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Donahue Delivers
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Donahue Delivers

Senior Avery Donahue gathers the ball in a game against Delaware.

Attack the Net
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Attack the Net

The Harvard offense swarms the net at home against Delaware on October 16, 2022.

Moving On Up
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Moving On Up

Then-sophomore midfielder Siena Horton moves the ball up the field against Delaware on October 16, 2022.

Attack the Net
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After Ivy League Title, No. 9 Harvard Field Hockey to Begin 2023 NCAA Tournament Run

Sometimes, history has a way of repeating itself. Two years after making its deepest run in the NCAA tournament yet, No. 9 Harvard field hockey has found itself in a similar situation with a bid from the Ivy League and a November weekend plane ticket to some top-ranked school. But the Crimson only punched this ticket after the installation of the Ivy League’s new four-team, post-season tournament — of which it stands as the inaugural champions.

Time to Celebrate
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Time to Celebrate

The Harvard field hockey bench celebrates against Delaware at home on October 16, 2022.

Piling Up Goals
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Piling Up Goals

The Harvard field hockey team celebrates a goal on October 16, 2022 at home against Delaware.

Piling Up Goals
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Harvard Field Hockey to Host Inaugural Ivy League Tournament This Weekend

With a dwindling two seconds remaining in the tied game on Saturday, Lara Beekhuis slammed a shot past the Cornell goaltender, securing a dramatic victory for the Harvard Crimson. Thanks to Beekhuis and her buzzer-beater goal against the Big Red, the Harvard field hockey team went undefeated in Ivy League play and had a successful conclusion to their regular season.

Mazzle Dazzle
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No. 14 Harvard Field Hockey Strengthens Offense Before Ivy Season Gets Under Way

With 16 games on the schedule this season, No. 14 Harvard field hockey only has eight battles left. Most recently, it drew the losing straw in a double-overtime quarrel with No. 4 Duke University — its only loss since a one-goal defeat to No. 7 University of Virginia back in early September. Over the first month of the campaign, the Crimson has been building up strength for its imminent Ivy League season.

Mazzle Dazzle
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Mazzle Dazzle

Senior captain and defender Mazarine Broze stands by Delware's goal for a shot on net in the Crimson's 2022 matchup against the Blue Hens, where it won 2-1.

Shooting Her Shot
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Shooting Her Shot

Then-first-year Kitty Chapple makes a shot-at-net in the Crimson’s Oct. 16 game against the University of Delaware in 2022, where Harvard won 2-1. Chapple, now a sophomore, was recently named to the NFHCA watchlist, alongside three of her teammates.

Shooting Her Shot
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With Fresh Roster, Harvard Field Hockey Starts 2023 Campaign at 2-0

After a 2-0 start to the season in a pair of matches against the University of Massachusetts and the University of Connecticut, No. 14 Harvard field hockey has begun its quest toward both the Ivy League and NCAA tournaments. However, a few things have changed since Harvard last took to Berylson Field in the spring, including new goalies, a fresh set of competitive first-years, and the Ivy League has changed the rules of its tournament — an impactful change that may work in Harvard’s favor.

Brough What?
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Brough What?

At the first game of the season, Brough drives the ball up the field in Harvard's 1-0 victory over Miami University.

May I Please
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May I Please

First-year Bronte-May Brough makes a shot on net in Harvard's Oct. 16 contest against Delaware, an eventual 2-1 win for the Crimson.

May I Please
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Heart of Defense, and One of Gold: Bronte-May Brough, Female Rookie of the Year

Coming into collegiate athletics, an uncomfortable adjustment for many Division I athletes is no longer being in the starting lineup, playing in every game, or racking in the most minutes played. For Bronte-May Brough, a first-year on Harvard’s top-notch field hockey team, it was quite the opposite.

SIUUUUUU
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SIUUUUUU

Harvard field hockey celebrates after a goal in a 2-1 win over Delaware on Oct. 16. Despite being one of the best teams in college field hockey this season, the NCAA Tournament selection committee opted for Louisville and Wake Forest over the Crimson.

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