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A Stone's Throw from Greatness
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Sturdy as Stone: Coach Katey Stone's Impact on Women's Hockey

The most prolific head coach in collegiate women's hockey, Harvard coach Katey Stone has greatly influenced and built both the Crimson program and the sport in general in her 21 years in Cambridge.

Straight Masch Homie
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Hockey is Her Serenity

Over the course of her four years on the women's ice hockey team, Canadian standout Emerance Maschmeyer has been a staple in the net for the Crimson, breaking multiple records and also providing the leadership her team needed.

A Stone's Throw from Greatness
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A Stone's Throw from Greatness

During her years at Harvard, Stone has become the winningest coach in women's college hockey history, accumulating 429 victories in her 21 years with the team.

The Successful Stone
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The Successful Stone

Stone, who returned to the team in 2014 after coaching the USA Olympic team in Sochi, took the 2014-2015 squad to the national championship game before falling to Minnesota.

Straight Masch Homie
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Straight Masch Homie

Throughout her four years spent in goal for the Crimson, Emerance Maschmeyer became a staple for the team's defense. Ending with the program's all-time career saves record, Maschmeyer has played 99 games and recorded a .940 save percentage in goal.

O' Canada
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O' Canada

Ex-Harvard captain Emerance Maschmeyer allowed just four goals over 191 minutes of ice time at IIHF Women’s World Championships. Manning the net for Team Canada, she made 68 saves in two contests against the United States.

O' Canada
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Gold Medal Game Sees Women's Hockey's Ex-Captains Go Head to Head

Former Harvard co-captains Michelle Picard and Emerance Maschmeyer represented the United States and Canada, respectively, at the IIHF Women's World Championships, leaving the two to face Monday with a gold medal on the line.

Suited Up
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Suited Up

The women's ice hockey team line up ahead of its 3-3 tie against Brown on February 5.

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Five Women's Ice Hockey Players Honored by Ancient Eight

Despite Harvard’s tough loss against No. 9/9 Colgate in the ECAC tournament quarterfinals over the weekend, there was still much for the players to celebrate. Five of the player’s for the Crimson earned postseason honors from the Ivy League.

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Women's Ice Hockey Eliminated from ECAC Playoffs After Overtime Loss to No. 9/9 Colgate

­The Harvard women’s ice hockey team found itself looking at a sudden death overtime in game three of the ECAC quarterfinals against No. 9/9 Colgate after sixty minutes of hockey, needing to net one goal in order to advance to the semifinals.

No Match for Maschmeyer
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No Match for Maschmeyer

The Harvard defense, shown in previous action against Boston College, has excelled at killing power plays throughout the year. The stakes are especially high this Friday in a playoff contest against Colgate.

No Match for Maschmeyer
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Women's Ice Hockey Skates into Playoff Hockey with Colgate Matchup

The postseason has become familiar territory for the Crimson, as the team has reached the ECAC semifinal in every year since the turn of the millennium.

Junior Sticks
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Junior Sticks

Junior Sydney Daniels lead the Crimson offense this weekend with three of its five goals.

Junior Sticks
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Women's Hockey Splits Weekend Series

Hitting the road to face off with conference rivals Colgate and Cornell, the women's ice hockey team found mixed results over the weekend.

Fighting for Home Ice
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Fighting for Home Ice

Sitting in fifth place in the ECAC standings, the Crimson needs a strong weekend to move up in the standings.