Claire K. Dailey
The Harvard women’s ice hockey team has a new assistant coach for its upcoming season, but it is by no means a new face.
Despite grabbing an early lead, Harvard was unable to keep pace with Boston College in the first round of the women's hockey NCAA tournament, falling, 3-1.
The Harvard women’s hockey team earned a spot in the ECAC championship game for the first time since 2008 on Saturday afternoon at Lynah Rink. The No. 6/7 Crimson (24-3, 17-3-2 ECAC) defeated No. 5 Clarkson (28-9, 18-4), 4-2, despite being outshot by the Golden Knights in the semifinals matchup.
Just over three minutes into the game, the Harvard women’s hockey team had already netted two goals and set the tone for its match against Colgate (9-19-3, 4-13-3 ECAC) Saturday night at Starr Arena. The Crimson (19-4-2, 15-2-1) bounced back from a Friday night loss against league rival Cornell to top the Raiders, 5-2.
When freshmen Emerance Maschmeyer and Miye D’Oench stepped onto the ice for the final game of the 2012 Women’s World U-18 Championship in the Czech Republic, they were opponents. Three months after Maschmeyer and Canada defeated D’Oench and the United States, the duo will share the ice again, this time as teammates.
Even though Obama’s love of basketball has moved from Hemenway to the FBI, its intensity has stayed the same.
For the first time in Harvard history, the men’s and women’s golf teams will share a head coach, the golf program announced last Friday.
Andrew Ferreira had more on his plate than just being captain of the Harvard baseball team.
Coming into the season ranked as the sixth-best freshman in the nation by Golfweek Magazine, Tiffany Lim immediately justified the lofty expectations in her first three collegiate tournaments.
After failing to win a tournament in a 2010-11 season marked by three second-place finishes, the Harvard women’s golf team came charging back in 2011-12 with five first-place finishes over the course of this season.
Following its first-place victory at the Ivy League Championships, the Harvard women’s golf team faced its toughest set of competitors yet at the NCAA Central Regional at Ohio State's Scarlet Course this past weekend.
Even in the midst of winds that reached 40 miles per hour, the Harvard women’s golf team was able to keep its winning streak alive and earn a first-place finish at the Ivy League Championships this past weekend.
Thursday night at the Recreation Building in University Park, Pa. left the Crimson with flashbacks of its first matchup against George Mason, which it lost, 3-0.
To say sophomore basketball player Laurent Rivard has had a busy year is an understatement. Knocking down 20 points for ...