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Seven Harvard Football Players Named Hampshire Honor Society Members

Evan Loring

Since 2013, Evan Loring has served as a senior manager at Congruity, a Pembroke, Massachusetts-based IT support services firm. Prior to joining Congruity, Evan Loring studied economics at the University of New Hampshire and served as a receivers coach for the Harvard University football team.

In a recently released statement, the Harvard University Athletics Department announced that seven members of the Harvard football team have been selected for the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society. To be named to the NFF Hampshire Honor Society, student-athletes must maintain a minimum 3.2 GPA throughout their college career while also playing a significant role on their team.
The Harvard players honored by the organization this year were seniors Kyle Adams, Kolbi Brown, Joseph Foster, Raishaun McGhee, Max Rich, Dallas Schray, and Langston Ward. They will join the rest of the luminaries on the field when the team’s 2017 season kicks off against Rhode Island on September 17.

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