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.
After dropping its past three games, the Crimson came back for its fifth shut out of the season.
The Crimson failed to capitalize on its opportunities to pick up key road wins, dropping the first game 2-0 to St. Lawrence (12-10-2, 6-5-1) before losing control in the third frame against Clarkson (19-3-2, 7-3-2) en route to a 5-2 setback.
In one of the most critical games of its season, the No. RV/9 Harvard women’s ice hockey squad (10-6-1, 7-5-1 ECAC) plays hosts to No. 1/1 Boston College (23-0-0, 16-0-0 Hockey East) at Bright-Landry, looking to break the Eagles prolific winning streak as well as its own two game losing streak.
Select members of the Harvard men’s and women’s track and field teams opened up their season this weekend as the Crimson made the short journey to crosstown rival Boston University to participate in the BU Season Opener.
Looking to climb to the summit of the ECAC standings, the No. 7/8 Harvard women’s ice hockey team hit the road this weekend, taking on conference foes Princeton and No. 4/4 Quinnipiac. A pair of extra-frame goals in both games, however, derailed those plans, as the Crimson fell to the Tigers, 2-1, in overtime before losing to the Bobcats by the same score in a similar fashion.
As my co-writer and I walked down to the sideline of Jordan Field this past Halloween, I could not help but notice how eerily quiet the Harvard men’s soccer bench, one that had been yelling at both players and refs alike all night, had gotten.
Eight months after leaving Minnesota as national runner-ups last season, Crimson coach Katey Stone and the Harvard women’s ice hockey team returned to the North Star state this weekend, where it split a pair of nonconference tilts with Minnesota-Duluth.
Familiar faces will be pitched against each other this weekend in Minnesota, as the No. 8/8 Harvard women’s ice hockey team travels to Duluth, Minn. to take on the No. -/10 University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs in a pair of non-conference tilts.