Winter Sports

Men's Basketball

The hoopsters (10-7, 2-2 Ivy) started well and twice dominated Dartmouth, but lost games to Ivy powers Princeton (67-61) and Pennsylvania (75-59). Seniors Patrick Harvey and Brady Merchant led Crimson scoring, averaging 16.7 and 14.7 points per game, respectively.

 

Women's Basketball

Looking to repeat as Ivy champions, the netwomen (12-4, 4-0 Ivy) crushed Princeton, 78-42, and dispatched 2001 Ivy champion Penn, 80-71, with Hana Peljto '04 tossing in a season-high 32 points. Peljto leads the squad in scoring (20.8 points per game) and rebounding (10 boards per game). Reka Cserny '05 has contributed 13.6 points per game.

 

Men's Hockey

At midseason, the stickmen (13-5-2 overall, 12-3-0 ECAC) were tied with Cornell atop the ECAC. The Crimson overpowered Yale twice, 6-3 and 6-2, were upset 2-1 by lowly Princeton, but took out Brown, 3-1, after exams. Tim Pettit '04 led the ECAC in scoring with 9 goals and 17 assists.          

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