No. 9 Dartmouth, No. 12 MIT
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – No. 2 Harvard men's lightweight crew will host its final home regatta on the Charles River this Saturday, challenging No. 9 Dartmouth and No. 12 MIT for the Biglin Bowl.
7:30 a.m. – 3V
8 a.m. – 2V
8:30 a.m. – 1V
2V: Annina Kennedy-Yoon (Cox), Andrew Sterne (Stroke), Isaac Walker (7), Freddie Johnson (6), Toby Satterthwaite (5), Rob Lowe (4), Andre Dupuis (3), Spencer Kaplan (2), Eryk Dobrushkin (Bow)
3V: Mary Yeh (Cox), Owen Niles (Stroke), Aidan Crawford (7), Brady Stevens (6), Mike Genovesi (5), Zach Altshuler (4), Michael Yuan (3), Nick Kochanek (2), Noah Burhance (Bow)
4V: Matty Cheng (Cox), Oliver Hansen (Stroke), Liam Daily (7), Wes Fabyan (6), Josh Kuppersmith (5), Dillon Dunteman (4), Chris Jarrett (3), David Gonzalez (2), Tate Huffman (Bow)
5V: Cat Li (Cox), William Weiter (Stroke), Nate Dempsey (7), Andrew Hebert (6), Reed McMurchy (5), Ryan Patrick (4), Sam Detmer (3), Derek Woo (2), Huck Rocca (Bow)
RISING UP THE RANKS
After beating No. 1 Cornell and No. 3 Columbia to begin the 2018 season, the Crimson rose to No. 2 in the latest US Rowing Coaches Poll. Harvard received six of the eight possible first-place votes and accumulated 104 points, trailing only Columbia's 107.
It was a tremendous opening weekend for the Crimson, defeating two of the top-three ranked crews in the nation. In the opener, Harvard defeated then-No. 1 Cornell and No. 7 Penn in Ithaca to had Cornell its first loss since 2016. The next morning on the Charles River, the Crimson outpaced Columbia and Georgetown for the Wale-Kirrane Cup.
BIGLIN BOWL HISTORY
Harvard has captured every Biglin Bowl since 2009 and has won 54 total. MIT has won five all-time, last in 1983, while Dartmouth has taken four, most recently in 2008. The Crimson won last year's regatta by 10 seconds.
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Harvard will battle for the Haines Cup next weekend, challenging Navy and Delaware in Annapolis, Maryland.