Less than five miles separate the No. 10/9 Harvard men’s hockey team’s home at the Bright-Landry Center from its crosstown rival’s rink in Chestnut Hill. But in the biggest game of the season, the distance between the two teams seemed much larger.
The Crimson rode the game's first four goals to a 5-2 win over RPI in a chippy first game of the ECAC quarterfinals.
Kyle Criscuolo's go-ahead goal from Jimmy Vesey with 2:47 remaining in regulation put the Crimson in front for good Saturday night, as Harvard went on to knock off Colgate, 7-4, on Senior Night.
After starting the month as the No. 7/7 squad in the country, the No. 13/13 Harvard men’s hockey team has slipped down the national rankings in recent weeks. But Friday night, the Crimson can win an Ivy title with a victory against Cornell.
Only four points separate second place from seventh place as the Crimson prepares for its first home game in two weeks.
In recent years, a trip to the Beanpot final has been ever so elusive for the No. 7/7 Harvard men’s hockey team. This February proved no different.
The Crimson will look to keep its offensive attack in tune in its Friday matchup against Princeton.
Behind three goals in less than five minutes from co-captain Jimmy Vesey, the No. 7/8 Crimson came from behind to beat No. 18/- St. Lawrence on Friday by a score of 3-2.
Fresh off two heartbreaking losses, the No. 7/8 Harvard men’s hockey team will take the ice against No 18/- St. Lawrence and Clarkson at home this weekend. Beat writer Kurt Bullard has three things to watch for.
Harvard coach Ted Donato '91 decided to shake things up in net for the Rivalry on Ice, replacing sophomore Merrick Madsen with freshman Michael Lackey after the former let in six goals in the Crimson loss against BU. The change did not have the desired effect, however.
The Crimson will return to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center for the first time in two months for a clash with No. 11 Boston University Thursday night.
The No. 11/11 Terriers scored three times in a span of 129 seconds late in the third period Thursday night, coming from behind to snatch a 6-5 victory from the No. 5/4 Crimson at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
Jimmy Vesey is a rare breed—a master on the ice and in Mandarin.
For one set, the Harvard women’s volleyball team went toe-to-toe with a top five team in the country on the college game’s biggest stage.
In front of a mostly empty Lavietes Pavilion on the first day of Thanksgiving break, the Harvard men’s basketball team ended its three-game slide, riding a career-high 16 points and eight assists from freshman point guard Tommy McCarthy to an 80-45 win over fellow New England opponent Bryant.