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.
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 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.
Despite a late offensive push, the Harvard field hockey team was unable to overcome Ivy League opponents Cornell, falling in a 3-2 loss Saturday afternoon in Ithaca.
Despite conceding a tying goal with only minutes remaining in Sunday’s contest against Fairfield, the Harvard field hockey team responded in overtime.
After a devastating overtime defeat last week, the Harvard field hockey team bounced back with a dominant road performance against UMass-Lowell. The Crimson jumped out to an early lead and never lost it as the team shut out the River Hawks on their home field, 4-0.
With just over five minutes left to play in regulation at Jordan Field, the Harvard field hockey team got on the scoreboard for the first time Saturday. But the late offensive spark was not enough to clinch Harvard’s first at-home victory of the season, as Brown managed to sink the ball into the net two minutes into sudden death overtime for the 2-1 victory.
It’s the first weekend of October after a week that felt like anything but fall. Make the most of what is mostly still nice weather with a picnic—or at least by studying for those midterms outdoors.
With its loss to UNH Sunday, Harvard field hockey has now lost two straight after winning two straight.