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Consistent excellence: this is what we have come to expect from senior forward Judy Collins.
It looks like fans of Harvard field hockey will not be disappointed this season.
The co-captain netted two goals in leading Harvard to a 4-1 victory in its Ivy League opener against Columbia.
Collins started things off right for the Crimson with the opening tally only 6:27 into the game. She also added the finishing touch on the victory, scoring the final goal of the day with 1:38 to go.
"We didn't want any lapses," Collins said. "We needed to generate more offense and get another goal."
This type of success is nothing new for Collins. As a junior she finished the season with six goals and five assists and was a unanimous selection to the All-Ivy First Team, an honor she had earned the previous season as well.
During her sophomore season, Collins simply dominated the league. She was named a third-team All-American for her 13-goal, four-assist season. The effort broke Harvard records for both goals and points (30) in a season.
For her effort in powering Harvard's most prolific offense of the past weekend at Columbia, The Crimson honors Judy Collins. --KEITH S. GREENAWALT
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