Crimson staff writer
Christopher D. Wright
What Happens to a Dream Interrupted?
Time and time again, Black dreams are left unsettled. Under sheets and blankets, security should be expected, but only worry is found. The worry intrudes the mind and forces us to ask: Is the safety of my own home the next facade to fall? Let us sleep. We just want to dream.
TD Garden to Host 45th Women’s Beanpot Championship
For the first time in its history, the Women’s Beanpot will be contested in an NHL arena. On March 21, the TD Garden announced that the 45th Dunkin’ Women’s Beanpot Championship will be played at TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, on Jan. 23, 2024.
Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey Fails to Fend Off Comeback, Falls to BU 7-4
Following three-goal losses in the opening round, the Harvard women's ice hockey team (7-17-3, 6-11-3 ECAC) and the Boston University Terriers (11-17-3, 9-13-3 HEA) returned to Conte Forum to play in the consolation round of the 2023 Beanpot. Even without a Beanpot Championship on the line, both teams desperately wanted a win as they sought to build playoff momentum.
Harvard Women’s Hockey Drops Beanpot Opener to Boston College 3-0
In a rematch of the 2022 Beanpot Championship Final, the Harvard women's ice hockey (7-15-3, 6-10-3 ECAC) team traversed the Charles River to take on Boston College (17-12-1, 14-10-0 HEA) in the opening round of the 2023 Beanpot. Even with the two teams trending in opposite directions record-wise, both coaches recognized the heightened importance that comes with a Beanpot match.
Harvard Seeks to Repeat as Beanpot Champions for the First Time Since 2004-05
Fans at the historic Matthews Arena witnessed an instant classic the last time the Harvard women's ice hockey team (7-14-3, 6-10-3 ECAC) squared off against Boston College (16-12-1, 14-10-0 HEA) in the Beanpot. A game-winner by Becca Gilmore ’22 in the waning minutes of the third period secured a 5-4 victory over the Eagles in the championship game. The Beanpot title was the 15th in program history and the first for the Crimson since 2015.
Harvard Women's Ice Hockey Uses Strong Winter Break to Remain Competitive in ECAC
After a month-long pause for winter break, Harvard’s women’s ice hockey team returned to campus seeking to refocus and breathe new life into a season that has not gone it's way thus far. Although the Crimson’s results in the win column were up-and-down, its performance on the ice was remarkably improved.
At Historic Fenway, Harvard Women's Ice Hockey Falls 3-1 to Quinnipiac
To kick off the second half of the season, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team traveled across the river to MLB’s oldest active ballpark — Fenway Park — to face No. 4/3 Quinnipiac at Frozen Fenway 2023.
Harvard Women's Ice Hockey Snaps Three-Game Losing Streak With 1-0 Squeaker Over New Hampshire
The Nov. 26 matchup between Harvard (3-7-2, 2-4-2 ECAC) and the University of New Hampshire (5-13-0, 4-10-0 WHEA) at Bright-Landry Hockey Center featured two teams hoping to correct course after a subpar start to the season. Entering the game, both teams had lost their previous three contests — but it was the hosts who snapped their streak. A second-period short-handed goal was the difference as the Crimson scored a much-needed 1-0 win over the Wildcats.
Andrew Berry '09: From the Harvard Secondary to Cleveland's First in Command
For Andrew Berry '09, the dream became reality as he was named the general manager of the Cleveland Browns in 2020. But before there was Andrew Berry, the football executive, there was Andrew Berry, the star Harvard defensive back, and before that, there was Andrew Berry, the football fan.
Harvard Women's Ice Hockey Struggles in Season-Opening Homestand Against Ranked Opponents
After an offseason that saw a lot of roster turnover and the integration of many fresh faces into its lineup, Harvard women’s ice hockey was challenged early in a four-game homestand to open its 2022-23 season. It faced the monumental task of developing team chemistry while simultaneously winning games against quality opponents. Ultimately, the first four games of the season underlined just how much work the Crimson still has to do, as it managed just one victory – a shutout of Dartmouth – while suffering three setbacks, at the hands of Quinnipiac, Yale, and Brown.