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The Harvard field hockey team continued its strong start to the season, claiming its first Ivy League win against rival Yale at home on Saturday.
Senior Noel Painter, pictured above in previous action, scored her second goal of the season against Vermont, as the 4-0 Crimson are off to their best start since 2005.
The Harvard field hockey team had luck on its side up north this weekend, earning two wins over the University of Maine and the University of Vermont at the Catamount Classic Tournament. The Crimson’s four-game win streak is the team’s best start to the season since 2005, when the squad also started off 4-0.
Freshman Hannah Wellington burst onto the scene in her first weekend of collegiate play to score two goals in the team’s decisive 4-0 win over Holy Cross.
Sophomore Marissa Balleza fights for control of the ball in a 3-2 Harvard victory on Friday night against Bryant at Jordan Field. The forward finished with two goals in the game, including what proved to be the game winner in the 51st minute of play.
The Crimson opened its 2014 season with two games this weekend, emerging victorious against Bryant on Friday night and over Holy Cross on Sunday afternoon at Jordan Field.
With the disappointment of not meeting expectations last season weighing heavily, the Harvard field hockey team is already looking forward to the fall with a new mentality and concrete goals in mind.
In the final game of the Harvard women’s field hockey team’s regular season play, sophomore Elizabeth Jacobson led the Crimson to its first victory against Columbia since 2007 with both of the team’s goals in the 2-1 win.
Sophomore Elizabeth Jacobson, shown here in previous action, led Harvard to an overtime win against Columbia. Jacobson scored both the game-tying goal and the winning goal in overtime.
Sophomore Elizabeth Jacobson scored both of the Harvard field hockey team's goals to end the squad's season on a high note.
When Harvard field hockey challenged Columbia in New York on Sunday afternoon, the Crimson struggled mightily for the first 64 minutes of the contest, but came back with a vengeance to finish off the season on a high note.
The Harvard field hockey team could not quite get a handle on Dartmouth on Saturday, but bounced back against the University of Vermont on Sunday, coming out victorious on Senior Day in the Crimson’s last home game of the season.
After a close 3-1 loss to defending national champion Princeton last weekend, the Harvard field hockey team moved on and prevailed last night, earning a 1-0 win over Northeastern in the Huskies’ last home game of the season.
In a Princeton-filled weekend, Harvard field hockey (5-8, 1-4 Ivy) struggled in a hard-fought match against the defending national champion Tigers (9-4, 5-0) at Jordan Field.
The Harvard field hockey team (5-7, 1-3 Ivy) challenged No. 7 Boston College (12-4, 1-3 ACC) Wednesday night at the Newton Field Hockey Complex, keeping the game interesting for the first 50 minutes of play before ultimately succumbing to a superior opponent.