Robert F Worley
Making his first start since Nov. 27, sophomore center Kenyatta Smith put together a career night, scoring 20 points, blocking 10 shots, and grabbing nine rebounds.
Junior No. 1 Ali Farag was one of the four members of the Crimson squad who won his individual matchup in the Crimson’s 5-4 loss to No. 1 Trinity. Farag defeated Trinity’s No. 1, Reinhold Hergeth, 11-4, 11-6, 11-5.
Sophomore Julianne Chu, shown here in previous action, defeated Brown’s Skylar Murphy in straight sets, 11-5, 11-7, 11-3, on Friday. The Crimson swept the Bears, 9-0, only dropping two sets in the process. Chu is 7-0 this season, one of seven undefeated Harvard women.
Junior guard Christine Clark scored 15 points in the Crimson’s 69-60 overtime victory over the Big Red on Sunday. Clark currently leads Harvard, and is second in the Ivy League, with 16.6 points per game.
Senior Marshall Everson’s second period goal on the power play drew the Crimson even with visiting Dartmouth and was just the ninth power-play goal on 85 opportunities this season. The tie broke an ECAC stretch in which the Crimson did not collect any points that dated back to a Nov. 16 win.
Junior forward Lyndsey Fry and her Harvard women's hockey team ended their longest scoring drought of the season in Tuesday's contest against Boston College. he squad eventually fell to the Eagles, 3-2.
Sophomore wing Wesley Saunders led Harvard with 18 points Saturday night.
Sophomore wing Wesley Saunders, shown here in earlier action, had 14 points for the Crimson Saturday night.
Siyani Chambers' layup with 18 seconds to go capped a 15-5 Crimson run in the final moments of Saturday's game and sent the contest into overtime. Harvard emerged with an 82-77 win and Chambers led all scorers with 21 points.