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Senior Letterwinners' Dinner

The Senior Letterwinners’ Dinner is an annual celebration of the student-athletes in the graduating senior class held on the eve of graduation -- typically it is the only time all student-athletes from the class gather together under one roof.

This year's SLD was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, making it a global celebration of the Class of 2021. The HVC recruited ESPN's Treavor Scales '13, The Washington Post's Jackie Alemany '11, and MLB Network's Jon Morosi '04 to help make it a night our student-athletes will never forget.

Ten major prizes were awarded during the show, giving special recognition to student-athletes who have made significant contributions to the culture and success of Harvard Athletics. The 40-minute event also featured recognition of each student-athlete in the Class of 2021, as well as appearances from graduating student-athletes, coaching staffs, Harvard University President Larry Bacow, The John D. Nichols '53 Family Director of Athletics Erin McDermott, and HVC President Johanna Boynton '88.

6 National Championships

25 Conference Championships

17 Academic All-Americans

34 All-Americans

4 Hoopes Prize Recipients

This was our chance to say THANK YOU for everything they have contributed to the Harvard community, and for upholding the ideals of Harvard Athletics -- PRINCIPLED LEADERSHIP. ACADEMIC INTEGRATION. COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE.

Jon Morosi '04 (JV baseball), Treavor Scales '13 (football), Jackie Alemany '11 (women's basketball)

The Radcliffe Prize

This award was first established in 1975. It is awarded annually to that senior letterwinner, that competes for a women’s team, who, through outstanding ability on the playing field and dedication to their sport or sports, and qualities of leadership, best reflects the purposeful achievement of Radcliffe alumnae in every field around the world. The award goes to our most outstanding athlete from a women’s team.

Finalists

Kimaya Cole,  women's soccer. A Sociology concentrator in Adams House. A two-time captain and member of the program's 2016 Ivy League Championship team, she was elected as the first Black team captain in program history. Earned All-Ivy League honors in 2019 after leading her team to the program's fewest defeats in a decade. Off the field, served in leadership roles for CARE (Consent Advocates and Relationship Educators) and Women of Harvard Athletics. She will play soccer as a graduate student at Saint Mary’s College of California while earning a masters in Management and Technology.

Abbe Goldstein, women's cross country and track & field. A sociology concentrator in Dunster House. A 2020 NCAA Indoor All-American in the mile, she ran the second-fastest time in Harvard history and ranks fifth in Ivy League history. She was also a three-time All-Ivy League honoree, earning first team honors as part of the winning distance medley relay team at 2020 Indoor Heptagonals, second team honors at the same meet with a runner-up finish in 800, and nabbing first team honors at the 2018 Cross Country Heps.

Samantha Sarafin, women's heavyweight rowing. An English concentrator in Cabot House. A co-captain ranked among the top U23 women in the country who earned a spot on the varsity eight, leading the boat to its strongest Head of the Charles Championship Eight effort in seven years, despite missing her first two seasons of competition.

Recipient

Kimaya Cole

Women's Soccer

"I definitely wouldn't have been able to accomplish this without the guidance and support of those around me, and that includes my amazing coaches, who supported me always. My amazing teammates who made it so fun and easy to show up every day and play the sport that we love. And of course, my lovely family who shower me with unconditional love all the time."

The William J. Bingham '16 Award

First awarded in 1954, this award is given annually to that member of a men’s team and the graduating class of Harvard College who, through integrity, courage, leadership, and ability on the athletic fields, has best served the high purpose of Harvard as exemplified by the late William J. Bingham ’16, former Director of Athletics. The award goes to our most outstanding athlete from a men’s team.

Finalists

Matt Thomas, baseball. A social studies concentrator in Kirkland House. Team captain and starting catcher who helped win the Ivy League Championship for the first time in 15 years. Elected co-president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), served as the student representative on the Faculty Standing Committee on Athletics, and was a member of the Civic Engagement Sub Committee on the Harvard Athletics Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Task Force. A Thomas Temple Hoops ‘19 recipient and Eagle Peer Advising Fellow who volunteered as a fifth-grade civics teacher in Boston’s public elementary schools. Plans to pursue graduate studies at the intersection of education and public policy at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.

