Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame
The Harvard Varsity Club continues to preserve the traditions of Harvard Athletics by nominating and inducting into the Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame the most accomplished student-athletes who competed for Harvard.
Jennifer Botterill ’02-'03 (ice hockey), Dominic Moore ’03 (ice hockey), Carl E. Morris ’03 (football), Daniel J. Shevchik ’03 (swimming & diving), and Tiffany Whitton Gould ’03 (softball) will be honored at 2018 HVC Hall of Fame Dinner on Saturday, October 13 at the Harvard Club of Boston's Downtown Clubhouse. To RSVP for the dinner, click here.
The Harvard Varsity Club and a special Committee appointed by the Executive Committee of the Club oversees the Hall of Fame induction process. As Harvard offers the largest intercollegiate athletic program in the country, it is a challenging task to evaluate athletic achievement across 42 varsity sports. Therefore, strict guidelines for induction exist. In order to be selected into the Hall of Fame, all athletes must meet the following requirements:
- Has been a graduate of the college for 15 years
- Excelled for multiple years in a sport while an undergraduate at Harvard
- Achieved greatness in a sport at the time when competing at Harvard
In total, nearly 550 athletes from Harvard’s 42 varsity teams have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. If you would like to nominate someone for induction to the Hall of Fame, please email us at email@example.com.
Visit the Virtual Hall of Fame
View biographies of and personal essays from the oustanding individuals inducted into the HVC Hall of Fame. Search by one of the catagories below.