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Della Rolling
Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard Rallies for Win, Then Takes Top-5 Team to OT for Weekend Split

A weekend of classic Harvard Hockey and tremendous play by freshman goalie Lindsay Reed earned Harvard a come-from-behind win against St. Lawrence and a last-second overtime loss to Clarkson, the current back-to-back defending national champions.

A Dog Pit
Women's Ice Hockey

BU Captures Historic Women’s Beanpot Title Despite 51 Saves from Harvard’s Reed

Reed's 12-save effort would not be enough for the Crimson, however, as BU redshirt junior and tri-captain Sammy Davis lasered a power-play overtime winner past Reed to give the Terriers a 3-2 win.

Women's Ice Hockey

Red-Hot Harvard Seeks First Women's Beanpot Title Since 2015

Like this year’s Harvard team, the 2015 squad was fighting to give its seniors their first Beanpot Championship — and Boston bragging rights.

Women's Ice Hockey

Red-Hot Harvard Seeks First Women's Beanpot Title Since 2015

Like this year’s Harvard team, the 2015 squad was fighting to give its seniors their first Beanpot Championship — and Boston bragging rights.

Back of the Net
Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard Continues Six-Game Unbeaten Streak with Wins at Union, RPI

By the end of the weekend, Harvard (10-11-3, 8-8-2) extended its unbeaten streak to six games, including five consecutive wins (5-0-1 since Jan. 26), to head into Tuesday’s Beanpot Championship to face the Boston University Terriers (16-6-7, 13-5-5 WHEA), who are running on a ten-game unbeaten streak of their own.

Sound the Horn
Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard Women's Hockey Stuns No. 7 BC to Advance to Beanpot Championship

Its win over Boston College (19-10-0, 16-7-0 Hockey East) Tuesday night books the Crimson (8-11-3, 6-8-2 ECAC) a championship duel with the Boston University Terriers, who defeated Northeastern in the first semifinal of the day.

Crimson Hot
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Dominates Yale, Brown to Start February

Only two days into February, the Crimson has undergone a much-needed turnaround, opening the month with a pair of victories over Ivy League and ECAC rivals Yale and Brown, shutting down the Bulldogs and shutting out the Bears.

Blooming Season
Women's Ice Hockey

Women’s Ice Hockey Heads North and Comes Away with a Point

After facing two setbacks in a tough slate of conference games last weekend, Harvard traveled to upstate New York to face a pair of ECAC foes in No. 5/5 Clarkson and St. Lawrence. Despite dropping the first game in close fashion, the Crimson rebounded with a tie in the latter to claim a point in the road trip.

Coming Home with a Silver
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey's Dominique Petrie Competes in U18 World Championship

Petrie returned to the tournament for a third year, captaining the stars and stripes to a silver medal.

Curved Contact
Women's Ice Hockey

Women’s Ice Hockey Suffers Two Setbacks in One of Toughest Weekends of Conference Play

Facing No.8/8 Colgate on Friday and No. 7/7 Cornell on Saturday, the Crimson could not muster an upset against two of the ECAC’s top four teams.

Behind the Mask
Women's Ice Hockey

Princeton, Quinnipiac Hand Short-Staffed Harvard Two Defeats

Returning back to the ice after an extended winter break, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team fell to two in-conference opponents in Quinnipiac and Princeton this past weekend.

Shutout Number One
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Prevails over RPI in Defensive Tussle

After 60 minutes of tight defense, staunch penalty-killing, and timely counter-attacking, the Crimson outlasted Rensselaer in a 2-0 decision.

'Murica's Best
Wrestling

Wrestling Prepares to Face Nation's Top Teams in Las Vegas

This weekend, the Crimson will be heading across the country to take on some of the nation’s top competition at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.

More Bark than Bite
Men's Squash

Men's Squash Routs Northeastern, 9-0

Harvard submitted strong performances up and down its lineup, most notably Rana Bansal's match in which the senior conceded just one solitary point.

Young Royston
Women's Golf

Chloe Royston Looks to Find Success in Her First Season with Harvard Golf

Growing up in South Africa, freshman golfer Chloe Royston was always a tremendous competitor. In the classroom, she excelled as a student. In the pool, she aspired to become a Division I swimmer. Halfway through high school, however, she hit a major health roadblock and her athletic career was thrown into jeopardy.

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