Freshman Harry Krieger, pictured here in earlier action, continued to impress between the pipes for Harvard, recording 14 saves in Saturday’s loss at Cornell. It was the second-straight game that Krieger, who has earned the starting role, finished with double-digit saves against a ranked opponent.
Freshman Micaela Cyr, shown here in earlier action, led the team in draw controls against Virginia last night. The Crimson built up an early lead but a late first half run put the Cavaliers ahead and they never looked back. Harvard will look to rebound off this loss against Holy Cross next week.
Rookie Jennifer VanderMeulen, shown here in earlier action, paced the Crimson offense with five goals against Yale on Saturday. The effort could not bring the Harvard women’s lacrosse team a win, though, as the Bulldogs prevailed, 17-13, thanks to a strong first half.
Co-captain Sara Flood had two goals in Saturday’s game against Brown, including a crucial one early in the second half to spark the Harvard comeback. But despite the late-game rally, the Crimson suffered an 11-10 loss.
Conservative New York Times columnist and fomer Quincy resident Ross Douthat speaks about the role of conservatives at Harvard and other Ivy League institutions yesterday in the Quincy Senior Common Room.