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Women's Ice Hockey

Female Performance of the Year 1
Women's Ice Hockey

Female Performance of the Year 1

The Crimson plays against Colgate on October 30, 2021. The team ultimately lost 4-5 in overtime.

Female Performance of the Year 2
Women's Ice Hockey

Female Performance of the Year 2

Harvard women's ice hockey goes up against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Dec. 4, 2021. In another nail-biter, the Crimson won 4-3 in overtime.

Female Performance of the Year 1
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Game-Winner Secures Beanpot Title: Becca Gilmore, Female Performance of the Year

Senior forward Becca Gilmore had a stunning performance in this year's Beanpot Tournament. In a match that will surely go into the history books as one of the most intense and competitive played in the Beanpot, Gilmore scored the game-winning goal after a 4-4 stalemate in the final period.

Mad Dash
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Mad Dash

Mad Dash
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Women's Ice Hockey Knocked Out of NCAA Tournament After Historic Season

Harvard traveled to Ridder Arena, the site of its last NCAA tournament game in 2015, hoping to kick off a successful NCAA tournament run. Its tournament run started with a matchup versus a familiar foe, the University of Minnesota Duluth; the Crimson had already lost to the Bulldogs twice during the regular season and looked to change its fortune.

Red Leaf Glover
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Red Leaf Glover

Senior defender Kate Glover awaits the puck during a 5-4 overtime loss to Colgate on Oct. 30. Glover managed a goal in the 4-2 loss to Princeton in Game One of the ECAC Playoffs opening round.

KristenMingle.Com
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KristenMingle.Com

Junior forward Kristin Della Rovere awaits the puck drop in a faceoff in a 5-4 overtime loss against Colgate on Oct. 30. Della Rovere scored Harvard's winning goal in the 2-1 Game Two victory over Princeton.

It's Moi, Moy
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It's Moi, Moy

Senior forward Keely Moy awaits the puck in a 5-4 overtime loss to Colgate on Oct. 30. Moy found the back of the net in the deciding Game Three against Princeton, but her score was waved off by goalie interference.

It's Moi, Moy
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey's NCAA Postseason Berth in Jeopardy after Opening-Round Loss in ECAC Playoffs

Both No. 6/6 Harvard (22-9-1, 16-5-1 ECAC) and Princeton (13-14-5, 9-10-3 ECAC) knew that a victory on Feb. 27 would be critical to their NCAA hopes.  The Tigers took game one 4-2 after a third period surge. However, the Crimson would bounce back with a 2-1 overtime victory in the second game to force the decisive battle. Ultimately, Princeton rode to a 3-2 victory in Game 3.

Dom-Ination
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Dom-Ination

Senior forward Dominique Petrie sizes up her defender in a 4-3 victory over RPI on Dec. 4. This weekend, the Crimson added another victory over the Engineers, this time winning 4-1 in Troy on Friday.

Dom-Ination
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Women's Ice Hockey Secures ECAC Regular Season Championship with Weekend Victories

The No. 6/6 Harvard women’s hockey team has already won the Ivy League championship and Beanpot title, but it entered its two final games hoping to add the ECAC regular season championship. Harvard would go on to claim a 3-0 win over Union (5-28-1, 2-20 ECAC), capturing the eighth ECAC regular season title in school history and the first since 2015.

For Gold
Men's Ice Hockey

Five Harvard Athletes Competed in the 2022 Winter Olympics. Here's How They Fared.

As some of the world’s greatest athletes descended upon Beijing, China, for the Winter Olympics between Feb. 4 and Feb. 20, some of Harvard’s brightest stars were among them. Nick Abruzzese, Sean Farrell, Emerance Maschmeyer '16, Keely Moy, and Remi Drolet represented the Crimson in Beijing, with Maschmeyer claiming a gold medal for Canada.

Early Bloomer
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Early Bloomer

Early Bloomer
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Women’s Ice Hockey Wraps Last Home Stand of Regular Season

The Crimson came into the final few weeks of the regular season in red-hot form, having recently been crowned Ivy League and Beanpot champions. They finished their last homestand of the regular season with three home games last weekend, against Princeton, No. 9/9 Quinnipiac, and St. Lawrence.

Champions
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Champions

Junior forward Kristin Della Rovere battles along the boards in a 4-3 victory over RPI on Dec. 4. In the final of the Beanpot Tournament, she came away with two goals to lead the Crimson to its first title since 2015.

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