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Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey

W. Hockey Opens Home Season With Niagara

At full force for the first time this season, Harvard’s women’s hockey team hopes to notch a pair of wins

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Record Setting Weekend for Corriero

In light of Harvard’s lackluster showing in every other athletic event this weekend, junior winger Nicole Corriero could have been

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Women's Ice Hockey Blanks Providence

On Veterans Day, sophomore goalie Ali Boe gave the women of Providence’s ice hockey team something else to remember. Boe

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Corriero’s Six Goals Set Record in Rout

Junior Nicole Corriero stole the show in both games of the Harvard women’s hockey team’s season-opening weekend, posting 16 points

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Steering the Crimson to the Top

In true Harvard style, the co-captains of the 2003-2004 women’s ice hockey team are more than qualified for the task

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One Pell of a Hockey Player

Somebody forgot to tell Mina Pell that there are only 24 hours in a day. Or maybe she hasn’t noticed

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Deep Thoughts For W. Hockey

The Harvard women’s hockey team has thoughts of progressing far in the 2003-2004 season, despite what preseason prognosticators might say.

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Frozen Eight? NCAA To Expand Women’s Hockey Tournament

This September, the NCAA announced that one of its top initiatives after the 2003-2004 women’s ice hockey season will be

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Everybody's Got a Hungry Heart

The road to the ECAC title still follows I-93, but the path to the crown travels a little further north

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In Harvard's Service: Calling on '007

After graduating five talented seniors last year, the women’s hockey team will need its six freshmen to reinforce its ranks.

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Crimson Hot Shot Fires Away

Eavesdrop on Jennifer Raimondi’s teammates, and you would think they were talking about Fulton Reed—the rebellious, slap-shooting teenager from The

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W. Hockey Gauges Competition

Last night may have been the first time neither the Harvard or Dartmouth women’s hockey teams paid too much attention

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Game of the Year: Duluth Wins National Title in 2OTs

Harvard coach Katey Stone and her Minnesota-Duluth counterpart Shannon Miller looked through the stands of the Duluth Entertainment and Convention

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Female Rookie of the Year: Chu's Your Own Olympian

Modest people don’t usually have a killer instinct. Such is not the case for the Harvard women’s hockey team’s humble

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W. Hockey Just Misses Perfect Ending

The concluding moment of the Harvard women’s hockey team’s season was its most trying. After months of high ambitions, the

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