Geoffrey Tourette, men's fencing. An economics concentrator in Mather House. A two-time captain who helped the Crimson capture the 2018 and 2020 Ivy League titles on top of earning three individual Ivy Championships, twice going undefeated. A three-time All-American in foil, he earned a bronze medal at the 2019 NCAA Championships.

Jovahn Williamson, men's track & field. An applied mathematics concentrator in Currier House. An eight-time Ivy League Heptagonal Champion, including four wins in individual events and four wins in relay events. He is a school record holder in both the indoor and outdoor 300 meter, 400 meter, and 4x400 meter relay.

Eric Wilson, football. A psychology concentrator in Adams House. An All-Ivy League offensive lineman and Academic All-Ivy selection who was elected Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). A John Harvard Scholar who was named a semifinalist for the National Football Foundation William V. Campbell Trophy and a finalist for the Doris-Robinson Scholar-Athlete award. He graduates with Highest Honors in psychology and is a recipient of the Psychology Department’s Gordon W. Allport Prize for his thesis.

Recipient

Geoffrey Tourette

Men's Fencing

"I can truly say from experience that the team camaraderie and support at Harvard is unmatched anywhere else in the world."
“My team was my immediate family at Harvard. For four years, my teammates were by my side through thick and thin, from long days practicing on the Charles, to tough weekend regattas, to the other challenges that you face as a Harvard student, for which I am incredibly grateful.”

Emily Wang, sailing

The John P. Reardon '60 Men's Award

Established in 1987, this award is named in honor of John P. Reardon, Jr., ’60, Director of Athletics from 1977 to 1990. This prize is presented annually to the senior varsity athlete, that competes for a men’s team, who exemplifies the qualities of excellent scholarship, character, leadership, and athletic ability -- in short, our top scholar-athlete from a men’s team. Nominations for this award come solely from Faculty Deans, Senior Tutors or Resident Deans.

Finalists

Matty Chang, men's lightweight rowing. An economics concentrator in Dunster House. An All-Academic honoree who served as coxswain for the first varsity eight boat at the IRA National Championships, earning his spot on the top boat as a walk-on. Off the water, he was Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Sports Analysis Collective and co-founded the Harvard Data Scientist Club.

Matt Thomas, baseball. A social studies concentrator in Kirkland House. Team captain and starting catcher who helped win the Ivy League Championship for the first time in 15 years. Elected co-president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), served as the student representative on the Faculty Standing Committee on Athletics, and was a member of the Civic Engagement Sub Committee on the Harvard Athletics Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Task Force. A Thomas Temple Hoops ‘19 recipient and Eagle Peer Advising Fellow who volunteered as a fifth-grade civics teacher in Boston’s public elementary schools. Plans to pursue graduate studies at the intersection of education and public policy at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.

Eric Wilson, football. A psychology concentrator in Adams House. An All-Ivy League offensive lineman and Academic All-Ivy selection who was elected Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). A John Harvard Scholar who was named a semifinalist for the National Football Foundation William V. Campbell Trophy and a finalist for the Doris-Robinson Scholar-Athlete award. He graduates with Highest Honors in psychology and is a recipient of the Psychology Department’s Gordon W. Allport Prize for his thesis.

Recipient

Eric Wilson

Football

"Thank you to my teammates, of course -- the boys up front on the offensive line -- all of my friends and teammates in Adams house, I really wouldn't be the person I am without you. You've taught me who I am and who I want to be, not just now but for the rest of my life"

The Harvard-Radcliffe Foundation for Women's Athletics Prize

Established by the Harvard-Radcliffe Foundation for Women’s Athletics (HRFWA), this prize was first presented in 1986 and is awarded annually to the senior, that competes for a women’s team, who best exemplifies the qualities of excellent scholarship, character, leadership, and athletic ability -- in short, our top scholar-athlete from a women’s team. Nominations for this award come solely from Faculty Deans, Senior Tutors or Resident Deans.

Finalists

Abbe Goldstein, women's cross country and track & field. A sociology concentrator in Dunster House. A 2020 NCAA Indoor All-American in the mile, she ran the second-fastest time in Harvard history and ranks fifth in Ivy League history. She was also a three-time All-Ivy League honoree, earning first team honors as part of the winning distance medley relay team at 2020 Indoor Heptagonals, second team honors at the same meet with a runner-up finish in 800, and nabbing first team honors at the 2018 Cross Country Heps.

