Women's Ice Hockey
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With 2,028 fans on hand at its annual White the Bright event, the No. 5/5 Crimson beat the No. 9/10 Big Red, 3-0, in a game full of last-minute goals.
Senior Kalley Armstrong, shown in previous action, put the Harvard women's hockey team ahead with her goal in the third frame, but the team would fall 4-2 to Dartmouth.
Despite holding Dartmouth scoreless for almost two and a half periods, the No. 5/5 Harvard women's hockey team suffered a 4-2 defeat to the Big Green, snapping a 10-game winning streak for the Crimson.
Senior Sarah Edney opened the scoring for the Crimson on Wednesday night against New Hampshire in a 4-1 victory. The goal was her third of the year.
A solid Wildcat defense and a larger-than-normal sheet of ice tested Harvard’s offensive patience. However, the No. 5/5 Crimson hung tough to score in the last six minutes of each period and claim a 4-1 win—the team’s 10th straight victory.
Freshman forward Lexie Laing, shown in previous action, found the back of the net in both of the Crimson's wins over the weekend.
Two conference wins over Union and RPI continue a pattern of hearty Crimson defense in the second half of the season that has allowed no more than one goal per game against league opponents.
Freshman Lexie Laing, shown here in previous action, had two goals in Friday's game against Union.
By cruising to a 7-1 victory over Union in Schenectady, N.Y., the Crimson maintained a perfect start to 2015 and furthered an eight-game winning streak that began in late November.
Sophomore forward Sydney Daniels tallied three goals as the offensive floodgates opened for Harvard, who notched eight goals in the team's largest point total of the season.
Sophomore forward Sydney Daniels netted what proved to be the game-winning goal in the final seconds of the first period against Yale on Saturday.
Less than 24 hours after beating Brown, the No. 6/6 Harvard women’s ice hockey team continued to climb the ECAC standings Saturday, picking up its fifth consecutive conference win.
Coming together on the ice for the first time since Dec. 6, the No. 6/6 Harvard women's hockey team put together a full team effort in a 6-0 victory over Brown.
The Harvard women's hockey team may not have the record it wants heading into the bulk of conference play, but the Crimson looks to rebound when it returns in January.
A 10-2 loss is always a tough pill to swallow, especially for the Harvard women’s hockey team.