Bridget McGillivray scored in overtime,assisted by older sister Georgia, to seal a 3-2 win for the Harvard field hockey team against Lafayette Sunday afternoon at Jordan Field, giving the Crimson a win in its home opener and a sweep of its first weekend of games.
Bridget McGillivray, who scored her second goal of the weekend to lift the Harvard field hockey team to an overtime win against Lafayette Sunday, has been named the Harvard COOP Athlete of the Week for Sept. 6.
Massachusetts scored twice in the game’s first 12 minutes and went on to a 3-0 win against the Harvard field hockey team, handing the Crimson its first defeat of the year, Saturday afternoon at Garber Field.
Kyleigh Keating tallied two goals to help the Harvard field hockey team rally to tie twice, but Amanda Danziger scored with five seconds remaining in regulation to give Quinnipiac a 4-3 win against the Crimson Sunday afternoon at the QU Field Hockey & Lacrosse Turf Field.
Riding a four-game win streak and unbeaten at home, the Harvard field hockey faces No. 7 Stanford at noon on Jordan Field. The Crimson will be participating in the Play 4 the Cure campaign to raise awareness and money to fight breast cancer.