Glynn, a midfielder, has started 45 games during her career and went over 100 points this past season. The Manhasset, New York native was fourth on the team this spring with 25 points, highlighted by 21 goals. She set a new career-high with 19 caused turnovers, supporting 27 ground balls and 10 ground balls. She is a three-time All-Ivy League selection.
Guild, an attacker, has played in 47 games, starting 36 during her career. She reached double-digit goals for the third consecutive season, scoring 10 times this season. Her 16 ground balls marked a career-best. The Sudbury, Massachusetts native also gathered nine draw controls, caused five turnovers and had three assists.
White, a Weston Massachusetts native, has been an integral reserve player for the Crimson during her career, seeing time in 17 games. She has six starts and three ground balls as a member of the Crimson defense.
Harvard reached the Ivy League Tournament for the fourth-straight season this spring, finishing the year 8-8 overall and 4-3 in the Ivy League.