Lucy D. Chen
Before a rowdy sold-out crowd at Bright Hockey Center, the Big Red’s freshman goaltender Andy Iles ruined any chance for two consecutive victories by the Crimson.
In last night’s fast-skating and hard-hitting battle between two offensively minded teams, No. 18 Merrimack came out on top over Harvard, 3-1.
In its season-opening matchup against No. 15 Union, the defense of the Harvard men’s hockey team was put to a serious test, as the Crimson struggled to generate shots on goal. The Dutchmen (6-1-2, 1-0-0 ECAC) took the contest, 2-1.
Senior Kyle Richter may not have the most glamorous job, but the goalie will be vital to the team's success this season.
Last weekend at its awards banquet at the Harvard Club of Boston, the Harvard men's hockey team named juniors Michael Del Mauro and Chris Huxley as its 117th and 118th captains. Classmate Kyle Richter was designated as assistant captain.
The Harvard men’s hockey team (9-21-3) battled through difficult first and second periods before finally falling, 3-0, to No. 9 Cornell (19-8-4) at Lynah Rink in the second game of its ECAC quarterfinal series on Saturday night.
The Harvard men’s hockey team (6-13-3, 6-8-3 ECAC) will head to Boston tonight to take on Northeastern (9-15-0, 6-11-0 Hockey East) in the consolation final of the 58th Annual Beanpot Tournament.
Things went from bad to worse last night for the Harvard men’s hockey team (5-12-3, 5-7-3 ECAC).
In the battle between two ECAC giants, the Harvard men’s hockey team (5-11-3, 5-6-3 ECAC) came up just short in Friday night’s matchup against Princeton (8-10-2, 4-8-1), losing, 2-1, at Bright Hockey Center.
Harvard notched its first away win since Oct. 30 by topping No. 13 Union, 4-1, on Friday before tying Rensselaer, 3-3, on Saturday
It was a tough, physical, and often violent night for the Harvard men’s hockey team (1-4-1, 1-4-1 ECAC) in its Friday home opener against St. Lawrence (7-4-1, 3-2-0 ECAC), one in which the Crimson came up short, falling 3-2 to the Saints.
In a reversal of roles from its past few games, it was the Harvard men’s hockey team (1-3-1, 1-3-1 ECAC) that came from behind to skate to a 3-3 tie with No. 19 Princeton (3-2-1, 2-1-1 ECAC) on Saturday afternoon at Baker Rink.
<p>Growing up in snowy Montreal, Alex, Michael, and Danny Biega were immersed from birth in a world obsessed with hockey.</p>
In his return to the Crimson crease after a year-long leave of absence, junior Kyle Richter made 41 saves to anchor Harvard’s defensive efforts in the team’s season-opening 5-3 win over Dartmouth on Friday night at Thompson Arena.
While the Harvard softball team may not have ended its season with the title it hoped for, the ups and