Women's Ice Hockey
Despite a rocky start to the season and a lackluster performance against Boston College at the Beanpot, a strong weekend from the women’s hockey team gives hope to the squad as it ends its regular season conference matchups.
After giving up two goals in the first five minutes of the game and another before the end of the period, the Crimson mounted a late comeback lead by senior Miye D’Oench and junior Sydney Daniels.
Despite a tough game in the first round, the Crimson returned to Walter Brown Arena with its offense at full steam, putting five goals past the host team en route to a 5-3 victory Tuesday night
There’s plenty of hockey left to play for Harvard, and if the team manages to control home ice and host the ECAC quarterfinals at Bright-Landry, the door is wide open for the Crimson.
Sophomore forward Nikki Friesen scored her first career goal during Saturday's game against Yale.
Playing its last regular season home game of the year, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team picked up a victory over ECAC and Ivy rival Yale by a 4-1 margin.
Junior Sydney Daniels found the back of the net twice for the Crimson in a 3-3 tie against ECAC rival Brown.
Two goals from junior forward Sydney Daniels sent the Harvard women’s hockey team to a 3-3 stalemate against ECAC bottom feeder Brown.
Harvard struggled on all ends on Tuesday night, as the Crimson let in eight goals, including five in the first frame, while failing to get the puck past BC keeper Katie Burt.
Sophomore forward Tori Sullivan opened the scoring less than five minutes in on Tuesday, setting the tone for an 8-0 Boston College win.
Facing the top-ranked Eagles, it took just over four minutes for the Crimson to find itself down on the scoreboard. It was the beginning of a slippery slope for Harvard.
Top-ranked Boston College scored five times in the opening period en route to a completely one-sided 8-0 victory in the Beanpot semifinals.
Freshman blueliner Kaitlin Tse, shown here in action against Princeton, and the Crimson will take on Boston College in a Beanpot semifinal tomorrow
Captain Emerance Maschmeyer will be looked to keep a potent BC offense at bay as Harvard tries to upset the top-ranked Eagles and return to the Beanpot Final.
The 2016 rendition of the annual face-off between Harvard, Boston University, Boston College, and Northeastern is set to face off today at 5 p.m. at the Walter Brown Arena on BU’s campus.