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Corriero Goes Out With a Bang—or Five

HANOVER, N.H.—There are times when, sitting in the press box, you wish you were closer to the ice, closer to

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W. Hockey Searching For Answers

Good is the enemy of great. With that frank and honest statement, Harvard women’s hockey coach Katey Stone put the

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W. Hockey Controls Its Fate in UMD Duel

It’s been a long November and there’s reason to believe maybe this month will be better than the last. And

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W. HOCKEY NOTEBOOK: Corriero Eclipses 100 Goals

With her second straight hat trick, tri-captain Nicole Corriero became just the fourth player in Harvard history to score 100

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Women's Hockey Comes From Behind To Beat Brown

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—A three-goal deficit within the first 10 minutes of a game spells disaster for most teams. But then, most

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HEINSIGHT: Give ’Em Something To Talk About

For the Harvard women’s hockey team, it will be a November and December to remember. One glance at the Crimson’s

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W. Hockey Falls Just Short Once More

The Harvard women’s hockey team staged a successful season-long campaign built on a foundation of teamwork and solid defense to

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End of an Era: Angela Ruggiero

Angela Ruggiero has been a part of some very special teams. She captured the national championship with the ’98-’99 Harvard

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Team USA Falls to Canada

Talk about irony. For once, Harvard players—on the American side, at least—were hoping that a Natalie Darwitz goal counted. But

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HEINSIGHT: Women’s Hockey, Captains Close Season

You could say it was written in the stars. I awoke the morning of the women’s hockey NCAA championship to

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Botterill, Chu, Ruggiero represent Harvard at World Championships

If there’s one thing that can make U.S. women’s hockey players set aside school rivalries and join together in a

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Boe Flies Below Radar to Anchor Crimson’s Stingy Defensive Effort

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—For all the discussion that went on during the post-game press conference after Harvard’s 2-1 victory over St. Lawrence

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Stone Bids Farewell to Her Senior Studs

Harvard coach Katey Stone has a knack for saying the right things at the right time and keeping things in

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Ruggiero Headlines JOFA First Team All-America, Corriero Tops Second

The American Hockey Coaches Association announced the 2003-2004 JOFA All-Americans March 25. Angela Ruggiero was named to the first team

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Ruggiero Named Kazmaier Winner as Nation’s Best

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—The USA Hockey Foundation officially recognized co-captain Angela Ruggiero as the best player in women’s college hockey, naming her

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina