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Amanda X. Fang

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Athlete of the Week: van Vlijmen Leads Field Hockey to Ivy Crown

The Crimson (11-5, 6-0 Ivy) emerged victorious against Dartmouth (4-11, 0-6) thanks to the Netherlands native breaking the gridlock at the beginning of the second period with three goals within 12 minutes.

Boston College Halts Field Hockey Win Streak

Harvard ended its eight-game winning streak with a loss to No. 12 Boston College on a rainy night on Berylson Field. The Crimson (10-5, 5-0 Ivy) was ranked four spots below the Eagles, and the game ended with Boston College (10-7, 3-3 ACC) claiming the victory at 4-1.

Field Hockey Remains Undefeated in Ivy League Play

The Harvard women’s field hockey team found itself in a very familiar position this weekend against University of Pennsylvania. The Crimson (6-4, 2-0 Ivy) fought through yet another double-overtime to overcome the Quakers (6-3, 1-1 Ivy), 3-2, and continue on undefeated in Ivy League play. This is the third Crimson game this season that has gone into overtime.

Athlete of the Week: Balleza Leads Field Hockey to Victory With Overtime Goal

Last week’s nail-biter against University of the Pacific was yet another moment in Balleza’s long history of stealing a win for Harvard. The forward notched both of Harvard’s goals off of a team leading five shots in the double overtime contest.

Field Hockey Shut Out by UConn

After pulling through for an overtime win on Friday, the Crimson could not pull off back to back wins.

Field Hockey Outlasts Pacific in Double Overtime

Berylson Field witnessed déjà vu on Thursday night as Harvard claimed its second double-overtime win in only three games. The hosts notched the victory thanks to a blazing strike by senior forward and leading goal scorer Marissa Balleza.