Harvard Seniors Reflect On Final Game At Harvard Stadium

The Harvard Crimson won their final game of the season on Saturday against University of Penn.

By NoontimeSports.com 

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Once Saturday’s contest against University of Pennsylvania concluded, three senior members of the Harvard University football team reflected on playing their final game at Harvard Stadium.

Here’s what the three seniors had to say after the team’s eighth win of the season.

“It’s definitely a special thing. We practice there every day, [and] played 20 games in that stadium, [and] it’s always going to be something special, especially getting the [the final win was a great feeling]. We got to go down to Yale, and take care of business, and we’re all focused on that. I think we’ll reflect after the season, but there’s going to be good memories” – Alex Gedeon

“It’ll set in a little deeper after the game next week, but it was a great feeling to be able to run out of the tunnel through the line of guys, and know it’s your last game – had a moment to kind of look out and just kind of play through my five-years here and really just took that second to think that through and realize the journey that I’ve been on through these five-years, but it’s a great feeling” – Collier Winters

“It really hasn’t hit me yet. We practice there, so our last practice [is] Thursday, [and] I guess that’s when I’ll take our last lap with the lights off and that’s our tradition, and once that’s over with I’ll probably look back and it’ll be maybe emotional, I’m not going to make any promises” – Josue Ortiz

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