On Friday, a quintessentially Buffalo, N.Y., day of mud and blustery snow, junior Kieran Tuntivate and sophomores Hugo Milner and Lisa Tertsch slogged along faster than the competition to advance to next week’s NCAA National Championships in Madison, Wisc.
With this season in the books, and with strong talent across the freshman, sophomore, and junior classes returning for 2019, the Crimson’s field hockey’s journey is far from over. Earle led the Ivy League in goals scored, with junior midfielder Bente van Vlijmen second, while Shahbo led the nation in goals against average and save percentage.
Government Professor Michael J. Sandel spoke about the importance of civic education Thursday evening in a talk titled “Civic Education Goes Global.” He said his goal is “to take the distance out of distance learning."
Any given time these teams face off, a Harvard women’s ice hockey win over Dartmouth at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center has become almost a guarantee. With all three of the Crimson’s goals coming from freshmen in the most recent showdown, the streak looks likely to continue.
The plaques from past victories line the walls of the “Bat Cave,” serving as daily reminders of the Harvard rowing program’s long-time greatness. The coxswains for the Harvard-Radcliffe women’s lightweight crew appreciate the program's greatness, but remain unintimidated.
No. 11 Harvard field hockey delivered an undisputed sweep of the visitors to set a program-best nine game win streak, smothering Cornell with eight goals while allowing a stunning zero shots from the Big Red on Saturday at Berylson Field.
Junior Rij Patel finished sixth overall to lead the Crimson with a score of 207. The Hunt Valley, Md., native shot four birdies on Sunday afternoon to offset his even-par Saturday rounds for a tournament total of three under par.