Cassandra Pasadyn, women's swimming & diving. An integrative biology concentrator in Eliot House. A team captain who helped win back-to-back Ivy League Championships and Scholar All-America team honors. Served as President of the Athlete Medical Mentorship Program (AMMP) and has been a part of Christian Impact and Athletes in Action where she leads LifeGroup, an interpersonal bible study for female athletes. Has been a peer tutor at the Harvard Academic Resource Center, a shift volunteer at the Y2Y Youth Homeless Shelter, and served as President of Project SWIM.

Lisa Tertsch, women's cross country and track & field. An economics concentrator in Pforzheimer House. An Academic All-Ivy League selection, she won both the 5000 and 10000 meter at the Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships in 2019 after setting the school record in the 5000 meter at the Penn Relays earlier that season. She also earned first team All-Ivy League and All-Region honors during the 2018 Cross Country season.

Recipient

Cassandra Pasadyn

Women's Swimming & Diving

"Thank you to my teammates -- you all taught me that sport is no longer about times, a commitment to one's self, or getting a personal best, it is about uplifting one another, trying to be the best leader for your teammates and the greater community, and representing Harvard as a part of something much greater."
"We're extraordinarily proud of how you represented us on the playing fields, and I am confident about how you will represent us in the future as Harvard graduates."

Lawrence S. Bacow, President of Harvard University

The Francis H. Burr '09 Scholarship

A scholarship fund established in memory of Francis H. Burr ’09 by his friends. First given in 1918, it is awarded to two seniors, from a men’s team and a women’s team, who combine as nearly as possible Burr’s remarkable qualities of character, leadership, scholarship and athletic ability.

Female Finalists

Olivia Farrar, women's lightweight rowing. An english concentrator in Cabot House. A two-time CRCA National Scholar-Athlete Award winner and twice named to the IRA All-Academic Team as a member of the first varsity eight. A four-time member of the U-23 National Team, competed at four World Rowing Championships and was invited to compete at the Olympic Trials. Delivered the 2021 Harvard Oration at Harvard College's Class Day, wrote her senior thesis on dystopian young adult fiction, and plans to pursue a career in museum anthropology.

Olivia Okoli,  women's track & field. A neuroscience concentrator in Adams House. A co-captain and three-time Ivy League Champion who has earned six All-Ivy honors and an Academic All-Ivy selection. Served as Vice President of the Harvard Undergraduate Partners for Action in Africa (HUPAA) and President of Harvard Synapse, an organization that provides social support to individuals who have suffered traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Volunteered with CardioStart International and assisted with their work at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute. Plans on attending medical school next year.

Rosie Poling, women's heavyweight rowing. A history of science concentrator in Pforzheimer House. A CRCA National Scholar-Athlete Award winner who earned a spot on the second varsity eight, helping the team qualify for the NCAA Championships for the first time in five years. Served on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and on the Harvard Athletics Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Task Force. Was co-leader of Harvard’s Partners in Health Engage, a social justice group committed to the right to healthcare, and traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with congressional offices to advocate for a range of global health legislation. Awarded the History of Science Department’s Rosenkrantz Discovery Grant to study the 19th century anti-vaccination movement. Will be attending the University of Cambridge to get a MPhil in "Medicine, Health, and Society."

Female Recipient

Rosie Poling

Women's Heavyweight Rowing

"This past year has not been anything what we pictured, but it has shown me that being a student-athlete at Harvard is not about being in the same place, but rather about the relationships we build."

Male Finalists

Josh Glauser, men's track & field. A neuroscience concentrator in Adams House. Served as the Student-Athlete Wellness Leader for the men’s track & field program and was awarded the Harvard College Scholarship, given to students in the top 10% of their Harvard class. Founding member and Vice President of “Siblings with a Mission,” a non-profit dedicated to providing online support and in-person workshops for children who have siblings with intellectual disabilities. Currently conducting research at Boston Children’s Hospital where he is studying the relationship between neural activity and social attention to help identify children at risk for autism, and will attend medical school in the fall.

