Winter Sports

Men's Ice Hockey

In a season filled with thrilling come-from-behind and overtime wins, the icemen (15-15-4 overall; 14-9-3 ECAC; 4-5-1 Ivy) peaked in the postseason, dispatching Brown, Clarkson, and Cornell to win the ECAC tournament with three straight overtime victories. Making their first NCAA tournament appearance since 1994, the Crimson fell to Maine, 4-3, in—(what else?) overtime.

Women's Ice Hockey

The women skaters (18-11-2 overall; 11-6-2 ECAC Northern; 5-5 Ivy) won the Beanpot and got through the ECAC quarterfinals before falling to Dartmouth, 4-2, in the semis.


Jesse Jantzen '04, wrestling at 149 pounds, placed third in the NCAA tournament, the best Harvard finish since 1953.


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