Off the Glass, On the Ice


With a 71-50 dismembering of New Hampshire, the men (5-0) became only the third Crimson squad in the last 47 years to go undefeated in its first five games. Junior guard Jim Goffredo led all scorers with a 14.2 points-per-game average, followed by seven-foot center Brian Cusworth ’07 and forward Matt Stehle ’06, who topped the rebounding, averaging nine boards per game.

The women hoopsters (2-2) posted victories over Alabama State and Rhode Island. Forward Maureen McCaffery ’06, averaging 12.0 points per game, was the leading scorer.

Ice Hockey

The men (7-4-1) beat some top squads, like Boston College (5-3), but also absorbed a tough 4-3 loss to Cornell; they did beat all other Ivy opponents on their early schedule. Kevin Du ’07 led the scoring, with 12 points. The ice women (4-4-2) bested such worthies as Princeton (3-2) and Providence (6-3). Jennifer Raimondi ’06 was the top scorer, with 11 points.

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