Matt Thomas, baseball. A social studies concentrator in Kirkland House. Team captain and starting catcher who helped win the Ivy League Championship for the first time in 15 years. Elected co-president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), served as the student representative on the Faculty Standing Committee on Athletics, and was a member of the Civic Engagement Sub Committee on the Harvard Athletics Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Task Force. A Thomas Temple Hoops ‘19 recipient and Eagle Peer Advising Fellow who volunteered as a fifth-grade civics teacher in Boston’s public elementary schools. Plans to pursue graduate studies at the intersection of education and public policy at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.

Thomas Satterthwaite, men's heavyweight rowing. A physics concentrator in Dunster House. He began his career competing in several boats on the men’s lightweight program before joining the heavyweight program as a junior. Competed at the World Championships as part of the under-23 U.S. National Team. Held several teaching positions at Harvard, serving as a teaching fellow and course assistant in the computer science and physics departments. Worked at the CERN research center in Switzerland with a world-renowned particle accelerator, and will be continuing his education at the University of Cambridge.

Male Recipient

Matt Thomas

Baseball

"My teammates have made this experience everything -- made it so enjoyable and memories that will last a lifetime."
"I have nothing but gratitude when thinking about my time as a Harvard Wrestler these past four years. I’m incredibly grateful for all the memories, and I’m eternally thankful for Coach Weiss and the rest of the staff who have prepared me so well for life after Harvard."

Zeth Dean, wrestling

The Arthur L. Boland Award

This award was established in 2010 by the Department of Athletics to honor Arthur Boland, MD in commemoration of his 40 years of dedicated service to Harvard Athletics. The award is presented each year to a senior varsity athlete who will be attending medical school and who best exemplifies those characteristics and qualities which have been the hallmark of Dr. Art Boland’s care for Harvard athletes.

Finalists

Prashanth Kumar, men's tennis. A four-year member of the men’s tennis program as a student manager who played a large role in the team’s overall success. Served as the video assistant and social media manager, and helped with all practices, gamedays and travel responsibilities, including at NCAA Championships. Served as a Harvard Athletics’ Chief Marketing Officer, the Vice President of the Athlete Medical Mentorship Program (AMMP), and a Peer Advising Fellow. He was elected Second Marshal of the Class of 2021 and plans to attend medical school in the fall.

Olivia Okoli, women's track & field. A neuroscience concentrator in Adams House. A co-captain and three-time Ivy League Champion who has earned six All-Ivy honors and an Academic All-Ivy selection. Served as Vice President of the Harvard Undergraduate Partners for Action in Africa (HUPAA) and President of Harvard Synapse, an organization that provides social support to individuals who have suffered traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Volunteered with CardioStart International and assisted with their work at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute. Plans on attending medical school next year.

Cassandra Pasadyn, women's swimming & diving. An integrative biology concentrator in Eliot House. A team captain who helped win back-to-back Ivy League Championships and Scholar All-America team honors. Served as President of the Athlete Medical Mentorship Program (AMMP) and has been a part of Christian Impact and Athletes in Action where she leads LifeGroup, an interpersonal bible study for female athletes. Has been a peer tutor at the Harvard Academic Resource Center, a shift volunteer at the Y2Y Youth Homeless Shelter, and served as President of Project SWIM.

Recipient

Olivia Okoli

Women's Track & Field

"I have to thank all my friends and family who do so much of the behind the scenes work of encouraging me and everything, I love you all so much. Thank you for being my loudest and fiercest supporters, and for making me feel like I can when I can't."

The Mary G. Paget Prize

The Mary G. Paget Prize is awarded annually by the presidents of Radcliffe and Harvard in honor of Mary Guest Paget’s many years of service as Director of Sports, Dance and Recreation at Radcliffe College. The prize was first established in 1975 and is awarded each year to the senior student who has contributed the most to women’s athletics.

