Junior Danny Biega, shown above in earlier action, found the equalizer against St. Lawrence on Saturday when the defensman buried a one-time shot to tie the game at two. Biega had also scored in the Crimson’s 3-2 win against Clarkson thanks to several deflections in front of the net.
Co-captain Luka Babic, shown here in earlier action, scored with 1:57 left in the third frame against Iona on Sunday. His goal was one of four in the period, a streak that came on four straight possessions. The Crimson finished the season by capturing seventh place in the CWPA Eastern Championship.
Kayci Baldwin '14 accepts Josue Ortiz's proposal at the end of Harvard's 45-7 win over Yale in New Haven.
Josue Ortiz and Kayci Baldwin '14 celebrate their recent engagement at the end of The Game.
16' Collier Winters lead the Harvard passing attack with 355 yards and 2 tds. He also rushed for a touchdown. Harvard defeated Yale 45 to 7.
27' Zach Boden had 83 yards from scrimmage including a rushing touchdown as part of a balanced Harvard attack.
Collier Winters lead the Harvard offense to one of most lopsided victories in Harvard Yale history.
Jack Dittmer 55' celebrates after picking off Yale quarterback Patrick Witt.
Cameron Brate muscles his way through a would-be defender. Brate pulled down 3 passes for 38 yards.
Captain Alex Gedeon 49' lead a dominating Harvard defense. Gedeon was tied for second on the team with 9 tackles, and also returned an interception for a touchdown.
89 Chris Lorditch breaks a tackle to move the chains. Lorditch caught 3 passes, in Harvard's victory.
24 Trevor Scales led Harvard with 13 carries. In total the Crimson racked up 151 yards on the ground.
Senior defensive tackle Josue Ortiz '12 proposes to Kayci Baldwin '14 after The Game on Saturday. Harvard topped Yale, 45-7, to finish off a perfect Ivy League season.
Senior defensive tackle Josue Ortiz proposes to Kayci Baldwin '14 at The Game on Saturday. Harvard won The Game, 45-7, to finish off a perfect Ivy League season.
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