Winter Sports Supp 2017

Winter Sports Supplement

As much cold as winter can bring, Harvard basketball and ice hockey teams promise sizzling action this season. Both men's and women's basketball aim to take the next step and claim an elusive championship. Meanwhile, men's hockey looks to rediscover magic from last year, while women's hockey looks to rebound.

Whisper Words of Wisdom

Freshman blue-liner Reilly Walsh leans in for some upperclassman advice from junior Ryan Donato. Harvard's success this season hinges, at least partially, on the rookies' ability to absorb all the knowledge that the older leaders impart.

Down the Line

Harvard will savor its final pair of games at home before hitting the road for nine straight. The Bright-Landry Hockey Center was kind to the Crimson last year, as the senior-led squad boasted a 13-0-2 record there.

Keep the Goals Comin'

The Crimson hopes to be celebrating just this like all season. While on the road, Harvard will rely on its dynamic offensive talent, headed by junior Ryan Donato (#16), to carry its scoring in hostile away rinks.

Men's Hockey's Braces for Historic Road Stretch

In 62 seasons at Bright-Landry, never once has the Crimson ventured away from its home ice for more than eight consecutive contests—until now. This season, Harvard’s slate includes a nine-game streak of away contests.

New Year, Same Story: Men's Hockey Faces Roster Turnover

“It’s a new year. We lost a lot of great players, a lot of great leadership.” For the Harvard men’s hockey team, these words from coach Ted Donato ’91 are all too familiar. Each season, and especially the last two, the talent walking the stage in late May seems irreplaceable. And yet, the Crimson is starting to develop a knack for turning over its roster and staying competitive year in and year out.

Canadian Players Boost Men's Basketball

This year, three Crimson players hail from the province of Ontario: senior captain Chris Egi, junior guard Corey Johnson, and freshman forward Danilo Djuricic. Additionally, Amaker secured a verbal commitment this fall from Noah Kirkwood, a 6’6” guard from Kanata, Ontario

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