Co-captain Sara Flood, shown here in earlier action, scored one goal and drew four controls as the Harvard women’s lacrosse team defeated No. 15 New Hampshire, 10-9, in double overtime.
Junior forward Emma Markley got into foul trouble early but still managed to contribute 15 points and seven rebounds in 21 minutes during Harvard’s win over Brown. The win marked the start of an unbeaten weekend.
Junior Liza Ryabkina netted two goals on Friday, giving the winger nine points in her 10 games this season. Ryabkina teamed up with linemate Anna McDonald for her first goal before adding an unassisted tally in the third.
A dislocated knee has kept junior Liza Ryabkina on the bench since September, but she returned Wednesay to score a game winner.
In her first two seasons with the Harvard field hockey team, junior Chloe Keating scored 14 points. In just four games this season, Keating has matched her career total, posting five goals and four assists. Keating continued her hot play on Saturday again
Co-captain Emily Tay will be the go-to-player when Harvard takes on St. John’s tonight at 7 p.m. in the NIT. The guard, who averages 12.6 points and 5.2 assists per game, was named to the All-Ivy First Team.
Sophomore Liza Ryabkina anchored the Crimson offense in the weekend sweep of Cornell, notching a goal in Friday’s game and two on Saturday.
Harvard tri-captain Sarah Vaillancourt bolstered her candidacy for a second-straight Patty Kazmaier Award with a huge weekend, scoring twice in the No. 9 Crimson’s 4-0 win over No. 7 St. Lawrence on Friday night. She added another pair of goals and an ass
In a dominant showing in which four Harvard players scored in double digits, freshman Brogan Berry led the way for Harvard’s offensive attack on Saturday against Brown. Berry dropped 17 points in the 71-46 drubbing, shooting 5-for-6 from the field and 2-f
Co-captain Emily Tay, above, led the offensive onslaught in Friday’s game against Penn in Philadelphia, notching 22 points, while sophomore Christine Matera tacked on an additional 17 points, finishing 5-for-5 from behind the arc. With the win, the Crimso
Hot off icing Friday’s game against Penn with eight straight points down the wire, sophomore Emma Markley picked up a double-double with 22 points and 11 rebounds in Harvard’s 82-73 victory over Princeton.
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