CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's heavyweight crew team wrapped up competition on Sunday at the 55th Head of the Charles Regatta on the Charles River. The Crimson raced in one event, the Championship Eight, and had its two boats finish in the top 15.
Harvard's A-Boat, which was coxed by George Cozens, turned in the seventh-fasted time in the 30-team field (13:54.352). Among collegiate squads, the Crimson finished in fourth place behind Yale, California and Brown.
Harvard's second entry, meanwhile, turned in the 15th-best performance of the day. The second varsity eight, coxed by Edward Bracey, clocked in at 14:12.117, which was good for 10th among college teams.
USTC – Oakland took the first two spots in the race, coming in at 13:32.283 and 13:32.350, respectively.
Harvard – 13:54.352; 7th of 30
8 – Patrick Adams, 7 – Douwe de Graaf, 6 – Andrew Morley, 5 – Kenny Coplan, 4 – David Ambler, 3 – Ethan Seder, 2 – Calvin Tarczy, 1 – Pieter Quinton, C: George Cozens
Harvard – 14:12.117; 15th of 30
8 – Oscar Olsen, 7 – Christian Tabash, 6 – Samuel Monkley, 5 – John Mark Ozaeta, 4 – Harrison Burke, 3 – Lucas Clarke, 2 – Victor Kleshnev, 1 – Henry Jones, C: Edward Bracey
Harvard men's heavyweight crew returns to action on Nov. 9, for its Pairs Race vs. Northeastern, MIT and Boston University on the Charles River.