SATURDAY, JANUARY 17TH, 2009: PALMER DIXON WILL BE OPEN FROM 12:00pm - 1:00pm
WINTER RECESS, READING PERIOD, AND EXAM SCHEDULE FOR HARVARD S&C:
WINTER RECESS (DECEMBER 18TH THROUGH JANUARY 1ST): Palmer Dixon Closed (In-Season Team Training as Scheduled)
FALL READING PERIOD THROUGH EXAMS (1/02/09-1/22/09), AND INTERCESSION (1/23/09-1/27/09): Open Hours Monday - Friday 6:00am-2:00pm, as well as In-Season Team Training as Scheduled
START OF SPRING SEMESTER 2009 (WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28TH): Palmer Dixon Open for in-season and off-season team training
SPRING RECESS 2009:
PALMER DIXON WILL BE CLOSED From Saturday March 21st, through Sunday March 29th
SPRING READING PERIOD THROUGH EXAMS (5/2/09-5/22/09)
Open Hours Monday - Friday 6:00am-2:00pm, as well as In-Season Team Training as Scheduled
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING STUDENT-ATHLETES FOR OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES IN FALL 2008 S&C TESTING AND TRAINING:
Men's Basketball: Andrew Pusar and Doug Miller shared the Iron Crimson Award as basketball's hardest workers in the 2008 pre-season.
Softball: Emily Henderson, Jessica Pledger, and Stephanie Krysiak all improved their back squat maxes by 20 pounds this summer.
Men's Lacrosse: Jesse Fehr earned the Most Improved Athlete title as the best overall tester of the fall, improving in every category.
Women's Squash: Nirasha Guruge earned the Top Tester award as a freshman, leading the team in 2 out of 3 categories.
Men's Hockey: Doug Rogers, weighing in at 186 pounds, set an all-time record for men's hockey's strength index (622.1) with a power clean of 275, a back squat of 420, and a bench press of 310.
Alpine Skiing: Chris Kinner and Margie Thorp prove that only the strongest shall survive, defending their titles as the pound-for-pound strongest male and female skiers at Harvard.
Women's Hockey: Amy Uber roared back from ACL surgery, finishing in the top 5 in 8 out of 11 categories tested, and easily claimed the title of Most Improved Athlete and Top Tester.