With the departure of prolific scorer Alex Killorn ’12 from the Harvard men’s hockey team, it would seem as if the Crimson would have a major hole to fill in its offense.
Though there may not be any NHL games at the moment, members of the Harvard men’s hockey team’s freshman class plan to make a name for themselves at the professional level in the years to come.
Facing the second-ranked team in the nation, the Harvard field hockey team held the Tigers to just one goal in the first 27 minutes. But then the floodgates opened.
Harvard battled back at the end of the half and early in the second, but Cornell was again able to establish control with three goals in the final frame en route to its 4-0 shutout of the Crimson.
In the conclusion of a busy week of field hockey, where Harvard (3-7, 1-2 Ivy) will have played four games in eight days, the Crimson is set to face off against Bucknell (6-6, 1-0 Patriot) Sunday afternoon at Jordan Field.
The Harvard field hockey team earned both its first Ivy League win and winning streak of the season on Saturday afternoon, defeating Brown (2-6, 0-3 Ivy) in a tense 1-0 battle.
The Crimson couldn’t make up any ground on Sunday, beginning and ending the day in fifth place. Harvard shot a 572 (+12) in the tournament, finishing eight behind host Yale.
Penn netted four goals and defeated Harvard, 4-3, dropping the Crimson (1-5, 0-2 Ivy) for the first time in three years.
In its first tournament of the 2012-13 season, the Harvard men’s golf team came out strong, finishing in a tie for second place after one round of the McLaughlin tournament held at the Bethpage Red Course in Farmingdale, N.Y.
It is not quite the same as The Game, but Saturday’s game between Harvard field hockey and Yale at Jordan ...
The Harvard field hockey team fell to an early 2-0 deficit in the first half, and Providence never looked back, ultimately defeating the Crimson, 3-0, Saturday afternoon in Providence, N.H.
The Harvard field hockey team (1-1) will attempt to snap losing streaks against two New England squads this weekend as ...
Despite a slow start and several yellow cards and injuries in the second half, the Harvard field hockey team pulled off a victory in the season opener, defeating Holy Cross, 1-0, in front of a sizeable crowd at Jordan Field Saturday afternoon.
Down 15 strokes and closing in on the lead on the final day of the Ivy League Championships, the Harvard men’s golf team hadn’t felt this type of pressure in a long time.
Biega, recently named a first-team All-American, was a top contributor both offensively and defensively, winning the ECAC Best Defensive Defenseman award while also notching 1.06 points per game—second best nationally for defensemen.
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