These are your Harvard University
Top 5 Plays of the Week. At number five,
Men’s Volleyball. With the match tied 9-9 in the first set
against number 1 Hawaii, Chase Howard resched behind him to
keep the rally going alllowing Matthew Ctvrtlik to set up
Eric Li for the kill. Harvard woud take the 10-9 lead in the set, but would ultimately fall
to the top-rnked Rainbow Warriors At number four, women’s ice hockey. Dominique Petrie scored her 11th goal of the
season and tied the score with seventh ranked Princeton when she clipped a Maryna
Macdonald shot in the crease. Harvard battled to a 3-3 tie with
the Tigers and Petrie notched a pair of goals in the contest. At number three, women’s sqaush.
With the match knotted at 4-4, Eleonore Evans found herslef locked in a
battle with her Princeton foe. In the fifth and finl set, the senior fired a shot off
the wall that snuck past her opponent, giving the Crimson the win. At number two, Women’s Track.
Sophomore Katina Martin took the title in the 200 meter dash with a time of 24.34
seconds to sweep the women’s short sprints. follwing her top finish in the 60-meter
dash with a time of 7.52 seconds At number one, men’s ice hockey.
Midway through the third period, with Harvard leading Yale, 4-0, in the
Rivalry on Ice at Madison Square Garden the Crimson connect for a goal on a
beautiful tic-tac-toe series of passes, with Casey Dornbach scoring off a feed
from Nick Abruzzese to put Harvard ahead by five. Drury had a hat trick and four points,
and was named the game’s MVP, and Dornbach had a goal and an assist to help
Harvard earn a 7-0 win over the Bulldogs. That’s it for this week’s top 5 plays.
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