Finalists

Cammie Dopke, women's soccer. A human evolutionary biology concentrator in Quincy House. A team captain and CoSIDA Academic All-District selection who was a member of the Women of Harvard Athletics leadership team, serving as the Development and Alumni Coordinator, and a peer advisor for Consent Advocates and Relationship Educators (CARE). A Peer Advising Fellow and Pre-Health Peer Liaison who participated in Coach for College and worked at Fidelity House, teaching kids how to play sports and helping with after school care. Also served as a volunteer at Habitat for Humanity, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital (Harvard Road to Recovery Program), Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, and a mentor for Big Sister Association of Greater Boston.

Olivia Okoli, women's track & field. A neuroscience concentrator in Adams House. A co-captain and three-time Ivy League Champion who has earned six All-Ivy honors and an Academic All-Ivy selection. Served as Vice President of the Harvard Undergraduate Partners for Action in Africa (HUPAA) and President of Harvard Synapse, an organization that provides social support to individuals who have suffered traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Volunteered with CardioStart International and assisted with their work at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute. Plans on attending medical school next year.

Rosie Poling, women's heavyweight rowing. A history of science concentrator in Pforzheimer House. A CRCA National Scholar-Athlete Award winner who earned a spot on the second varsity eight, helping the team qualify for the NCAA Championships for the first time in five years. Served on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and on the Harvard Athletics Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Task Force. Was co-leader of Harvard’s Partners in Health Engage, a social justice group committed to the right to healthcare, and traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with congressional offices to advocate for a range of global health legislation. Awarded the History of Science Department’s Rosenkrantz Discovery Grant to study the 19th century anti-vaccination movement. Will be attending the University of Cambridge to get a MPhil in "Medicine, Health, and Society."

Sandra Zeng, women's volleyball. A history and science concentrator in Currier House. Team captain and four-year letterwinner as the starting libero, she appeared in all 23 matches during her sophomore and junior campaigns. Served as a volunteer counselor at the Phillips Brooks House Association, mentoring young children and helping with after school care. Worked as a research assistant at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Palliative Care Department and at the Lindvall Lab at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Selected as one of 12 senior students to receive the Fellowship Award, earning funding to pursue senior thesis research in the field of global health and health policy.

Recipient

Cammie Dopke

Women's Soccer

"As I stand before you today, my gratitude for the entire Harvard establishment has only amplified and I cannot be more proud to end my senior year as one of the women chosen to represent the integrity and kinship of Harvard women's athletics."

Erin McDermott, The John D. Nichols '53 Family Director of Athletics & Johanna Boynton '88, The Harvard Varsity Club President

The Francis J. Toland Community Service Award

This award was created in honor of former Senior Associate Director of Athletics Fran Toland, who retired in 2000 after 41 years of service to Harvard athletics. The award is presented to the senior student-athlete who has made the most outstanding contribution to Harvard and its neighboring communities.

Finalists

Gabrielle Choi Fernandopulle, women's rugby. A sociology concentrator in Eliot House. A Thomas Temple Hoops ‘19 Prize recipient and starter on the National Intercollegiate Rugby Association National Championship team. Served as a Peer Advising Fellow, as an Advising Liaison for the Office of Career Services, and on Harvard First-Year Outdoor Program’s leadership team. Played a significant role as an Organizing Fellow, Athletics Liaison and Organizations Collaborations Liaison of the Harvard Votes Challenge, leading a drive to get all eligible varsity athletes on all 42 teams to register to vote.

Olivia Okoli, women's track & field. A neuroscience concentrator in Adams House. A co-captain and three-time Ivy League Champion who has earned six All-Ivy honors and an Academic All-Ivy selection. Served as Vice President of the Harvard Undergraduate Partners for Action in Africa (HUPAA) and President of Harvard Synapse, an organization that provides social support to individuals who have suffered traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Volunteered with CardioStart International and assisted with their work at the Jakaya Kikwete Cardiac Institute. Plans on attending medical school next year.

Rosie Poling, women's heavyweight rowing. A history of science concentrator in Pforzheimer House. A CRCA National Scholar-Athlete Award winner who earned a spot on the second varsity eight, helping the team qualify for the NCAA Championships for the first time in five years. Served on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and on the Harvard Athletics Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Task Force. Was co-leader of Harvard’s Partners in Health Engage, a social justice group committed to the right to healthcare, and traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with congressional offices to advocate for a range of global health legislation. Awarded the History of Science Department’s Rosenkrantz Discovery Grant to study the 19th century anti-vaccination movement. Will be attending the University of Cambridge to get a MPhil in "Medicine, Health, and Society."

