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Growing Up in Bright-Landry
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A Hockey Life: Bradley Fusco

Throughout her childhood, Harvard hockey continued to play a major role even after she moved on from the learn-to-skate to youth teams.

Paddle Down
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The Puck Stops Here: Lindsay Reed, Female Athlete of the Year

At the end of the season, she earned multiple honors, including First Team All-Ivy, ECAC All-Rookie Team, Second Team All-ECAC, and ECAC Goalie of the Year Finalist.

Growing Up in Bright-Landry
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Growing Up in Bright-Landry

Bradley Fusco is no stranger to the confines of the Bright-Landry Hockey Center, pictured her with her family in 2001.

A Lifelong Native
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A Lifelong Native

Bradley Fusco hails from nearby Winchester, Mass.

Eyes on the Prize
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Eyes on the Prize

Facing a combined 986-shot barrage in her 27 appearances, Reed had to stay laser-focused over the course of any game.

Paddle Down
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Paddle Down

Reed seals off the post as an opponent tries to edge the defender for a net drive attempt.

Last Hurrah
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Women's Ice Hockey Drops ECAC Quarterfinal Series to No. 9/9 Colgate

Entering this weekend, No. 9/9 Colgate had never lost a playoff series to Harvard in the ECAC tournament. After a 5-2 domination of the Raiders (23-9-5, 17-4-3 ECAC) on Friday, 2019 looked like the year for the Crimson (12-15-5, 9-9-4) to write a new trend into the history books. Colgate never looked back, though, after an all-Raiders final part of the first, and Harvard’s 2018-19 campaign came to a close.

Last Hurrah
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Last Hurrah

Senior co-captain Kate Hallett controls the puck in what ended up as her final game for the Crimson.

Must-Win Mode
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Women's Hockey Falls in Game Two, Setting Up Season-Deciding Game Three of ECAC Quarterfinals

The Crimson must win tomorrow if it wants to keep its season alive as the team will only make the NCAA Tournament as an automatic qualifier, which would come with an ECAC Tournament title.

Must-Win Mode
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Must-Win Mode

The Crimson must win Sunday afternoon if it seeks to extend its season and advance to the ECAC semifinals

A Surprise Start
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Women's Hockey Dominates No. 9/9 Colgate 5-2 for a 1-0 ECAC Quarterfinal Advantage

The ECAC quarterfinal series against Colgate continues Saturday, with the puck drop slated for 3 p.m. A Harvard win means a ticket to the semis - a loss, and the Crimson refocuses for a season-deciding matchup on Sunday.

A Surprise Start
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A Surprise Start

If the Crimson can eke out another win on Saturday night, it will advance to the ECAC semifinals.

Rugged Determination
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20 Years Later: Reflecting on Harvard’s 1999 National Championship

Not only did the national championship have major implications for the program — it also forged lasting relationships among players. The team remains tight, and communication is frequent.

Stone Cold
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Stone Cold

Katey Stone has no shortage of experience, as she closes out her 24th season at the helm.

Skillful Skating
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Skillful Skating

Forward Jennifer Botterill glides across the ice during a game in the 1999 season.

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