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Vote For The Top Moment of 2014-15

For the second straight year, GoCrimson.com will be matching up the top moments from the 2014-15 academic year in a bracket style tournament to determine what was the top moment of the year. From national championships to game-winner heroics, the Crimson enjoyed an exhilarating year from beginning to end, and now it's your turn to get in the game!

Each Monday a new round of the bracket will be revealed at 11 a.m. with voting open until the following Monday at 9 a.m. Select one moment from each matchup below and hit submit to cast your vote. The moment with the most votes in each matchup will advance to the next round.


Women’s hockey defeats Boston College in the Frozen Four, 2-1,
to advance to the program’s fourth national championship game.

Vote WIH Runners Up

 

All-Ivy selections Jake McGuiggan and Conor Quinn homer over the
Green Monster at Fenway Park in the 2015 Baseball Beanpot.

Vote BASE Goes Deep


     
Steve Moundou-Missi hits the game-winner with 7.2 seconds remaining
to give Harvard a 53-51 win over Yale in the Ivy League Playoff.

Vote Moundou-Missi Heroics

 

Women’s golf becomes the first program in Ivy League history
to win four straight Ivy titles with a one-stroke victory over Yale.

Vote WGF 4-Peats

     
Harvard hosts ESPN’s College GameDay prior to the
131st playing of The Game.

Vote College GameDay
  Led by All-American Denis Nguyen, men’s tennis earns its
fourth-straight appearance at the NCAA Championships.

Vote MTEN NCAA Bound

     
Led by All-Region selections Corinne Bain and Caroline Walters,
women’s volleyball defeats Cornell on Senior Night, 3-1, to earn
a share of the Ivy League title.

Vote WVB Clinches Title
  Women’s soccer defeats Central Connecticut State in the
NCAA tournament at home, 6-0, to reach the second round
for the first time since 2001.

WSOC Moves On

     
Andrew Fischer catches a 35-yard touchdown pass from Conner Hempel
with just 55 seconds remaining to give Harvard a 31-24 win over Yale
in The Game and secure a perfect season for the Crimson.

Vote FB Perfection
  All-American Jerry Chang scores the final touch to give
men’s fencing its third consecutive Ivy League title.


Vote FNM Wins 3rd Straight

     
Nikki Okwelogu earns Field Athlete of the Meet at both Indoor and Outdoor
Heps while Danielle Barbian is named Track Athlete of the Meet at Indoor Heps,
helping Harvard win both titles for a second straight year.

WTF Sweeps HEPS, Again
  Women’s squash wins the 2015 Howe Cup as hosts of the
CSA Team National Championships, the program’s
15th national championship and third in four years.

Vote WSQ Natty Champs

     
Amanda Sobhy defeats Trinity's Kanzy El Defrawy, 3-1, to win her
fourth straight Ramsey Cup as the individual national champion and
finish her career with a perfect 62-0 record.

Vote Sobhy Graduates 62-0
  Women’s lightweight crew wins its third-straight Eastern Sprints title
and goes on to medal at the IRA National Championships (silver)
for a fourth-straight year.

Vote WLights Earn Silver

     
All-American Jimmy Vesey scores the overtime game-winner
versus Yale to send Harvard to the ECAC Hockey Tournament Semifinals.


Vote Vesey Game Winner
  Academic All-American Mike Mosca completes his career with an Ivy
record seven diving titles and is the first student-athlete in conference
history to win a diving event (1-meter) four straight years.

Vote Mosca Sweeps Boards


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