During her years at Harvard, Stone has become the winningest coach in women's college hockey history, accumulating 429 victories in her 21 years with the team.
Stone, who returned to the team in 2014 after coaching the USA Olympic team in Sochi, took the 2014-2015 squad to the national championship game before falling to Minnesota.
Senior forward Kyle Criscuolo served as the first two-time captain for the Harvard men's ice hockey team in the past 92 years.
Throughout her four years spent in goal for the Crimson, Emerance Maschmeyer became a staple for the team's defense. Ending with the program's all-time career saves record, Maschmeyer has played 99 games and recorded a .940 save percentage in goal.
Under Tim Murphy, pictured leading his side out against Princeton in 2013, the Harvard football program has dominated the Ivy League, having lost just five games in the last five seasons.
Head Coach Ted Minnis talks with the women's water polo team during a pause in play against Brown on April 16, 2015. Minnis has, in his six years as coach of the men's and women's programs, led the teams to their best records and standings in years.
Entering her 30th season, O’Leary has helped the Black and White earn a combined 197-103 dual season record against other fiercely competitive Division I teams. She also coached the team to Eastern Sprins titles in 1987, 1989, 2003, and 2015.
Junior pitcher Kevin Rex left in the second inning of Harvard’s Beanpot consolation matchup with UMass—a contest that the Minutemen eventually won, 6-2. Prior to Wednesday, the Crimson had previously beaten UMass in both of their two meetings this year.
After freshman Sarah Smith left the mound in the middle of a fifth-inning jam on Thursday, junior Taylor Cabe, pictured in action last March, provided 3.2 innings of relief, allowing one run and striking out five.
Star junior pitcher Taylor Cabe picked up her tenth victory of the season in the second game against Penn as the Crimson swept Colubmia and the Quakers to improve its conference record to 6-2. With the results, Harvard claimed second place in the Ancient Eight behind Ivy leader Dartmouth.
Senior second baseman Mitch Klug, shown above in the 2015 Beanpot, was hit by a pitch in Wednesday’s matchup.
Ex-Harvard captain Emerance Maschmeyer allowed just four goals over 191 minutes of ice time at IIHF Women’s World Championships. Manning the net for Team Canada, she made 68 saves in two contests against the United States.
Senior Autumne Franklin, shown (second from right) after a race while still an underclassman, qualified for the Olympic Trials with a 56.81 second time in the 400 meter hurdles at the Florida Relays this weekend.
In her junior campaign, pitcher Taylor Cabe, shown in previous action against Rhode Island, has shown marked improvement—going from a 4.12 ERA during her sophomore season to just 2.85 in 2016. Cabe gave up just one run in 14 innings of work this weekend against Cornell and Princeton.
Despite strong pitching performances by junior Taylor Cabe and co-captain Morgan Groom, Harvard split doubleheaders against Cornell and Princeton on Friday and Saturday, respectively. The Crimson, shown in previous action against Rhode Island, scored 16 runs on the weekend.
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