This season, Emerance Maschmeyer will have to do without the winningest coach in Division I history and one of the most notable goaltenders ever to don Crimson.
After falling in a 2-0 hole early against New Hampshire, the Crimson could not quite recover under the lights of Soldiers Field Wednesday night.
Despite controlling play for most of the game, the Harvard women’s soccer team was shutout on Sunday, closing out its west coast swing 0-2.
Amidst concerns about the loss of its two top defenders, the Crimson opened the season with a five-game winning streak. Harvard won its first Ivy League title in four years and lost in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Tournament.
Maschmeyer stars as one-half of a Crimson platoon in goal.
On a squad that preaches “Team First,” it might seem difficult to single out and recognize an individual player. But co-captain Jillian Dempsey is no ordinary player.
When the Harvard women’s hockey team takes to the ice this upcoming October, something will be different.
Daniel Grafstein previews a possible Harvard tournament matchup against the Miami Hurricanes.
Despite falling to Cornell, 2-1, in the tournament final, the news was not all bad for the Crimson (24-3, 17-3-2 ECAC), who took home individual honors and an all-important NCAA tournament berth.
The Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference postseason tournament got off to a rocking start for the Harvard women's hockey team on Friday afternoon, as it took down Dartmouth, 3-0, in the first of a three-game opening round series.
Despite some late chances, the Harvard women's hockey team finished its battle against St. Lawrence with the score knotted at two.
It’s always intense when a Crimson squad pays a visit to New Haven. The rivalry is a particularly central one in squash, as the two schools have combined to win 41 of the 68 national championships in the collegiate history of the sport.
The stakes were high across the river at the Murr Center, as Harvard men’s squash took on Yale (11-3, 5-2 Ivy) with an Ivy League title on the line. The Crimson (15-2, 6-1) and its chief rival were tied at the top of the Ivy League at 5-1 in conference play going into their first match since ‘Nemo’ disrupted both squads’ schedules.
In a game full of big plays and even bigger stops, the No. 5 Harvard women’s hockey team lost to No. 2 Boston College, 2-1. in the first round of the Beanpot Tournament.
The third-ranked team in the nation traded goals with a Big Green side that hasn’t dropped a game at home since Nov. 23 when No. 5 Cornell paid Hanover a visit.
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