Under coach Jason Saretsky, the Harvard women's track and field has established itself as an Ivy League and national powerhouse, building an impressive reign over the top of the standings in the past five years.
The most prolific head coach in collegiate women's hockey, Harvard coach Katey Stone has greatly influenced and built both the Crimson program and the sport in general in her 21 years in Cambridge.
Sophomore attackman Morgan Cheek lit up then-No. 2/2 Brown, which boasted a defense allowing less than nine goals-per-game, for nine scores and 10 points to lead Harvard to victory. It was only the second time that the Crimson defeated a No. 2 ranked team since coach Chris Wojcik ’96 joined the program in 2011.
After a year away from Cambridge in Los Angeles, former Harvard women’s basketball standout Temi Fagbenle was drafted 35th overall in the WNBA draft to the Minnesota Lynx. Fagbenle transferred to the University of Southern California to pursue a graduate degree after playing three years for Harvard. She is the second Harvard player ever to be selected in the WNBA draft.
Former Harvard co-captains Michelle Picard and Emerance Maschmeyer represented the United States and Canada, respectively, at the IIHF Women's World Championships, leaving the two to face Monday with a gold medal on the line.
The Harvard women’s ice hockey team found itself looking at a sudden death overtime in game three of the ECAC quarterfinals against No. 9/9 Colgate after sixty minutes of hockey, needing to net one goal in order to advance to the semifinals.
In a season-defining weekend, the Harvard women’s hockey team (15-9-3, 11-6-3 ECAC) will finish its regular season play on the road as the team travels to play ECAC foes No. 10/10 Colgate (19-6-7, 11-4-5) and Cornell (11-12-4, 7-9-4).
In it's first road series in almost a month, the Crimson brought three points back to Cambridge.
There’s plenty of hockey left to play for Harvard, and if the team manages to control home ice and host the ECAC quarterfinals at Bright-Landry, the door is wide open for the Crimson.
Playing its last regular season home game of the year, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team picked up a victory over ECAC and Ivy rival Yale by a 4-1 margin.
Two goals from junior forward Sydney Daniels sent the Harvard women’s hockey team to a 3-3 stalemate against ECAC bottom feeder Brown.
The words Latino and Harvard are not immediately thought to be synonymous with football, let alone the crown jewel of the NFL season. But in its 50th rendition, the Super Bowl will have a healthy dose of both thanks to Alvaro Martin ’84.
Facing the top-ranked Eagles, it took just over four minutes for the Crimson to find itself down on the scoreboard. It was the beginning of a slippery slope for Harvard.
After splitting a weekend series with Quinnipiac and Princeton, the Harvard women's ice hockey team has a way to go until the postseason.
In what could end up being a season-defining slate of games, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team will welcome ECAC leaders No.4/4 Quinnipiac and No.9/9 Princeton to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center this weekend, looking to reassert itself as one of the dominant teams in the ECAC and the nation.