Stroke: Matt Kozlowski; 7: Lev Ratnofsky; 6: Mitchel Cole; 5: Fred Quesada; 4: Nick Phillips; 3: Miles Graham; 2: Trevor Lutzow; Bow: Matthew Seghers; Coxswain: Asad Hussain
See what Charley Butt, The Friends of Harvard Lightweight Rowing Coach for Men's Lightweight Crew, had to say about the upcoming season.
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In the Fall
The Crimson captured its first win in the Head of the Charles lightweight eights event since 1975 and sixth overall victory in the race Oct. 21 in Boston. The first-place finish gave Harvard its 41st overall medal, which later became 42 after the Radcliffe lightweight's victory, in the history of the Head of the Charles. Harvard's boat rowed the three-mile Charles River route in 14:35.71, well ahead of its closest competitor. USRowing, which placed second, was nearly 12 seconds off Harvard's pace and Princeton was a distant third in 14:58.24. Yale was fifth at 14:59.70
Harvard completed a perfect collegiate season with the program's eighth national championship in 2012, winning the grand final in course-record time at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships. The Crimson held off Dartmouth by nearly a second and blew away the IRA men's lightweight course record by three seconds with a time of 5:33.059 to put the perfect finish on a collegiate campaign that included a 9-0 dual record, Eastern and Ivy League championships and a course record at Princeton.
The Crimson will see Penn and Cornell in its first Ivy League action of the season April 6 in Philadelphia, followed by Dartmouth and MIT on April 13.