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Back on Track
Track and Cross Country

Back on Track

Sophomore blockmates Eliza Rego and Lisa Tertsch outpace a Yale long distance runner in last year’s dual meet.

A Bitter Beginning
Men's Ice Hockey

A Bitter Beginning

Despite rallying in the second period and scoring twice to tie the game, Harvard could not hold off Yale's pressure.

Man of the Hour
Men's Ice Hockey

Man of the Hour

Madsen's shutout versus RPI didn't come easy—the senior net-minder saw 32 shots come his way, but shut the door on all of them.

Crimson Comeback
Men's Ice Hockey

Crimson Comeback

Harvard stormed back to tie the series after a dominant performance all around—two goals from Fox, controlling faceoff play from Donato, and yet another contribution from Krusko (pictured).

Defending the Fort
Men's Ice Hockey

Defending the Fort

Like the rest of the team, Madsen looked even sharper in contests at Bright-Landry. The senior finished with a stingy 1.74 goals against average and .934 save percentage in 12 home starts this year.

Done for Now
Men's Ice Hockey

Done for Now

Though Donato has a family connection with Harvard hockey, he's similarly tied to the Bruins. His father, Crimson coach Ted Donato '91, was also a Bruin, and the Scituate, Mass. native can now play for his hometown team.

The Boys Are Back
Men's Ice Hockey

The Boys Are Back

Extending its ECAC tourney success for the Crimson doesn't just mean an NCAA berth—it means extending the season for one of the program's winningest senior classes.

On His Own Merrick
Men's Ice Hockey

On His Own Merrick

Tri-captain Merrick Madsen helped his team to victory this weekend and will be the starter moving forward. After a season of goaltender controversy, it looks like the Crimson are finally stabilizing the situation by sticking with Madsen.

This Weekend Got a Little Foxy
Men's Ice Hockey

This Weekend Got a Little Foxy

Sophomore blue-liner Adam Fox played a large role in his team's series comeback over Dartmouth. The puck-moving defenseman will have to be in top form in Lake Placid if Harvard wishes to return to the NCAA Tournament.

Coming Out Strong
Men's Ice Hockey

Coming Out Strong

Dartmouth sophomore Cam Strong opened the scoring on Friday night, squeezing a shot past tri-captain net-minder Merrick Madsen.

Had a Mad Day
Men's Ice Hockey

Had a Mad Day

Despite tri-captain Merrick Madsen's regular-season success against Dartmouth this year (1 GA, .976 SV%), Friday's matchup proved that history can't always be trusted.

Buff and Tough
Men's Ice Hockey

Buff and Tough

Dartmouth net-minder Devin Buffalo is used to seeing a lot of Harvard's offense when the teams play, but he emerged relatively unscathed on Friday, turning away 34 of 35 shots.

Kruisin'
Men's Ice Hockey

Kruisin'

Sophomore Nathan Krusko tallied the Crimson's lone goal of the night.

Big Shots, No Luck
Men's Ice Hockey

Big Shots, No Luck

Forward Ryan Donato and defenseman Adam Fox led both teams with seven and six shots on the night respectively. Despite that, they were held to just one point—a Donato assist—between the two of them.

Facing Off for the First Time
Men's Ice Hockey

Facing Off for the First Time

The playoffs are a different beast, as Harvard's season sweep of Dartmouth didn't stop the Big Green from taking a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three series.

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