8 - Hillary Crowe
Hillary Crowe
Height: 5-11
Year: Senior
Hometown: Eden Prairie, Minn.
High School: The Blake School
Position: Forward
Major: Psychology
Shoots/Catches: R
House Affiliation: Adams

Junior • 2013-14
Second Team All-Ivy honoree ... Scored the season's first goal in the 4-2 win over No. 8 Quinnipiac on Oct. 25, adding an assist ... Registered two goals and an assist in the 4-0 win over Princeton on Oct. 26 ... Recorded an assist on Nov. 1 against RPI ... Had an assist in the Crimson's win over No. 9 Boston University on Nov. 22 ... Assisted on Harvard's fourth goal in the 5-0 win over Dartmouth on Dec. 1 ... Notched three points off two goals and an assist in Harvard's 5-0 win over UNH; recorded the Crimson's first SHG of the season, while also converting a PPG in the victory ... Found the back of the net twice, inclduding the game winner in the 5-4 comeback victory at Colgate on Jan. 18 ... Set up the Crimson's first goal in the win at No. 3 Cornell on Jan. 19 during the 3-1 win in Ithaca ... Tallied her fourth multi-goal game of the season with a pair of scores in the 3-1 win over RPI on Jan. 25 ... Helped out on Harvard's first goal in the 2-2 tie at No. 9 Quinnipiac on Feb. 1 ... Scored the first and last goals in the 4-1 win at Dartmouth on Feb. 7, her fifth multi-score game this season ... Assisted on the Crimson's lone goal in the 2-1 loss to No. 4 Clarkson (Feb. 14) ... Notched a goal in the 5-2 win over St. Lawrence in the last home game of the year (Feb. 15) ... Had two assists on the regular-season-ending weeken on the road at Yale (Feb. 21) and Brown (Feb. 22) ... Scored a goal in the Crimson's 3-2 loss to Yale in the ECAC Quarterfinals (Feb. 28) ... Handed out a pair of helpers, including on the game-winner, in the win over the Bulldogs the next night (March 1) ... Scored twice, including the eventuall winner, in the Quarterfinal-clinching win over Yale on March 2 ... Assisted on a goal in the ECAC Semifinal loss to Cornell (March 8).

Sophomore • 2012-13
A staple of Harvard's second line ... Scored Harvard’s second goal in a 2-0 win at Quinnipiac Oct. 26 ... Contributed a goal and an assist in the Crimson's 4-1 home-opening victory over Colgate Nov. 23 ... Had a goal and two assists for three points against Dartmouth Nov. 30 ... Picked up two assists at Union Jan. 4 and followed with another assists at RPI Jan. 5 ... Assisted on a goal against Quinnipiac Jan. 12 ... Had two points (1 goal, 1 assists) in the Beanpot consolation game vs. BU (W, 3-0) Feb. 12 and followed with an assist at Cornell (L, 3-1) Feb. 15.

Freshman • 2011-12
Registered first collegiate points on a goal and an assist at No. 2 Cornell Nov. 12 … Had a goal against Clarkson Nov. 18, and dished out an assist against St. Lawrence the following afternoon … Handed out an assist in 5-1 win at Providence Dec. 8 … Notched a goal and an assist in the first game back from break, an 8-1 pounding of Connecticut Jan. 3 … Capped a three-game point streak with a trio of helpers in 5-3 comeback win over Rensselaer Jan. 14 … Named ECAC Rookie of the Week Jan. 17 … Had a goal and two assists and finished the game rated +4 in 8-0 romp at Yale Jan. 27 … Found the back of the net twice Feb. 4 in 10-1 pounding of Princeton.

Before Harvard

Four-year member of the hockey team and also played soccer and lacrosse at The Blake School … Captained soccer, hockey and lacrosse teams as a senior … Received the Athena Award as a senior as The Blake School’s Outstanding Female Athlete … Received all-conference accolades all four years with hockey team … Two-time all-metro and all-state pick … Named team Most Valuable Forward as a junior and senior … Led team to state championship in 2009, scoring the winning goal in the championship game … Top 10 Ms. Hockey finalist as a senior … 2009 member of USA Hockey development camp all-star team … A two-time all-state lacrosse pick and three-time lacrosse state champion … Two-time recipient of the Dean’s Recognition Award … Enjoys wake surfing, snowboarding and kayaking … Father, Kyle Crowe, played football at Iowa and led team to Big Ten title in 1986.