Women's Ice Hockey
Sophomore women’s hockey goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer is used to being the only girl around. In fact, Maschmeyer said she hadn’t officially played women’s hockey until joining the Crimson last year.
The typical incoming freshmen have little idea of what to expect from college. But Harvard freshmen Brianna Laing, Natasha Rachlin, and Robyn White are not typical.
Within the first two minutes of the women’s home hockey game Friday night, sophomore forward Miye D’Oench sent the first of five Harvard goals piercing into the back of New Hampshire’s net, opening the floodgates to the Crimson’s 5-0 victory.
In a sea of fans dressed in white, the Crimson women’s hockey team will hope to stand out against fellow Boston foe Boston College (12-4-1, 7-1 WHEA). Coming off several convincing wins, Harvard is looking to continue its winning ways in front of a large home crowd as it heads into the winter break.
The Crimson's Thanksgiving feast continued Sunday as five different skaters scored to extend the team's unbeaten streak.
Junior Samantha Reber scored the Harvard women’s hockey team’s second goal against Boston University as the Crimson topped the Terriers, 3-1. Reber is now tied for the team lead with eight points.
From the opening faceoff of the women’s hockey game at Bright-Landry Hockey Center Friday night, Harvard dominated Boston University on the ice.
The Harvard women’s hockey team heads into its first non-conference game against Boston University this Friday with high hopes to redeem last year’s 2-1 loss.
Freshman Sydney Daniels scored her third goal of the season late in the third period against Colgate, putting the finishing touches on a 2-0 victory.
In the absence of sustained momentum, newcomers stepped up to keep Harvard in the driver’s seat in a 2-0 win. Freshman goaltender Brianna Laing silenced a heated Colgate (3-11-0, 1-7-0 ECAC) offense in her first collegiate game.
After 40 minutes of struggling against the Crimson defense, it only took two minutes for the momentum to shift in the Big Red’s favor in a game that eventually ended in a 3-3 tie, leaving Harvard (6-1-1, 6-1-1 ECAC) in second behind league-leader Cornell (8-0-2, 6-0-2).
The Harvard women’s ice hockey team seemingly played two separate games against St. Lawrence in a 3-2 win Friday.
Though temperatures are dropping outside, Harvard women’s hockey sophomoe goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer and the rest of the squad’s defenders are only continuing to heat up.