These are your Harvard University
Top 5 Plays of the Week, presented by GEICO.
At number five,
Women’s Ice Hockey.
Less than seven minutes
into the opening period,
Kristin Della Rovere fed the puck to
Anne Bloomer in the slot for the Harvard score.
The goal was Bloomer’s 10th of the season and
proved to be the game-winner for the Crimson.
At number four,
Men’s Ice Hockey.
With Harvard leading 2-1 in
the second period at Union,
Jack Drury finds defenseman Marshall
Rifai with a no-look drop pass,
and the sophomore rifles home a one-timer for his
first career goal to put the Crimson up by two.
Rifai’s goal was part of a six-goal
outburst in the second period for Harvard,
the first time in 22 years that
Harvard has scored six in a period.
At number three,
Track and Field.
Minutes after celebrating her own
senior night at the Crimson Elite,
Maya Miklos led the Crimson placing first in
the women’s 400m dash with a time of 55.11 seconds.
Her time not only gave her the first-place finish,
but it also marked as a new personal best
nearly a second faster
than her previous best time.
At number two, Duncan
Rheingans-Yoo & Men’s Fencing.
The senior captain and no. 2 men’s fencing
took to the strip against the NYU Violets…
In his third bout of the
day and the Crimson up 13-9,
Rheingans-Yoo ducked away from his opponent’s lunge to score the match clinching point
and secure the Harvard win. Harvard went on to
defeat the Violets 17-10.
At number one,
After a near, hard takedown by
Princeton’s Grant Cuomo at 165 pounds,
17th ranked Philip Conigliaro responded with the reversal to get out of Cuomo’s control
and put himself up 4-0. Conigliaro went on to win his third straight dual victory and 23 win on the season.
That’s it for this week’s top 5 plays.
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