Men’s Heavyweight Crew Reclaims Bronze at 52nd Head of the Charles

Men’s Heavyweight Crew Reclaims Bronze at 52nd Head of the Charles

Harvard finished third at the Head of the Charles for the fourth-straight year (Zack Williamson).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On a sunny, but windy afternoon at the 52nd annual Head of the Charles Regatta, the Harvard men's heavyweight crew earned its fourth consecutive bronze medal in the competitive field, finishing behind Washington and Cal.

Harvard, coxed by Cole Durbin and stroked by Liam Corrigan, finished the 4800m in 14:58.608. Yale finished fourth (15:03.099), while Boston University came in fifth (15:09.260). Washington took the title in 14:40.823, while defending national champion Cal earned a second-place finish with a time of 14:52.710.

The Crimson B boat placed 16th, finishing the race in 15:42.571.

The four ranked 13th, crossing in 18:05.957.                  

For a full list of results from the Head of the Charles, click here. 

Championship Eights
Harvard A: 14:58.608.
8: Liam Corrigan, 7: Benjamin Cohen, 6: Vincent Breet, 5: James Johnston, 4: Alexander Richards, 3: Sam Hardy, 2: Pieter Quinton, 1: Jack Kelley, c: Cole Durbin

Harvard B: 15:42.571
8: Arthur Doyle, 7: Lars Lorch, 6: Ross Jarvis, 5: Samuel Meijer , 4: Ryan Rasmussen, 3: John Harrity, 2: Jack Luby,1: Travis Taaffe, c: Jacqueline Goodman

Championship Fours
Harvard: 18:05.957
4: Nicholas Plaut , 3: Sean Vedrinelle, 2: David Orner, 1: Juri-Mikk Udam, c: Jacob Russell