Luncheon and Annual Meeting

With Coach Tim Murphy  - "Life as a Comeback"

We invite you to attend our Annual Meeting and Luncheon on Sunday, May 7, 2017 at Noon.  We are honored to welcome our guest speaker, Coach Tim Murphy.  Harvard’s all-time winningest coach, Murphy approaches his 25th season as the Thomas Stephenson Family Head Coach for Harvard Football (bio).  His discussion is entitled "Life as a Comeback" and is sure to be an engaging topic for our alumni.  We hope to see you there.
The program will be held at Sunningdale Country Club, 300 Underhill Road, Scarsdale.  Club members will receive an invitation by mail.  You are welcome to bring guests.  RSVP and payment requested by May 4th. 

Date: May 7, 2017
Time: 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Location: Sunningdale Country Club
300 Underhill Road
Scarsdale, NY
Who: Students, Alumni, Club Members and Guests
RSVP: Please RSVP here by May 4th

Payment: $65 per person (Club members; members may also bring one guest at this discounted rate)
  $80 non-members

Payable online or by check

(Cash bar) 
Payment may be made online (click here) or by check payable to Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Westchester with your name, the names of any guests and your email address if you'd like email confirmation of your reservation, to: Hon. Carole Princer Levy, 54 Brook Ridge Road, New Rochelle, NY 10804.  


Coach Tim Murphy — Life as a Comeback

One of the game's finest teachers and motivators over the last quarter-century, Tim Murphy is Harvard's all-time winningest coach, with 163 victories. His Harvard teams have captured nine Ivy League championships ('97, '01, '04, '07, '08, '11, '13, ’ 14, ‘15) and have combined to own the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision's best record over the last 16 seasons (130-29, .818).  Every four-year player Murphy has recruited to Harvard has been a part of at least one Ivy League-championship team. 

Murphy is the first Harvard coach since the iconic Percy Haughton to lead the Crimson to three unbeaten, untied seasons in his tenure ('01, '04, '14). Having previously coached five seasons at Cincinnati and two at Maine, Murphy owns career records of 195-111-1 overall, 163-66 with the Crimson and 17-6 in The Game, the annual rivalry tilt between Harvard and Yale.

Under Murphy, Harvard has claimed Ivy titles in six of the last 10 and eight of the last 16 seasons. Starting in 2001, the Crimson has posted the third-highest winning percentage in all of NCAA Division I, trailing only Boise State and Ohio State. Harvard has logged at least seven wins in each of those 16 years, an Ivy League record. 

A seven-time selection as New England Coach of the Year, Murphy was the American Football Monthly Division I-AA National Coach of the Year in 2004 and was also honored as a finalist for the Eddie Robinson Award for the top FCS Coach nationally in '01, '04 and '11. During 2013, Murphy served as President of the American Football Coaches Association, and in 2015, he joined Harvard's Faculty Committee on Athletic Sports.