Game Stories


Standing Tall

In spite of several strong individual performances this past weekend, Harvard placed 12th out of 17 squads.


Harvard Goes 1-2 on the Road to Open Season

Harvard will host Fairfield in its first home contest of the season this Saturday at 3:00 PM on Jordan Field. The Crimson went 1-2 on the road to open the season, defeating No. 19 UMass before falling to Holy Cross and Albany, with all three games being decided by just a single goal.


Men's Squash Wins Second Straight Championship

Ripping a volley down the backhand side, sophomore Victor Crouin watched as his opponent, No. 3 University of Pennsylvania’s Andrew Douglas, made a desperate stab at the ball in the back corner. When his return fell short of the front wall, Crouin turned towards the roaring crowd and thumped his chest in triumph.


Making a Racket

Harvard defeated Princeton this weekend to win its second straight national championship.


MVP

Junior forward Becca Gilmore powered the Crimson to a series victory with four goals, including a triple-OT game-winner, and two assists on the weekend. The effort would earn her ECAC Player of the Week honors.


Women’s Ice Hockey Defeats Yale in Triple Overtime to Win ECAC Quarterfinal Series

As the clock wound down in the third period, Harvard held a 3-2 lead over Yale. Then, with 14.1 seconds remaining in regulation, Bulldog senior defender Saroya Tinker executed a shot from the point which Dalton successfully redirected in the air, steering the puck past Crimson sophomore goaltender Lindsay Reed’s shoulder to send the game into overtime.


Hugs All Around

Going into the championship meet this past weekend, the Crimson men had high hopes. Two swimmers shared a well-deserved embrace after yet another positive result that set the team on the path to victory.


Men's Swim and Dive Win Ivy Championship, Four-Peat

Buoyed by strong performances across the board, Harvard emerged as Ivy League champs for the fourth consecutive year.


Women’s Ice Hockey Drops Game Two to Yale in Overtime, Setting Up a Decisive Game Three Tomorrow

In the overtime session, Harvard funneled many chances to the net. The Crimson forced Yale junior goaltender Gianna Meloni to make a couple of semi-breakaway saves, outshot the Bulldogs 7-3, and earned a power play as well. Nonetheless, Yale withstood the pressure and found a game-winning goal from junior forward Tess Dettling on a backdoor feed from sophomore forward Claire Dalton. A decisive game three awaits after the Bulldog 4-3 victory.


Impact Player

Yale sophomore forward Charlotte Welch adds her second goal of the afternoon en route to a hat trick performance that would help extend the Yale season.


Women’s Ice Hockey Moves One Step Closer to Championship Weekend with a 4-0 Victory in Game One of the ECAC Quarterfinals

With a thorough 4-0 defeat of Yale, Harvard will have the opportunity to punch its ticket to the ECAC semifinals in game two of the best-of-three series tomorrow.


Women's Swim & Dive Breaks Program Records at Ivy League Championships

The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team finished the four-day-long Ivy League Championships this past Saturday at the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center at Brown University. Many program records and several pool records were broken as the Crimson placed second with 1462 points to Princeton with 1569 in the league championship meet.


No. 20 Men's Hockey Ousted by St. Lawrence, 6-3

Harvard’s loss soils the emotional high of Friday’s statement win over the Golden Knights. The program, still with its eyes on a top-four finish in the ECAC, will close out its regular-season slate at home next weekend


Locked and Loaded

The Crimson men get together for a pre-match huddle before the highly anticipated ECAC Tournament.


Women’s Ice Hockey Clinches Home Ice in the ECAC Quarterfinals with Narrow Weekend Sweep

Despite having beaten Rensselaer (RPI) and Union by multi-goal margins in January, Harvard faced significant resistance on the road in Upstate New York. Nonetheless, the Crimson (15-11-1, 14-5-1 ECAC) managed to add a third-period insurance goal against the Engineers (0-31-1, 0-20-0 ECAC) and notched a sudden-death overtime winner against the Dutchwomen (5-22-5, 5-12-3 ECAC).


Filling Up the Scoresheet

Junior forward Becca Gilmore (above) proved to be a difference maker, leading Harvard with three goals over the two games, including the OT game-winner against Union.


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