Jackson Dobies ’14

Setting a blistering pace, MEN’S LIGHTWEIGHT CREW pulled more than eight seconds ahead of reigning national champion Harvard for a victory at the Head of the Charles Regatta Oct. 20 in Boston.

Handling Brown 6–2 Oct. 19, WOMEN’S FIELD HOCKEY extended its perfect Ivy League record over four games this season and 17 games since its last conference loss. The No. 9 Tigers, 8–4 overall, were led by their triumvirate of national team players: Michelle Cesan ’14 (two goals, one assist), Julia Reinprecht ’14 (two goals), and Teresa Benvenuti ’16 (one goal, two assists).

Brendan McSherry ’16 tipped in a shot by Cameron Porter ’15 to top Columbia 2-1 Oct. 19 as MEN’S SOCCER remained undefeated in Ivy League play. In WOMEN’S SOCCER, Tyler Lussi ’17 picked up her second Ivy League Rookie of the Week honor after a combined two goals and two assists against Fordham and Yale.

Center Thomas Nelson ’16 scored the winning goal as MEN’S WATER POLO edged Brown 13-12 to capture the Ivy League Championship Oct. 20. The Tigers improved their record to 14–4.

Jackson Dobies ’14

A new sport? Not yet, but members of the MEN’S HOCKEY and WRESTLING teams competed last month in conditioning events that included flipping a giant tire. The wrestlers won the annual contest.