Crimson staff writer
Jake is a member of the 142nd and 143rd Guards. He covers the Harvard men's hockey team.
Crimson staff writer Jake Meagher can be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @MeagherTHC.
Remember that hypothesis predicting Harvard’s co-captain might see his production drop without the heroics of Jimmy Vesey and Kyle Criscuolo? That’s now obsolete. Because Kerfoot looks to be on his way to the best season he’s ever had.
Freshman defenseman Adam Fox (18) and co-captain Alexander Kerfoot, shown interacting during warm-ups earlier this season, combined for 11 points this weekend in Harvard's two wins.
In upstate New York, the eighth-ranked Crimson delivered two powerful punches this weekend, snapping nine- and eight-game unbeaten streaks belonging to No. 19 St. Lawrence and Clarkson, respectively.
Harvard and St. Lawrence square off tonight at Appleton Arena, shown during a much colder time back in February.
The Crimson (6-2-1, 2-1-1 ECAC) has averaged 4.22 goals per game so far this season, but the Saints (8-4-4, 5-0-2) have surrendered just a goal a game in conference play.
After No. 7 BU and No. 9 Harvard combined for six goals in the opening 25 minutes, the Terriers rode a pair of third-period tallies to a 5-3 victory over the visitors from Cambridge.
Tonight, No. 9 Harvard will return to Agganis Arena for the first time since knocking off the No. 1 Terriers in 2014.
Up against a third-ranked Boston College team it had not beaten at home since 2006, the No. 11/10 Crimson exploded for five goals—including three third-period tallies within a single minute—en route to a 5-2 victory in front of a sell-out crowd at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
Headlined by a football game that needs no introduction, the weekend before Thanksgiving is one of the only true sports weekends Cambridge ever gets. And this year, the weekend is set to begin with one heck of an opening act.
HAMDEN, Conn. — Despite controlling play for much of the night, No. 10/10 Harvard let a statement win slip right through its fingers on Saturday, surrendering three unanswered goals to the defending ECAC champions in what amounted to a 4-2 Quinnipiac victory.
Senior forward Tyler Moy is tied for the team lead with six points through four games this season.
Co-captain Devin Tringale, shown during Harvard's season opener against Arizona State, scored his first career game-winning goal in the third period of the Crimson's win over Princeton on Friday.
Devin Tringale tallyed his first career game-winning goal in the third period of a 5-2 victory over Princeton at Hobey Baker Memorial Arena on Friday.
While ‘all’ eyes won’t be on the Harvard men’s hockey team until Saturday, the Crimson still has two important points to play for tonight against Princeton.
Saturday night belonged to sophomore Lewis Zerter-Gossage, who netted his first career hat trick over the span of two periods, lifting the No. 12/12 Crimson to a 4-3 victory over rival Cornell at a rowdy, jam-packed Bright-Landry Hockey Center.