As I was growing up, I always wanted to go to Harvard because of my parents. But as I got older, they pushed for me to make my own decisions, and they wanted me to consider other schools. I wanted to create my own path as well.
Junior defenseman Adam Fox was named a CCM/AHCA Hockey Division I First Team All-American, the American Hockey Coaches Association announced tonight (April 12). Fox is a three-time All-American – the third player in program history to achieve that feat, joining Joe Cavanagh ’71 and Mark Fusco ’83.
Thirty years ago, Harvard and Minnesota met famously in the 1989 NCAA title game at the St. Paul Civic Center on April 1, 1989, with Ed Krayer scoring the game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Crimson to its first national championship.
Harvard men’s ice hockey will be represented by two former student-athletes in the 2019 NHL playoffs, which begin this week. Alexander Kerfoot ’17 (Colorado Avalanche) and Alex Killorn ’12 (Tampa Bay Lightning) will compete for the Stanley Cup for the second consecutive season.
Senior captain Lewis Zerter-Gossage has signed an amateur tryout agreement with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL), the organization announced on April 4. Zerter-Gossage will join the team for the remaining five games of the regular season.
Junior defenseman Adam Fox has been selected as one of three finalists for the 2019 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, it was announced today (April 4). This marks the ninth time in program history and the fourth time in the last five seasons that Harvard has had a Hobey Baker Hat Trick finalist.
Despite 32 saves from senior goaltender Michael Lackey, No. 13/14 Harvard men’s hockey (19-11-3) fell to No. 4/4 Massachusetts (29-9-0), 4-0, in the NCAA Regional semifinals tonight, March 29 at SNHU Arena.
The No. 13/14 Harvard men's ice hockey team (19-10-3) will make its 25th appearance in the NCAA Tournament, as the Crimson will travel to Manchester, New Hampshire as the No. 4 seed in the Northeast Regional to take on No. 1 seed Massachusetts (28-9-0).
Gridiron Club of Greater Boston president Cheryl Schoenfeld announced today that Harvard University junior defenseman Adam Fox (Jericho, NY) is the winner of the 67th Walter Brown Award, presented annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England.
The No. 11/12 Harvard men’s ice hockey team will make its 25th appearance in the NCAA Tournament, as the Crimson will travel to Manchester, New Hampshire as the No. 4 seed in the Northeast Regional to take on No. 1 seed Massachusetts, the NCAA announced Sunday (March 24).
A comeback effort fell just short for No. 11/12 Harvard men’s ice hockey (19-10-3) in its ECAC Hockey semifinal against No. 9/9 Clarkson, as the Crimson fell, 5-2, to the Golden Knights at Herb Brooks Arena.
Junior defenseman Adam Fox was named ECAC Hockey Player of the Year, the conference announced today. This marks the fourth time in the last five seasons that a Harvard player has been selected for ECAC Hockey’s highest honor.
No. 11/12 Harvard men's hockey (19-9-3, 13-7-2 ECAC Hockey) is set to take on No. 9/9 Clarkson on Friday night (March 22, 7:30 pm.) in a ECAC Hockey Semifinal contest at Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid, New York.
Junior forward Nathan Krusko’s goal at 2:06 of overtime clinched No. 14/14 Harvard men’s ice hockey’s (19-9-3) fifth straight trip to Lake Placid and ECAC Hockey championship weekend, as the Crimson defeated Dartmouth (13-17-4), 4-3, at Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
Junior defenseman Adam Fox had a goal and two assists to lead No. 14/14 Harvard men’s ice hockey (18-9-3) to a 3-1 win over Dartmouth (13-16-4) in Game 1 of their ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series at Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
No. 14/14 Harvard men's hockey (17-9-3, 13-7-2 ECAC Hockey) is set to kick off postseason play with a ECAC Hockey quarterfinal best-of-three series against travel partner Dartmouth (13-15-4, 10-9-3 ECAC Hockey).
A late season push for the Cleary Cup fell just short on Saturday night (March 2) as No. 15/16 Harvard men’s ice hockey (17-9-3, 13-7-2 ECAC Hockey) fell 4-3, to Union (17-11-6, 10-10-2 ECAC Hockey) at Messa Rink in the regular season finale for both teams.
First-year forward Casey Dornbach had a goal and an assist, and junior goaltender Cameron Gornet made 19 saves to lead No. 15/16 Harvard men’s ice hockey (17-8-3, 13-6-2 ECAC Hockey) to a 4-1 win over Rensselaer (10-20-3, 7-12-2 ECAC Hockey).
Junior goaltender Cameron Gornet made a career high 35 saves and captain Lewis Zerter-Gossage scored on a memorable Senior Night at Bright-Landry Hockey Center, as No. 15/17 Harvard men’s ice hockey (16-8-3, 12-6-2 ECAC Hockey) earned a 3-0 win over Yale (13-11-3, 11-8-1 ECAC Hockey).
Junior goaltender Cameron Gornet stopped 28 shots in his first start since November, helping No. 15/17 Harvard men’s ice hockey (15-8-3, 11-6-2 ECAC Hockey) rally from an early deficit for a 4-2 win over Brown (10-11-5, 7-7-5 ECAC Hockey) at Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
No. 15/17 Harvard men's hockey (14-8-3, 10-6-2 ECAC Hockey) will honor its six seniors - Adam Baughman, Viktor Dombrovskiy, Michael Floodstrand, Michael Lackey, Jacob Olson, and Lewis Zerter-Gossage - as the Crimson plays its final home series against Brown and Yale.