CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard women's hockey team (6-11-3, 5-8-2 ECAC Hockey) upended Yale (6-15-1, 5-9-1 ECAC Hockey) on Friday afternoon at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. The Crimson would take a 5-0 lead before the Bulldogs put together a response and nine different players marked the scoresheet including five multi-point efforts.
Lindsay Reed held a strong defense through 59:58 in net. The rookie tallied 37 saves, maintaining her .941 season save percentage, a mark good for top-five in the nation.
The underclassmen stole the show today, accounting for four of five goals and 11 of 15 points. Maryna Macdonaldled all players with three points on one goal and two assists while Kristin Della Rovere scored two goals back-to-back in the second period. Brooke Jovanovich lit the lamp for the first time in the 2018-19 campaign and Sydney Sorkin got on the board with an assist on Kat Hughes' goal.
- Brooke Jovanovich scored her first goal of the season while Sydney Sorkin tallied her first assist of the season.
- Kristin Della Rovere tallied two goals and finished +3 on the day.
- Harvard outshot Yale 39-40.
- Underclassmen accounted for 11 of 15 points scored and four of five goals.
- Nine different players put themselves on the scoresheet while five put up multi-point efforts.
Harvard returns to Bright-Landry tomorrow, Feb. 2, to take on Brown at 3 p.m. The Crimson will host its Light the Bright night in conjunction with its National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebration.