Jake I. Fisher
Despite outshooting RPI, Harvard could not convert its chances and fell, 3-2, to the Engineers at Houston Field House in Troy, N.Y.
In its third game in four days, Harvard (3-15-0, 2-11-0 ECAC) gave No. 10 Union all it could handle.
When Harvard and Northeastern faced off Wednesday night, the two hockey teams found themselves heading in different directions.
Ice hockey games last 60 minutes, but the way events transpired on Saturday, the Harvard men’s hockey team’s contest at Dartmouth’s Thompson Arena was won during a six-minute stretch.
Maturity, and the development of young talent, will be vital for the men's hockey team's attempt to climb back to the top of the ECAC.
The Harvard men’s hockey team had trouble finding its rhythm during the 2009-10 season.
As a Harvard student, I say go for it, NCAA. Expand. And I’ll tell you my selfish reason: as a student from a non-power conference, I will care more about my school’s basketball program if 31 teams are added to the Big Dance.
Riding a four-game losing streak, the Harvard men’s hockey team was in desperate need of a rapid turnaround to save its season this weekend.
The most telling information regarding how good the men's Ivy League basketball teams are is a statistic calculated by Harvard freshman John Ezekowitz.
With this weekend’s game tied 2-2 in the third period, it looked as if the Crimson (6-13-3, 6-7-3 ECAC) would have a chance to accomplish its goal.
In the 58th installment of the Beanpot men’s hockey tournament, Boston College came out with focus. Harvard, on the other hand, looked lost at TD Banknorth, as it was trounced 6-0 by a fast and disciplined Eagles team, ranked 14th in the nation.
Facing frigid temperatures and two non-conference opponents, the Crimson held its own, coming away with a 4-1 win over the Nevada Wolf Pack yesterday, but falling, 4-0, to the No. 5 Baylor Bears on Saturday.
I feel like I’ve seen six seasons of Harvard men’s hockey the past three years. What do I mean by that? What I mean is that over the past three seasons, the Crimson has played the part of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to perfection.
Morrison, who scored four goals in a losing effort, was 20 seconds away from single-handedly beating BU, the defending NCAA Champions.