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The Crimson led by just one point at the break but broke the game open with timely shooting late in the contest.
Maybe it was the pregame speech from Coach Amaker, maybe it was the result of a thrilling win just a couple days ago over UMass. Whatever it was, the Crimson came out Wednesday night against Northeastern a newfound energy.
As the ball hung in the air, UMass and Crimson fans alike fell silent. When it rimmed out, the Crimson faithful could finally breathe once more as its team escaped with a hard-fought 75-73 victory.
On Tuesday night, senior wing Wesley Saunders once again shouldered the offensive burden for the Crimson.
The No. 18 Harvard men’s ice hockey team (6-1-2, 3-1-2 ECAC) stunned No. 1 Boston University (9-2-1, 6-1-1 HEA) on the road in overtime, 3-2.
Harvard's five regular starters responded to coach Tommy Amaker's benching in the Crimson's 71-49 win over Florida Atlantic.
With 15 minutes left on the clock, the Harvard football team found itself in unfamiliar territory. Trailing in the second half for the first time since week two, the Crimson needed to mount a fourth quarter comeback to defeat Penn.
On a night when many of his teammates struggled, Harvard senior Wesley Saunders was dynamic, showcasing a plethora of moves that could ascend to the next level.
In the team's first game of the season, Harvard's best players were their best players.
The Crimson defense returned three interceptions for touchdowns in a 45-0 blowout that marked the third straight shutout of Columbia.
Four down, three to go. In a battle of the two undefeated teams in the Ivy League, Harvard came to Memorial Field and outlasted the Big Green in a defensive struggle to escape victorious, 23-12.
Third down was not the charm for the Harvard football team on Saturday.
After a dismal opening two quarters, Harvard rediscovered its offensive firepower in the second half and scored on four of its five drives.
Starting running back Paul Stanton never made the trip to the nation’s capital. No matter.