Harvard University: 2022-2023 Season Preview


Harvard University Crimson

2022-2023 Season Preview 

  • Harvard University has won the last seven Howe Cups and the last three Potter Cups, so expectations will once again be very high up in Cambridge.
  • Despite the tradition of excellence over the past several years which should bolster the teams’ plans, there are big shoes to fill in the lineups due to prominent graduations.
  • Two-time National Champion Victor Crouin and Two-time National Finalist Hana Moataz have both moved on to the professional ranks, while All-Americans Samuel Scherl and Amina Yousry have graduated too. The mantle will now be passed to Marina Stefanoni, Marwan Tarek, and others, whose accolades speak quite a bit for themselves.

Head Coach: Mike Way
Assistant Coach: Hameed Ahmed and Luke Hammond

Women’s Team Captains: Grace Steelman and Charlotte Orcutt
Men’s Team Captains: George Crowne and Marwan Tarek

Women’s Team Roster:
Emma Carney
Evie Coxon
Serena Daniel
Habeeba Eldefrawy
Binney Huffman
Saran Nghiem
Charlotte Orcutt
Amira Singh
Grace Steelman
Marina Stefanoni
Molly Stolz
Brittnay Sun
Brecon Welch
Harbour Woodward

Women’s Team Goal: To be in contention for both the Ivy and National team titles
Women’s Key Matches: Yale, Trinity, Princeton, Columbia, Drexel

Men’s Team Roster
Ido Burstein
David Costales
George Crowne
Denis Gilevskiy
Tate Harms
Neel Joshi
Liam Rotzoll
Ishant Shah
Conner Stoltz
Marwan Tarek
Erik Wang

Men’s Team Goal: To be in contention for both the Ivy and National team titles
Men’s Key Matches: Virginia, Yale, Trinity, Princeton, Penn

Quote from Coach: “Both of our teams lost a lot of experience with the 2022 graduates but we are looking forward to welcoming our accomplished first-years to campus and we’re excited to see what the teams can do this year. With Covid hopefully behind us, we have our fingers crossed for an injury-free and smooth season. There will be many teams fighting for the Ivy and nationals titles this year and we’re hoping to be contenders for all the championships”.