Despite a hat trick from senior attackman Jeff Cohen, the low-scoring contest ended in a Crimson defeat, 7-6.
Coming off of a big win over then-No. 4 Rochester, the Crimson (13-2, 4-1 Ivy) came through once again this weekend, bumping its winning streak up to three straight matches with the road victories over No. 6 Cornell and No. 15 Columbia, 5-4 and 9-0, respectively.
For two years, Harvard field hockey coach Sue Caples didn’t lose any sleep over who she had defending her team’s goal.
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After surrendering six unanswered goals to New Hampshire, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team was in danger of having its record drop below .500. But that’s when sophomore Jennifer VanderMeulen did what she does best, scoring the tying and go-ahead goal to lead the team to victory.
Tetreault sparked the Crimson’s offense, scoring a game- and career-high six goals in the contest against Stanford. While Harvard was ultimately defeated 18-17, Tetreault’s performance in the game should certainly be a wake up call for Harvard’s future opponents.
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After finishing its 2010 season in style, winning four of its last five games, the Crimson women’s lacrosse team is looking to carry its momentum into the 2011 season.
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Harvard was able to take three matches from the Bantams, although the contest ultimately ended in a victory for Trinity, 6-3.