For the first time in program history, Harvard women’s hockey will take on non-conference competition Holy Cross—not once, but twice. This will be this first time since the October 2006 match against Rensselaer that Harvard women’s hockey faces a completely unknown team.
While both teams finished in last place among at Ivy League championships, freshmen were the top performers for both squads. For the women, Abbe Goldstein took 23rd while Hugo Milner claimed 11th for the men.
With its infamously challenging 238-yard ninth, The Course at Yale consistently ranks among the most difficult in the country. Yet, the Crimson women’s golf team, who placed sixth of 16 teams in 2015 and fourth of 19 teams in 2016, has only seen improvement at the Yale Invitational that took place this past weekend, but was cut short due to inclement weather conditions on Sunday.