Field Hockey


Early Lead

Forward Casey M. Allen '20, an inactive Crimson editor, celebrates with Olivia N. Hoover '22, left, after putting her team up 1-0 against Princeton on Saturday. Despite holding a 2-1 lead in the second half, the Crimson fell 3-2, its first conference loss of the season.


No. 19 Harvard Dominates Penn, Defeats No. 13 Liberty

This weekend's field hockey matches had little in common: Ivy play and interleague play, unranked rival and top-25 opponent, a history of wins and no history at all. The games themselves were similarly different - a fast start and a slow start, a blowout and a forced overtime.


A Tarrant-ial Downpour

Junior forward Mimi Tarrant scored the game-winning goal in this weekend's match against UPenn.


No. 14 Field Hockey Surges to 4-1 Win over Maine

A productive second half powered No. 14 Harvard to a 4-1 victory over the University of Maine on Sunday for its final match before beginning Ivy League play next weekend in New Haven, Conn., against Yale.


Bend it like Bente

Harvard co-captain Bente van Vlijmen scored twice in the Crimson's 4-1 win over Maine on Sunday.


Field Hockey Splits Matches Against No. 18 Stanford, UMass

Both of the Crimson's contests this week were within a one point margin. The first, a contest against No. 18 that fell against the team from Cambridge. Harvard's fortuned flipped on Monday in a 3-2 victory over in-state rival, UMass.


All En

Senior Casey Allen controls play during a game last season. In Monday’s contest with UMass, Allen earned the team’s lone assist. Throughout the course of the season, the senior has factored into half of all of the team’s goals.


Never Much Love When We Go OT

Junior Hannah Pearce notched Harvard's winning score in overtime against Albany.


Wise Words

Harvard field hockey moved into the Top 10 national rankings this season, a meteoric rise for a program largely in the periphery in years past.


Not Shaw-ked

Freshman Ellie Shahbo was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year at the conclusion of the season.


Field Hockey's Season Ends in NCAA Quarterfinal Loss at Princeton

With this season in the books, and with strong talent across the freshman, sophomore, and junior classes returning for 2019, the Crimson’s field hockey’s journey is far from over. Earle led the Ivy League in goals scored, with junior midfielder Bente van Vlijmen second, while Shahbo led the nation in goals against average and save percentage.


23 and Me

Sophomore Tessel Huibregtsen knocks the ball past a Columbia defender


An Eye for the Dish

Captain Kathleen Young provided the assist in Harvard's first of six goals Friday afternoon.


Sicher You Later

Sophomore forward Natalie Sicher has provided a spark off the bench all season long, tallying a total of 14 points across her 16 appearances. Sicher had both a goal and an assist in the final regular season contest against Columbia.


Field Hockey Races into NCAA Tournament on 13-Game Winning Streak

In late August, the Harvard field hockey team was gearing up to open its season against the University of New Hampshire. At that time, the squad had no way of knowing that it was about to embark on what would be one of the most successful campaigns in program history.


Field Hockey Claims Outright Ivy Title with Victory over Columbia

On Senior Day, Harvard shut out Columbia to claim the Ivy League title. Now, the team takes on Penn State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.


Five-Time Champs

The Crimson's 6-0 shutout win over Dartmouth guarantees itself a share of the title no matter the results of the final weekend of play.


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