No. 7 Brown
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After inclement weather canceled last week's races, the No. 4 Harvard men's heavyweight crew will open the season by hosting No. 7 Brown on the Charles River for the Stein Cup Saturday, April 8.
The race will be streamed live on the Ivy League Digital Network. Bill Spaulding will have the call.
8 a.m. – 5V
8:20 a.m. – 4V8
8:40 a.m. – 3V8
9 a.m. – 2V8
9:20 a.m. – V8
Varsity Eight: Cole Durbin (coxswain), Liam Corrigan (stroke), Lars Lorch (7), Vincent Breet (6), James Johnston (5), Alexander Richards (4), Sam Hardy (3), Arthur Doyle (2), David Ambler (bow)
Third Varsity Eight: Maddie Zabriskie (coxswain), Dom Glover (stroke), Phil Bates (7), Henry Kennelly (6), Juri-Mikk Udam (5), David Fleming (4), Andre Dempsey (3), Ryan Rasmussen (2), Ben Strathmore (bow)
Fourth Varsity Eight: Nick Yan (coxswain), Anthony Kenny (stroke), Max Mezger (7), Nicholas Plaut (6), Jack Luby (5), Jack Richards (4), Niels Laurberg (3), Andrew Morley (2), Travis Anderson (bow)
Fifth Varsity: Jacob Russell (coxswain), David Orner (stroke), Thomas Hlebowicz (3), Henry Lynch (2), Evan Simons (bow)
Harvard went 7-1 last season and placed fourth at the Eastern Sprints and third at the IRA National Championships.
The Bears claimed sixth at last year's IRAs and third at Easterns. Head coach Paul Cook has led Brown since 2002.
The Crimson and Bears have met annually since 1963 for the Stein Cup. Harvard has won the last six meetings between the schools, dating back to 2011.
In the Launch
Charley Butt, the Bolles-Parker Head Coach for Harvard Men's Heavyweight Crew, begins his 32nd season with the Harvard rowing program and fourth with the heavyweight men in 2017.
Ivy League Digital Network
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The Crimson will travel to Lake Carnegie in Princeton, New Jersey to take on No. 5 Princeton for the Compton Cup Saturday, April 15.