Seb Lloyd, pictured above diving for the puck on Oct. 31 against Dartmouth, and the Harvard men's hockey team have the pieces in place to make another ECAC playoff run.
Harvard struggled on offense throughout the game against Dartmouth, but succeeded in scoring when it counted, scoring all its points in the fourth quarter.
Harvard forward Jimmy Vesey scored a power-play goal on both ends of a home-and-home with Dartmouth this weekend.
Captain Matt Koran's fumble recovery with under 3:00 remaining enabled the Crimson to take its first lead of the game in the final minute.
Dartmouth quarterback Dalyn Williams, pictured in action against Harvard in 2013, has thrown 14 touchdowns this season.
Senior defensive end Denzel Paige celebrates during Harvard's 14-13 win over Dartmouth.
Leading 13-0 early in the fourth quarter, Dartmouth looked to be on its way to a win after stopping Harvard five consecutive times on the one-yard line.
Senior running back Paul Stanton, pictured here, as well as classmates Scott Hosch and Seitu Smith all tried to punch the ball in from the one-yard line early in the fourth, but the Crimson was stopped five straight times.
Over the final 10 minutes of play, senior quarterback Scott Hosch went 8-15, throwing for 94 yards and two touchdowns.
Imry Halevi, right, in the multimedia control room beneath the Bright Hockey Center, monitors cameras as he produces a live stream for the Brown game. Halevi supervises a camera and production crew for each home game, shifting attention between the game production and the stadium’s video board content.
Harvard's Director of Athletic Communications, Timothy J. Williamson, works the press box during a football game this fall.
Tim Williamson, right, films on his phone while a Fox College Sports reporter interviews Director of Athletics Bob Scalise during halftime of the Harvard-Brown football game in late September.
Associate Director of Athletic Communications Allison Miller, left, stands next to Director of Athletics Bob Scalise on the sideline at halftime of the Harvard-Brown football game. Miller helped arrange an interview with Scalise at halftime.
Dick Friedman, bottom, watches the Harvard-Brown game from the press box alongside other reporters. Friedman, the head football writer for Harvard Magazine, was one of nearly 200 credentialed media members on hand for the game.