Gabrielle Choi Fernandopulle

Women's Rugby

"The greatest lesson Harvard Athletics has taught me is that the real key to success is taking advantage of the opportunity every day to be an amazing teammate and supportive of others and I'm so grateful to have learned that alongside such amazing peers"
“As I reflect on my four years at Harvard, moments that stand out to me are the ones with my team: practicing, training, competing, traveling, or just being together. Despite the pandemic cutting my time short, I'm so thankful to have experienced the highs and lows of being part of Harvard Athletics and am leaving as a stronger student, athlete, and friend because of it."

Jessica Luo, women's golf

The Carroll F. Getchell Manager of the Year Award

In 1981, the Committee on Athletics voted to name the Manager of the Year Award, established in 1972, for the late Carroll F. Getchell, long-time business manager in the Department of Athletics. Each year the Department recognizes that manager in the senior class “who has best displayed integrity, courage, leadership, and ability” during their years of participation.

Finalists

Jake Lazar, men's basketball. A history concentrator in Kirkland House. Served as a four-year manager for the men’s basketball program, including as head manager in his final two seasons. Helped facilitate all team activities, including all pre- and post-practice and game needs, and handled logistics for team packing and travel for road contests. Was a member of the Harvard Sports Analysis Collective and worked on the sports beat for WHRB.

Prashanth Kumar, men's tennis. A four-year member of the men’s tennis program as a student manager who played a large role in the team’s overall success. Served as the video assistant and social media manager, and helped with all practices, gamedays and travel responsibilities, including at NCAA Championships. Served as a Harvard Athletics’ Chief Marketing Officer, the Vice President of the Athlete Medical Mentorship Program (AMMP), and a Peer Advising Fellow. He was elected Second Marshal of the Class of 2021 and plans to attend medical school in the fall.

Recipient

Prashanth Kumar

Men's Tennis

"There is no greater educational experience than being a part of a group of people with a mutual love of sport who strive to achieve the common goal of peak performance."

The John P. Fadden Award

This award was established in 1966 in honor of the late John P. Fadden’s service as an athletic trainer and friend to Harvard athletes for many years. The award is given annually to a senior student (Varsity, JV or Intramural) who has overcome physical adversity to contribute to their team.

Finalists

Kyle Anderson, men's lacrosse. A government concentrator in Leverett House. Elected the first three-time captain in the history of the Harvard men’s lacrosse program. An All-Ivy League honoree who was a top-three scorer for the team throughout his career. Battled with serious illness and dealt with numerous injuries and surgeries over the course of his career, yet never faltered and continued to make a positive impact on his team.

Jadyn Bush, women's basketball. An economics concentrator in Quincy House. A starter and regular contributor at forward in her first two seasons despite battling ankle, foot and shoulder injuries. She played through physical limitations during her stellar sophomore campaign to help Harvard earn a berth to the Ivy League Tournament. Despite missing the 2019-20 season after off-season shoulder surgery, she helped the team throughout the year, assisting the coaching staff and mentoring younger players. She will be playing basketball at the University of California, Berkeley next year as a graduate student.

Samantha Sarafin, women's heavyweight rowing. An English concentrator in Cabot House. A co-captain ranked among the top U23 women in the country who earned a spot on the varsity eight, leading the boat to its strongest Head of the Charles Championship Eight effort in seven years, despite missing her first two seasons of competition.

Recipient

Kyle Anderson

Men's Lacrosse

"I'm just grateful every day for the people in my life, they've shown tremendous support and I couldn't be more grateful"

Congratulations,

Class of 2021

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No matter the gender. Or the race.

Special teams all share one thing in common: a bond.

A feeling of comradery, of brotherhood or sisterhood that lasts more than a season, or even an entire college career. It lasts a lifetime.

Since 1886, the Harvard Varsity Club has been a special team. Through events and programs, the Varsity Club celebrates, supports and connects Harvard athletes and their families, past and present, while preserving the traditions and fostering the ideals of Harvard Athletics.

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