Year in Sports
Yale pulled out its heart-wrenching comeback amidst the cover of darkness thanks to the Yale Bowl's lack of lights.
Holding Up Number 1's
Harvard managed to hold on to its one-goal lead over Princeton in the closing stages of the NWPC Championship. With the 8-7 victory, the team earned the chance for a photo op and an NCAA Tournament berth.
Pictured above in September, Sophomore Alex Tsotadze helped lead the offensive attack against Princeton, netting two goals in the victory.
If You Finish First, You Get to Celebrate First Too
First-year Felicia Pasadyn (pictured in the middle) celebrates in the moments following one of her finishes in what would become a record-setting Ivy Championships.
Junior forward Becca Gilmore throws her hands up in celebration after clinching the marathon, season-deciding contest with Yale in 3OT.
It's a Wrap
Sophomore Cassidy Bargell looks to elude the Black Knights' defender. In the game, while Army attempted to wrap up the Crimson, Harvard wrapped up the season in victory: with a national championship.
The 2020 "Year in Sports" edition is unprecedented.
Can't Catch These Zs
First-year forward Nick Abruzzese contributed two goals on three occasions in his rookie campaign, including in a rivalry game against Yale on home ice.
Taking Care of Business
Senior Gina Kennedy wrapped up her Harvard career with her third straight undefeated campaign, making her total record at Harvard an astounding 54-2.
Senior Kieran Tuntivate is all smiles because he can run a sub-four-minute mile.
A Man For All Seasons
Rugged conditions do not seem to faze Tuntivate considering he has raced with one shoe before.
Borguet speeds past defenders into the Yale endzone, one of four times he would do so in his dominating performance.
On to the Next
Harvard players sprint from the bench and all parts of the ice to congregate and celebrate Gilmore's OT game-winner, plus an ECAC semifinals berth.
Let's Keep It Simple: National Champions
The national champions pose with their medals, trophy, and banner. The Crimson would lose just twice over the course of the season...before later avenging both losses (to Dartmouth and Army West Point) in the playoffs.
Junior distance runner Abbe Goldstein crosses the relay finish line with a comfortable margin, showing the speed that helped her qualify for NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.