Fourth-year netminder Steve Michalek will look to anchor the Crimson defense in its opening-round postseason bout with Brown.
Captain Erika Veidis, seen here in the Indoor Heptogonal Championships in Feb. 2013, was part of the 4 x 880 relay team that clinched the third straight Ivy League Heptagonal Championships for the women's team
Captain Erin McDonnell's late-game heroics led her team to a win over Columbia on Senior Night.
Senior Amanda Sobhy, depicted in the team championship on Feb. 15, capped her collegiate run with her fourth individual national title on Sunday, bringing her undefeated Harvard career to a close.
Led by co-captain Max Everson, depicted in Monday's Beanpot tilt against BC, Harvard will look to bounce back from its latest loss with a win on Senior Night.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey logged a goal and an assist on Saturday, finishing the season with 18 goals on 34 points in conference play, both tops in the ECAC.
Vesey's power play goal was not enough for the Crimson to overcome an early three goal deficit against No. 10/9 Quinnipiac.
Co-captain Max Everson, shown in previous action, and the Crimson look to clinch a first round bye in the playoffs as they face ECAC foes Quinnipiac and Princeton this weekend.
Sophomore forward Sydney Daniels, seen here on Feb. 10 in the Beanpot final against Boston College, has scored three goals in the past five games. Her second period goal last Friday against St. Lawrence knotted the game at one and ensured that the Crimson would tally at least a point on the weekend.
Boston College goaltender Thatcher Demko (33 saves) celebrates after his team's 3-2 overtime victory over the Crimson on Monday.
Co-captain Max Everson carries the puck up the ice in Monday's Beanpot consolation game against Boston College.
Sophomore forward Sydney Daniels provided a second-period equalizer against St. Lawrence on Friday, the Crimson's only goal of the weekend.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo had the lone goal of the night for the Crimson in its 5-1 loss to St. Lawrence on Friday.
Over the weekend, the No. 1 Harvard Women's Squash became national champions as they defeated No. 3 Trinity for the Howe Cup. Senior Amanda Sobhy had one of three sweeps on the day for the Crimson, and is undefeated in her career at Harvard.