Crimson staff writer
Josephine S. Elting
Unable to bounce back from its 2-0 loss to Dartmouth last weekend, Harvard (5-20-2, 3-16-1 ECAC) women’s ice hockey lost both games of its double-header to Brown (11-13-3, 7-10-3 ECAC) and No. 14/RV Yale (14-12-1, 11-8-1 ECAC), 3-1 and 3-0, respectively.
After suffering tough losses at No. 6 Cornell and No. 3 Colgate this past weekend, the Harvard Crimson (5-17-2) bounced back in New York against the Union Garnet Chargers (8-18-2) with a 3-1 victory on Wednesday night. Following the victory, the Crimson posted a loss to Dartmouth on Saturday, 0-2.
Mixed Performances for the Harvard Women’s Hockey Team at the 2024 Beanpot, Capped by Thrilling OT Win in Consolation Game
For the first time ever, the Dunkin Women’s Beanpot – a hockey tournament in which Boston powerhouses Harvard, Northeastern, Boston College and Boston University compete in a two-round playoff – was held at TD Garden. The Crimson (4-16-2, 2-12-1 ECAC), fell to Northeastern (17-9-1, 10-7-1 HEA) – who ultimately won the entire event – 1-0 in the first round at home in Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
When the whistle blew at the end of the first period on Saturday, it looked as if Harvard women’s ice hockey (0-3-0, 0-3-0 ECAC) was on the way to its first win of the season. The Crimson lead 3-0 over Rochester Polytechnic Institute (6-1-3, 2-0-0) going into the 2nd period. Led by senior captain Shannon Hollands, who had a goal and assist in the first period, they played aggressive and tactical hockey in the first period. However, the rest of the game was a different story, as the Engineers battled back to force overtime and deliver a 5-4 loss to the hopeful Harvard women.
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Records Breaking, Ancient Eight Fencing, and Team USA: An Interview with Harvard Fencing’s Head Coach Daria Schneider
In only four years in her role as the head coach of Harvard fencing, Daria Schneider has made quick work of the Ivy League. In addition to winning two team Ivy League championships, in 2020 and 2023, Schneider has coached several players to individual Ivy League championships. Moreover, she is the first female coach of a men’s Ivy League fencing team, setting a new standard for equality amongst the Ancient Eight schools.