HVC Hall of Fame Dinner - Rowing Induction
Celebrating the most accomplished boats in Harvard history
Date: Saturday, October 22
Time: 6PM Reception (outdoors), 7PM Dinner and Induction (indoors)
Location: Lee Family Hall of History, 65 North Harvard Street, Boston, MA 02163
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Thank you to our Dinner Sponsor, John Brock '77.
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About the Event
Join the Harvard Varsity Club on Saturday, October 22 as we recognize four of the most decorated boats in Harvard rowing history with induction into the Harvard Varsity Club Hall of Fame.
The evening will begin at 6PM with a cocktail reception outside the Lee Family Hall of History under a tent. Dinner will be served at 7PM indoors with the induction ceremony to follow.
The HVC Hall of Fame Class of 2020 joins nearly 550 alumnae/i who previously enshrined in the HVC Hall of Fame. To earn induction, former student-athletes must be a graduate of Harvard for at least 15 years and have achieved greatness in their sport for multiple years while competing for the Crimson.
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HVC Hall of Fame Class of 2020
2003 Women’s Heavyweight Crew
Varsity Eight: Courtney Brown ’03, Sarah Marvel ’03, Anna Brock Faust ’03, Tasha Pasternack ’03, Caryn Davies ’04-05, Lis Lambert ’04, Caroline Fisher ’04, Heather Schofield ’05, Julie Gluck ’05 (coxswain)
NCAA Champions … EAWRC Sprints Champions … Completed the season with a 10-1 record, the program’s best since 1989.
2003 Men’s Heavyweight Crew
Varsity Eight: Jonathan Durham ’04, Jordan Sagalowsky ’04, Malcolm Howard ’05, Cameron Winklevoss ’04, Aaron Holzapfel ’05, Michael Blomquist ’03, Justin Bosley ’03, Kip McDaniel ’04, Jesse Oberst ’04 (coxswain)
IRA National Champions … Eastern Sprints Champions … Defeated Yale by 49.8 seconds … Completed the season with an unbeaten 7-0 record … ECAC Boathouse Sports Trophy recipients as “the member program of the ECAC that best demonstrates the conference’s core values.”
2004 Men’s Heavyweight Crew
Varsity Eight: Jonathan Durham ’04, Jordan Sagalowsky ’04, Malcolm Howard ’05, Jonathan Lehe ’04, Tyler Winklevoss ’04, Cameron Winklevoss ’04, Aaron Holzapfel ’05, Kip McDaniel ’04, Jesse Oberst ’04 (coxswain)
IRA National Champions … Eastern Sprints Champions … Defeated Yale by 24.8 seconds … Completed the season with an unbeaten 7-0 record … Placed second in the Grand Challenge Cup and Ladies Challenge Plate at the Henley Royal Regatta.
2005 Men’s Heavyweight Crew
Varsity Eight: Nick Baker ’07, Andrew Boston ’07, Toby Medaris ’07, Morgan Henderson ’06, Aaron Holzapfel ’05, Brodie Buckland ’06, Malcolm Howard ’05, Adam Kosmicki ’05, Kit Ulrich ’05 (coxswain)
IRA National Champions … Eastern Sprints Champions … Defeated Yale by 39.6 seconds … Completed the season with an unbeaten 7-0 record.
About the Harvard Varsity Club
The Harvard Varsity Club (HVC) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which supports a vibrant community of undergraduate student-athletes, alumni, parents, and friends. Since 1886 we have operated under the mission of preserving the traditions, fostering the ideals, and advancing the interests of Harvard Athletics. To become a member of the HVC, click here.
Thank you to our Dinner Sponsor
John Brock '77
6:00PM Sat 22 Oct 2022, Eastern timezone
Lee Family Hall of History
65 North Harvard Street Murr Center
Boston, MA 02163 United States
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