Junior captain Lauren Snyder scored two of the Crimson’s three goals last night, but it wasn’t enough as Brown prevailed 8-3, dropping Harvard to 4-6 on the season. The Bears moved to 6-2 with the win.
Senior captain Julie Chu added to her nation-leading 64 points (17 goals, 47 assists) with two goals and nine assists in her final three regular season games for the Crimson—wins over Northeastern, Yale and Brown.
Despite a 3-1 victory by captain Ilan Oren, shown here in earlier action, at No. 2, the Crimson dropped a 6-3 contest to the Tigers.
No. 1 flight Sidd Suchde held strong at the top for Harvard, but Trinity ended up victorious. The much-hyped match pitted the nation’s top two teams, and the schools stayed true to their rankings. The Bantams will maintain their place at No. 1 nationally,
The Boston Landmarks Orchestra played a Midwinter Night’s Concert in Sanders Theatre last night. The program included selections from Tchaikovsky and Mozart.
Firth M. McEachern ’08 loads his plate to gain energy for the Feats of Strength; Festivus cannot end until Master Harris is pinned.