Harvard split their road trip this weekend against two ranked opponents, going 1-1 in the last two matches of the 2017-2018 regular season. The Crimson took down No. 8/8 St. Lawrence on Friday night in before falling to ECAC-leaders, No. 2/2 Clarkson by a score of 3-1 on Saturday evening.
In the Beanpot consolation game, the Crimson overcame a 3-1 deficit thanks to a pair of goals by freshaman forward Becca Gilmore to defeat Northeastern, 4-3.
Harvard beat Union on Friday night, 3-2, before finishing off Rensselaer, 5-2, on Saturday to complete its first weekend sweep of the season.
Harvard came up just short of a miraculous comeback against Boston University in the 2018 Beanpot semifinal on Tuesday evening, falling by a score of 3-2.
In a weekend that pitted the Crimson against two of the nation’s fiercest opponents, the Harvard women’s hockey team garnered mixed results, coming from behind to tie No. 5 Cornell, 2-2, on Friday, before falling to No. 4 Colgate, 4-0, on Saturday.
Making the trek down to Providence, R.I., the Harvard women’s hockey team snapped a seven-game losing skid with a convincing 6-1 win at Brown.
Three and a half years ago, high school junior sprinter Gabby Thomas didn’t think she was going to make it as a college athlete. Two wildly successful NCAA seasons and an impressive array of records later, the Thomas now has her sights set on loftier goals: a NCAA national title and the 2020 Olympics.
Harvard will look to rebound to the ways of last year when the team lost just 2 games at home. The Crimson hopes to improve on this home record in the newly-renovated Lavietes Pavilion. Construction finished in September, just in time for the new season.
Harvard fell to Princeton, three sets to zero, before defeating Penn, three sets to one, on senior night.
Here's all the best from your favorite Harvard athletes this past week, the week of November 6th.
With a win at the Harvard Invitational, the rookie finished the fall with an 11-0 record, a rare occurrence for a freshman.
A case of mistaken identity, coupled with tight play-calling, may have helped to put an end to Harvard Men’s Soccer’s Ivy League hopes.
With a late goal scored on a bicycle kick, No. 20 Dartmouth put to rest any real chance of Harvard winning the Ancient Eight this year and making the NCAA tournament. The Big Green, on the other hand, continued its strong season and vaulted to top of the conference standings.
Harvard boats posted impressive all-around performances in both the men’s and women’s categories, collectively taking home some bronze medals, along with a fourth place finish.
In its Ivy League opener on Sunday, Harvard women’s rugby rolled past Brown in a comfortable, 84-8 win in Providence, R.I. The Crimson maintained its unbeaten record on the season, improving to 3-0-1.