Team USA and Harvard head coach Katey Stone
While women's hockey coach Katey Stone leads the US National Team in the 2014 Olympics in Russia, the Crimson will be controlled by recently named interim coach Maura Crowell.
The winningest coach in the history of Division I women's hockey, Harvard's Katey Stone was named the head coach of the 2014 U.S. Women's Hockey Olympic Team on Friday. She becomes the first woman to ever hold that post.
Senior wide receiver Marco Iannuzzi, shown above in earlier action, was picked sixth overall by the CFL's BC Lions.
Junior co-captain Keith Wright, shown here in earlier action, leads Harvard in scoring and rebounding, with 15.2 ppg and 8.8 rpg. The Crimson closes out regular season action against Penn and Princeton this weekend.
Senior Katharine Chute, shown here in earlier action, was one of two players sent to the box after receiving a penalty, which allowed St. Lawrence to have a 5-on-3 advantage in the first period. No goals came until the third period, in which Harvard outscored the Saints, 2-1.
Tri-captain Kate Buesser, shown here in earlier action, scored the winning goal that sealed Harvard's win over Clarkson. The Golden Knights made a final push in the third period to no avail, dropping the contest, 3-2.
Harvard women's hockey coach Katey Stone was selected as head coach of the US National team for the 2010-2011 season.
Though her career was cut short in January by an injury, Kessler graduates as the winningest goalie in Harvard history.
The winningest coach in the history of NCAA women’s hockey guided her team to the fourth seed in the NCAA tournament this year.
Co-captain Margaux Black started two strong games for Harvard in the ILCS, but the Crimson softball team fell to Cornell in three.
Former Crimson hockey player Sarah Vallaincourt '08-'09 was recently named to the ECAC All-Decade team.
Co-captain Margaux Black, shown here in earlier action, came on in relief after an uncharacteristically shaky start for sophomore Rachel Brown and managed to shut down the Cornell offense. Black pitched 4.2 innings of shutout softball to pick up her first win of the season and earn the Crimson a split with the Big Red.
Senior Ben Smith hopes to have an impact both on and off the field in his last season with the Crimson.
Sarah Vaillancourt ’08-’09, shown here in earlier action, is one of five Harvard alumnae playing in the women's hockey gold medal game between the United States and Canada at the Winter Olympics tomorrow.
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