In Good Graces
Taylor drives the ball up the field at the Crimson's 10-9 defeat of Yale on April 15, where Taylor recorded turnovers for Harvard.
‘We Can Do Hard Things’: Grace Taylor's Success in Harvard Women's Lacrosse While Battling Cancer
Earlier this month, Harvard women’s lacrosse’s sophomore defender Grace Taylor earned her second All-Ivy Honorable Mention accolade as a key member of the defense that led the Crimson to the Ivy League women’s lacrosse tournament. Impressive, yes, but even more impressive is how Taylor was using her stick as a cane less than six months earlier.
Taylor-ed to My Liking
Sophomore defender Grace Taylor runs through her teammates in a huddle at one of Harvard women's lacrosse's spring games.
Eyes on the Prize
Graduating senior Maggie McCarthy defends the net at a women's lacrosse game. The Medfield, Mass. native also plays for the women's basketball team, where she is a captain.
Two Jerseys, Two Teams, Four Years: Meet Harvard's Two-Sport Athlete, Maggie McCarthy
Some Harvard students devote most of their time to studies, others spend hours split between the classroom and the field, while others begin their morning in one jersey and end their day in another. Well, just one: graduating senior and women’s basketball captain Maggie McCarthy.
Turn on a Dime
The Big Red offense is swarmed by the Crimson on February 29, 2020.
Harvard Dominates Columbia on 2023 Senior Day
In the penultimate game of its 2023 regular season, Harvard women’s lacrosse left nothing on the table. The Crimson defeated Columbia 19-4 with nine different goal-scorers. The dynamic duo of junior attackers Callie Hem and Riley Campbell led the pack with five and four goals, respectively.
Upsetting the Historic Rival: Harvard Women’s Lacrosse Downs the Bulldogs 10-9
This weekend, the historic Harvard-Yale clash ended with an emphatic Crimson victory in a game that did not disappoint. The Bulldogs and the Crimson both came into this matchup with five wins in their last six games, making this a pivotal match for both sides.
Keating the Opposition
Then-senior Hannah Keating fires a shot on net against Cornell on February 29, 2020.
Then-junior attacker Madison Conklin looks for an opening on offense against Cornell on February 29, 2020.
Then-junior attacker Madison Conklin prepares for an attack on goal in Harvard's tight 9-8 loss to Cornell on Feb. 29, 2020. The Crimson only have three regular-season games left against Ivy competitors Yale, Columbia, and Princeton.
Harvard Women's Lacrosse Defeats Cornell in OT, Rolls into Final Three Games of Regular Season
With six wins in their last seven games, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team is hitting its stride. The Crimson picked up its first Ivy League win last Saturday, beating Dartmouth 13-11. The streak rolled on in a Tuesday matchup against Stonehill College, which the Crimson won 13-6. Today, the Crimson defeated Cornell 13-12 in double overtime.
In 2020, the Harvard women's lacrosse team faces the Big Red in a close 9-8 loss at home. While the Crimson has an off-weekend this weekend, Harvard will pick up Ivy play against next Saturday, April 1 at Dartmouth.
A Turning Point: Harvard Women's Lacrosse Wins Three of Last Four Match-Ups, Hitting Midseason Stride
After a difficult start to the season, the Crimson has hit pace with three wins in its past four games. A strong starter to spring break, the Crimson traveled to Worcester, Mass. to play Holy Cross and notched its first win on the season with a 15-12 scoreline. Familiar standouts, the junior pair of attackers Riley Campbell and Callie Hem, led the attacking domination with four goals each on the day.
Searching for Goal
Then-senior Katie Muldoon looks for space against Cornell on February 29, 2020.
Harvard Women’s Lacrosse Pushes Forward After Two Losses, Looks Towards Ivy League Play
Harvard women’s lacrosse faced two strong opponents in the opening two weekends of play: the No. 21 University of Michigan Wolverines and the Georgetown University Hoyas. The Crimson battled through the two hard-fought games in freezing temperatures, ultimately coming out unsuccessful in both competitions.
The Crimson defense swarms the Cornell Big Red on February 29, 2020.
Harvard Women's Lacrosse Readies For Exciting 2023 Campaign
Practice, preparation, and persistence have propelled the Harvard women’s lacrosse team to the beginning of what is sure to be a thrilling season. On Sunday, the Crimson will take on the Michigan Wolverines, opening their regular season away at the home of Big Blue.
Harvard sets up the offensive attack against the Cornell Big Red on February 29th, 2020.
Women's Lacrosse Suffers 13-6 Loss in First Round of Ivy League Tournament
The Crimson qualified for the 2022 Ivy League Tournament after wrapping up the regular season with two essential victories. It then suffered a 13-6 first round loss at the hands of the Princeton Tigers to end its season.
Preparation is Key
Then-junior attacker Madison Conklin prepares to attack the goal in a 9-8 loss to Cornell on Feb. 29, 2020. A full season of action later, the Crimson concluded 2022 campaign with a defeat to Princeton in the Ivy Tournament.
Big Apple Dub
The Crimson celebrate after a goal during a 15-14 loss to Columbia on April 6, 2019. Three years later, Harvard exacted revenge with a 14-8 victory in New York City.
A Tale of Two Halves: Women's Lacrosse Uses Second Half Comeback to Beat Columbia, 14-8
After a rough past couple of games, the women’s lacrosse team got back on track over the weekend. The Crimson (5-6, 3-2 Ivy League) traveled to the Big Apple for a Saturday afternoon showdown with the Columbia Lions (2-10, 0-4 Ivy League). As Harvard left New York City, the team returned to Cambridge with an impressive 14-8 victory.