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Field Hockey Sets Program Record With Win Against Columbia

Coming into its final game of the regular season, No. 16 Harvard field hockey knew that it had a chance to rewrite the record books. In last week’s win against Dartmouth, the Crimson tied the program record with its 12th win of the year. Thanks to a standout performance by freshman forward Mimi Tarrant, Harvard beat Columbia, 4-0, in New York, N.Y. to pick up a 13th victory and set a new mark for single-season wins.

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Stellar Second Half Propels Field Hockey Past Dartmouth

Following its victory against Boston University earlier in the week, Harvard field hockey returned to Ivy league action on Saturday to face off against Dartmouth. In a tale of two halves, the Crimson overcame a Big Green first half lead to win, 6-2.

Cookson Fire
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Cookson Fire

Co-captain Ellie Cookson passes the ball against Princeton. The midfielder holds the Harvard record for assists.

Cookson Fire
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Cookson Commands Field Hockey with Deft Touch

With three games left in her career, co-captain and midfielder already owns the all-time assist record for the Crimson. Five years ago, though, she was thinking about playing rugby instead.

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Field Hockey Rebounds Against Boston University, 2-1

Harvard Field Hockey regained momentum with a 2-1 victory over No. 21 Boston University, as it looks to continue its march toward the NCAA tournament.

Natty Light
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Natty Light

Freshman forward Natalie Sicher smoothly slides past her Princeton defender in previous action against the Tigers.

Dominant D
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Dominant D

Freshman Mimi Tarrant looks for a way around a Princeton defender. The Tigers shutout the Harvard offense in the 3-0 rout.

Dominant D
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Field Hockey Drops 13-Game Ancient Eight Win Streak

Saturday’s matchup between No. 15 Harvard and No. 14 Princeton likely determined the Ivy League title winner. In the defensive battle, where neither team recorded more than ten shots, the Tigers took the match, 3-0.

Finding the Seam
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Finding the Seam

Freshman back Hannah Pearce looks to advance the ball in action against Connecticut earlier in the season.

Finding the Seam
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Field Hockey Prepares for Crucial Home Date with Princeton

As Harvard coach Tjerk van Herwaarden called it, “the battle of the unbeatens” will take place this Saturday at Berylson Field. The No. 13 Harvard field hockey team will take on No. 14 Princeton in a pivotal, high-stakes matchup of the Ancient Eight’s two remaining unbeaten teams.

Over and Out
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Over and Out

The field hockey team felt the loss of its leading scorer Kathleen Young this weekend, but still managed to overcome Cornell in overtime.

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Field Hockey Outlasts Cornell, Remains Undefeated in Ivies

Traveling to Ithaca this weekend, the Crimson had to quickly adapt to life without its leading scorer. In a highly contested game, Harvard (10-3; 4-0 Ivy) eventually overcame the Big Red (7-4; 1-3) 4-3 thanks to an overtime goal.

Finding the Gap
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Finding the Gap

Junior forward Emily Duarte passes the ball in conference action against Penn.

Finding the Gap
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Field Hockey Blows Out Brown, Loses Heartbreaker to BC

After a strong performance against Penn last weekend, the No. 13 Harvard women’s field hockey team split its weekend slate, first shutting out Brown 7-0 on Friday before falling 2-1 in a shootout against No. 8 Boston College two days later.

HAPPILY DOMINANT
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HAPPILY DOMINANT

Co-Captain Ellie Cookson was one of Harvard's six goal scorers on Saturday afternoon. After beating Penn, 6-0, the Crimson extended its winning streak to six games.