Michael D. Ledecky
The Harvard men’s hockey team has run out of second chances.
A day after upsetting the No. 1 team in the country in overtime, the Harvard men’s hockey team fell to Princeton, 2-1, off a sudden-death strike from junior forward Andrew Calof.
No. 17 received a forwarding pass and swept across the crease to beat Boston Bruins goaltender Anton Khudobin. It wasn’t the first goal the 23-year-old forward had scored at TD Garden, but this one was different.
The senior Alex Fallstrom's overtime goal lifted the Harvard men’s hockey team to a 2-1 upset at the Bright Hockey Center Saturday evening.
While the Harvard men’s basketball team looks to clinch a share of the Ivy League title with two wins at Princeton and Penn, March Madness has already started for other Crimson winter squads. Women’s hockey hosts Dartmouth tonight for Game 1 of the ECAC quarterfinals while women’s swimming and diving has already begun its three-day defense of its Ivy League title at Princeton. In addition, men’s hockey looks to wrap-up its regular season at the Bright with contests against No. 1 Quinnipiac and Princeton while women’s basketball hopes to make some noise against the Ancient Eight’s top two teams as it hosts Princeton and Penn. Here’s a look at some of the big numbers heading into the weekend.
UMass pulled ahead with a 4-0 surge in the second quarter, and while the Crimson outscored its cross-state rivals in each of the final two frames, it could not close the gap.
A mover and shaker in the Harvard Athletic Department is taking his talents to Palo Alto. Harvard Assistant Athletic Director Kurt K. Svoboda is now the property of Stanford Athletics.
The bottom line: the season is not lost. It can be saved.
Harvard graduate Alex Killorn scores first NHL goal.
Two goals from senior forward Marshall Everson lifted the Harvard men’s hockey team past Colgate, 4-1, at the Bright Hockey Center Friday evening. The Crimson picked up its first in-conference win since Nov. 16.
The Harvard men’s hockey team (5-15-1, 3-12-0 ECAC) snapped its losing streak in anticlimactic fashion Sunday, tying No. 17 Dartmouth (11-8-3, 7-6-2 ECAC), 1-1, at the Bright Hockey Center.
After two close opening games, freshman Saumya Karki and sophomore Julianne Chu found themselves playing catch-up. But Harvard’s No. 5 and No. 8 rallied to win each of their next three games, as the No. 2 Crimson women’s squash team (10-1, 4-1 Ivy) swept the second wave to clinch a 7-2 team victory over No. 4 Trinity (14-2).
After going 0-for-3 with the man advantage Monday, Harvard’s power play unit now ranks 59th out of 59 D-I teams
As the puck drops on the 61st Annual Beanpot today, the Crimson will attempt to halt a seven-game losing skid against defending NCAA champion No. 5 Boston College.
The Crimson defeated Iona, 15-13, and Villanova, 18-6, before closing out the day with a 10-7 win over CAMO.
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