Harvard Top 5 Plays – March 10


These are your Harvard University
Top 5 Plays of the Week, presented by GEICO. At number five,
Women’s Water polo With 10 seconds remaining in regulation against
25th ranked Cal State East Bay and the match tied at 15, sophomore Grace Thawley beat the Pioneers goalie with
two defenders on her to put the Crimson up 16-15. 17th ranked Harvard would hold on for the victory,
moving them 12-2 on the season. At number four,
Men’s Ice Hockey. With Harvard leading in the third
period of Game 2 against St. Lawrence, first-year Austin Wong scoops a blind backhand
pass while falling down to sophomore Jack Drury, He finds the open net
to put the Crimson up 6-1. Harvard clinched a series sweep of its ECAC Hockey First
Round matchup with the Saints after a 7-1 win on Saturday night. At number three,
Women’s Lacrosse. With Harvard leading 1-0
early on at Boston University, junior Madison Conklin passes to
sophomore Grace Hulslander in front, and she executes a
beautiful behind the back, no-look goal into the top corner
to put the Crimson ahead by two. Hulslander had a pair of goals and five draw
controls in Harvard’s 13-4 win over the Terriers. At number two,
Men’s Basketball. With the Crimson
leading Yale by 15 points, first-year Chris Ledlum took a deflected
pass and raced down the floor for a 360 slam, sending
Harvard into a frenzy. The Crimson went on to finish the regular season with an 83-69
victory over the Bulldogs to complete the season sweep. At number one,
Men’s Lacrosse. Leading Fairfield 4-1,
in the first quarter, senior captain Kyle Anderson picked up a
groundball off a rebound in front of the Stag’s net, dodged the defender and
fired in a Crimson goal. Harvard went on the defeat Fairfield,
15-12 in its home opener. That’s it for this week’s top 5 plays.
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