CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard track and field welcomes Ivy-foe Penn to Cambridge for a dual meet at the Gordon Indoor Track on Sunday, Dec. 9th beginning at 10 a.m.
This will be the first dual meet for the indoor track program since they hosted Boston College in 2006. This will also be the first dual meet against Penn in nearly 100 years of Harvard track and field history.
What to Know
- Sophomore Jovahn Williamson is competing in the 300m, where he broke his own record (33.75) at the BU Opener last weekend.
- First-years Kelisa Cain (6th) and DaLoria Boone (8th) moved onto the all-time lists in the 60m dash with their 7.57 and 7.67 finish at the BU Opener.
- Sophomore Rodney Agyare-May became the second person in Harvard history to break the 34-second mark in the 300m with his 33.93 at the BU Opener.
- Maya Miklos moved into fourth all-time in the 300m (38.91), behind three previous All-Americans (Gabby Thomas '19, Autumne Franklin '16, and Jade Miller '17)
The Crimson will be back at the Gordon Indoor Track for the Harvard Multi Meet on Friday, Jan. 11 and the Beantown Challenge on Saturday, Jan. 12.