No. 3 Men’s Heavyweight Crew Hosts No. 5 Brown For Stein Cup Sunday

Photo by: Zack Williamson
Photo by: Zack Williamson
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 3 Harvard men's heavyweight crew team will host its first race of its spring slate on the Charles River this weekend, welcoming No. 5 Brown on Sunday, April 14 to compete for the Stein Cup. The race will be broadcast live on ESPN+ beginning at 7:40 a.m.

Schedule
8:00 am: Second Varsity
8:20 am: Varsity Eight
8:40 am: Third Varsity
9:00 am: Fourth Varsity

What to Know
- The Crimson opened the season ranked No. 3 in the USRowing Coaches Poll and will retain that position in the latest poll released this week.
- Harvard boasts a 44-10 advantage all-tie in the Stein Cup race against Brown. The Crimson has won seven out of the last eight meetings with the Bears, falling in last year's race by a narrow margin of 1.8 seconds.
- The fifth-ranked Bears are 0-1 on the season, coming off a loss to defending national champion Yale at the Albert Cup on March 30.
- Harvard kicked off its spring season with a sweep of No. 12 Cornell and No. 15 George Washington in Ithaca, N.Y. last weekend. The Crimson's varsity eight bested the Big Red and Colonials by 9.3 and 18.7 seconds, respectively.

Probable Boatings:
Varsity Eight: George Cozens (cox); Clark Dean (stroke), David Ambler (seven), Douwe de Graaf (six), Lars Lorch (five), Liam Corrigan (four), Patrick Adams (three), Arthur Doyle (two), Kenny Coplan (bow).

Second Varisty: Edward Bracey (cox); David Fleming (stroke), Calvin Tarczy (seven), Pieter Quinton (six), Andrew Morley (five), Harrison Burke (four), Ethan Seder (three), Samuel Meijer (two), Lucas Clarke (bow).

Third Varsity: Nicolas Yan (cox); Anthony Kenny (stroke), Henry Jones (seven), James Clarke (six), Carter Dickinson (five), Samuel Monkley (four), Christian Tabash (three), Curtis McLeod (two), John Luby (bow).

Fourth Varsity: Isabella Rhyu (cox); Matt Fischer (stroke), John Richards (seven), Thomas Macky (six), Zachary Keller (five), Joseph Johnson (four), Max Mezger (three), Christopher Fenaroli (two), Andrew Haimovici (bow).

Leading the Way
Charley Butt enters his sixth season and the helm of the Harvard men's heavyweight crew team and 34th overall season with the Harvard rowing program, previously serving as the Friends of Harvard Lightweight Rowing Coach for Men's Lightweight Crew for 28 years. Butt owns a 33-6 overall record with the heavyweight program.

Up Next
Harvard will travel to Princeton next Saturday, April 20 to compete for the Compton Cup.