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The Crimson's last NCAA berth was in 2005.
Bradley Fusco hails from nearby Winchester, Mass.
Reed seals off the post as an opponent tries to edge the defender for a net drive attempt.
The Crimson bids farewell to seniors who made it to the NCAA Tournament all but one year of their collegiate careers.
Fox's expert puck-moving and nifty stick skills separated him from most of the competition during his time in the ECAC.
The Minutemen went on to the Frozen Four, while star defenseman Cale Makar was awarded the Hobey Baker.
Though the visitors tend to steal the first game when Dartmouth and Harvard meet in the playoffs, the Crimson bucked the trend this year.
Gornet faced Yale in only his third start of the season, earning his first career shutout in spectacular fashion.
Stymying the Crimson in its noisy home rink again, Cornell avenged its MSG loss and took the season series.
Flying fists are par for the course when Harvard clashes with Yale, and its two contests this season were no exception.
Harvard’s loss to Dartmouth marked the first time the Crimson has dropped a season opener since 2011.
The Crimson turns the page on a season that featured its return to national rankings and the NCAA Tournament.
Kirkwood emerged as an important offensive weapon for the Crimson over the course of his first season.
Harvard women's squash captured its fifth consecutive Howe Cup this season.