Winter Sports in Brief

Women's Ice Hockey

The icewomen (11-6-2) revenged an early 3-2 road loss to Yale with an 11-2 blowout at home in January. Four of the team's six defeats were to Wisconsin and Minnesota teams at the Harvard Shootout tournament in November. Forward Nicole Corriero '05 led all scorers with 30 goals and 46 points at the end of January.


The men (7-10, 2-2 Ivy) split their home-and-home with Dartmouth and bested Cornell on the road. The women (10-6, 2-1 Ivy) lost in overtime to Dartmouth but easily handled Cornell and Columbia. Reka Cserny '05, third on Harvard's all-time scoring list, led the Ivies at midseason with a 24.3 points-per-game league average.  

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