Ngozi Musa, a senior from Seattle, Wash., captains the women’s track and field team and competes in the sprints. This weekend we received an in-depth look at her routine as she prepared for the Penn Dual Meet at Gordon Indoor Track on Sunday.
On Friday night, Zerter-Gossage’s assist and goal helped the Crimson secure a 4-1 victory.
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The Crimson always seemed to be one step ahead of La Salle on Wednesday night, trouncing the Explorers, 86-43, at Lavietes Pavilion.
In late August, the Harvard field hockey team was gearing up to open its season against the University of New Hampshire. At that time, the squad had no way of knowing that it was about to embark on what would be one of the most successful campaigns in program history.
“We regrouped Saturday morning [after the loss to Quinnipiac] and we talked about being more relentless and having urgency,” sophomore forward Becca Gilmore said.
The Crimson’s first test will be against a hungry Dartmouth team looking to improve off of last year’s disappointing season.
In an event that featured head-to-head matchups instead of the traditional stroke play, Yale took first, Princeton second and Harvard third at this weekend's H-Y-P match.
Though the Crimson seemed to have a chance at a second-half comeback, the Big Red sealed the deal with a late penalty kick, leaving Harvard with its first conference loss of this season.
Harvard-Yale is always more than just a normal game. Each student-athlete will be eager to write the next chapter in this fabled rivalry, and historically speaking, this game should be exhilarating to watch.
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