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No. 4 Harvard Lightweight Crew Takes Down No. 7 Navy and Delaware for Haines Cup

photo credit Gil Talbot
photo credit Gil Talbot
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 4 Harvard lightweight crew team retained possession of the Haines Cup and Paulovich Trophy with three first place finishes on the Charles River today, April 20. Conditions posed a stiff cross-headwind with gusts consistently variable throughout racing. The first 1000m were quite choppy while the third 500 calmed a bit and the last 500 was flatter.

The varsity eight edged out No. 7 Navy by 1.18 seconds and guest Delaware by 7.2 seconds. The second varsity also claimed victory at the tape, clipping Navy by 1.83 seconds and Delaware by 7.18 seconds.

BOATINGS

1V – Jack Stone (coxswain), David Wexner (8), Hunter Wallace (7), Nick Barry (6), Chris Skokowski (5), Andrew Sterne (4), Andrew Wilkins (3), Victor Olsen (2), Drake Deuel (bow)

2V – Matty Cheng (coxswain), Jake Marlo (8), Cam McInroy (7), Conlan Olson (6), Aidan Crawford (5), Nick Kochanek (4), Tate Huffman (3), Eryk Dobrushkin (2), Henry Bellew (bow)

3V – Li (coxswain), Svingen (8), Genovesi (7), Altshuler (6), Satterthwaite (5), Johnson (4), Kaplan (3), Niles (2), Lowe (bow)

4V – Seo (coxswain), Hansen (8), Burhance (7), Darling (6), Jarrett (5), Hayes (4), Walker (3), Weiter (2), Dempsey (bow) 

5V – Michael Medaugh (coxswain), Tom Spiers (8), Westby Caspersen (7), Brady Stevens (6), Reed McMurchy (5), David Gonzalez (4), Greg Cain (3), Andrew Hebert (2), Josh Kuppersmith (bow)

RESULTS

V8

Harvard – 6:20.38

Navy – 6:21.56

Delaware – 6:27.58

 

2V8

Harvard – 6:37.88

Navy – 6:39.71

Delaware – 6:45.06

 

3V8

Navy – 6:40.55

Harvard – 6:48.85

Delaware – 6:54.32

 

4V8

Harvard – 6:42.52

Navy – 6:48.7

Delaware – 7:15.65

 

5V8

Navy – 6:39.66

Harvard – 6:40.45

Delaware – 7:18.49

 

UP NEXT
Next Saturday, the team will travel to Princeton, N.J. to take on Yale and Princeton for the Goldthwaite and Vogel Cups.

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