A Harvard Police Officer rests for a moment in Cabot Dining Hall during dinner Friday night. A few minutes before, Boston Police lifted the ban on free outdoor movement across the area and restarted the MBTA Subway system.
Freshman Attackman Devin Dwyer, who recently received the Ivy League Rookie of the Weeks award, led a freshmen offensive barrage against Quinnipiac. In total, the Crimson’s freshmen players recorded eight goals and eight assists in Tuesday’s win over Quinnipiac.
Captain Micaela Cyr, shown above in earlier action, tallied three goals in Harvard’s road contest at Vanderbilt. Despite the senior’s third hat trick of the year, the Crimson fell to the Commodores, 15-11. Freshman attack Audrey Todd also had notched three goals in the road defeat.
Junior midfielder Danielle Tetreault, shown above in previous action, scored a hat-trick as the Crimson jumped out to a 6-0 lead. The Terriers came back though, scoring a game-winning goal with 11 seconds left.
Junior attacker Peter Schwartz scored two goals against Dartmouth to bring him to eight total on the season, good for third most on the team. The Crimson is undefeated in games in which Schwartz has scored this year and has only won one game in which the junior did not get on the board. Harvard has outscored its opponents 60-58 so far this year.
Captain midfielder Micaela Cyr leads the Crimson in goals, assists, and points this season. Cyr has scored in every game this year and was part of a balanced attack against Yale in which seven different players scored.
Freshman goaltender Emerance Maschmeyer, shown here in previous action, was recently named ECAC Rookie of the Year and followed that up by completing her second shutout of Dartmouth in two days on Saturday.
Captain Micaela Cyr, shown here in previous action, tied for the team-lead with five points against No. 15 Cornell. The senior’s three goals and two assists were not enough to top the host Big Red as the Crimson fell to 0-2 to start the season.
Ashford L. King '15 takes a break from playing trumpet in order to sing during Mariachi Veritas's performance during the 28th Annual Cultural Rhythms, which took place in Sanders Theater on Saturday afternoon.