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No. 9/9 Women’s Hockey Hits the Road to Face Yale, Brown

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    No. 9/9 Harvard vs. Yale
Nov. 6, 2015
7 p.m.
Ingalls Rink
Ivy League Digital Network
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Harvard Leads, 70-9-4
W, 3-0 (Feb. 28, 2015)
W6
Harvard | Yale

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No. 9/9 Harvard vs. Brown
Nov. 7, 2015
4 p.m.
Meehan Auditorium
Ivy League Digital Network
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Harvard leads, 44-30-5
W, 7-1 (Feb. 7, 2015)
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Harvard | Brown


Miye D'Oench leads Harvard with three goals and four points (Zack Williamson).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Following a 1-0-1 weekend against No. 4/4 Clarkson and St. Lawrence, No. 9/9 Harvard women's hockey hits the road for contests with Yale, Friday Nov. 6, and Brown, Saturday Nov. 7. Both games will be broadcast on the Ivy League Digital Network.

The First Line
• Miye D'Oench is tied for first in ECAC games with three goals, and the senior averages 1.33 points per game overall to rank 19th in the country. D'Oench tied a career-best with three points against St. Lawrence on Halloween.

• The Crimson was picked to repeat as champions in the 2015-16 ECAC Preseason Poll, garnering eight of 12 first place votes to beat out second-place Clarkson.

• Four of the six preseason All-ECAC team slots went to Harvard skaters. Emerance Maschmeyer was the lone goaltender selected, while Michelle Picard, Miye D'Oench and Mary Parker also earned the recognition.

• Harvard advanced all the way to the NCAA national championship game at the 2015 Frozen Four after posting a 27-6-3 season that included ECAC Regular Season and Tournament championships.

Last Time Out
In its second game of the weekend, No. 8/7 Harvard women's hockey triumphed over St. Lawrence, 3-2, at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center with a game-winning goal in the final moments.

Senior Miye D'Oench tallied a pair of goals and an assist to lead the charge for the Crimson, matching her career-high of three points. Sophomore Haley Mullins scored the game-winner late in the third period, and senior Michelle Picard recorded two assists for her first points of the season. Junior Brianna Laing made 28 saves in goal to earn the win.

Harvard also played to a scoreless tie, 0-0, with No. 4/4 Clarkson on Oct. 30.

Related Link: D'Oench, Mullins Lead No. 8/7 Harvard over St. Lawrence, 3-2

#HarvardTop5
Tallying a pair of goals against St. Lawrence, Miye D'Oench checked in at No. 3 on this week's top plays countdown.

Not Five, Not Six
With Harvard's No. 9/9 ranking in the national polls, the Crimson has now been ranked for 71 consecutive weeks by the USCHO and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine. The last time Harvard did not appear in the polls was Oct. 15, 2012.

Scouting Yale
Yale sports a 1-3-0 record on the season, including a 1-1-0 mark in ECAC action after splitting with Princeton and Quinnipiac. Janelle Ferrara leads the team with four goals and five points, and is a squad-best +2 on the ice. Krista Yip-Chuck has tallied four points on the year, and numerous Bulldogs have tallied three. In goal, Hanna Mandi holds a 4.65 GAA with 86 saves.

Scouting Brown
Brown is off to an 0-4-0 start after falling twice to Maine and dropping the opening ECAC contests to Quinnipiac and Princeton. Freshman Bridget Carey is the only student-athlete to connect on a goal this season, assisted by Sam Donovan against Maine. Monica Elvin and Julianna Landry have split time in goal, and have combined to post a 3.50 goals-against average with 113 saves.

Ivy League Digital Network
The Ivy League Digital Network returns for a third season as the home for all live streaming and on-demand video content for each of the conference's eight institutions. Broadcast in full HD and featuring multiple camera angles, replay, and play-by-play and color commentary, the Ivy League Digital Network provides fans with unprecedented access to the Ancient Eight.

Multiple subscription options are available to fans, including school-specific and league-wide passes. To learn more about the Ivy League Digital Network or to sign-up today, click here.

Closed Captioning
Harvard is proud to announce the addition of closed captioning for men's and women's hockey to make its Ivy League Digital Network broadcasts of those two teams accessible to all.

Closed captioning for the Crimson's hockey programs will be available on desktop and mobile devices. The service is provided by Vitac (vitac.com).

Social Stream
Use the Social Stream on GoCrimson.com to stay connected with the Crimson on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube this year. The Social Stream brings the conversation from all four platforms into one convenient location, allowing fans of all Harvard Athletics teams to monitor the action in real time.

Follow in-game updates from the official Harvard women's hockey Twitter account: @HarvardWHockey

Additions Behind the Bench
The Crimson coaching staff was bolstered by a pair of additions from around the ECAC. Lee-J Mirasolo joins Harvard after four years as an assistant coach at Princeton, while Liz Keady dons Crimson after spending the 2014-15 season as an assistant at Union. Mirasolo enjoyed a four-year career at Boston College, while Keady played four years at Princeton.

Hockey Canada
Senior Emerance Maschmeyer and Sarah Edney '15 were named to the Canada Women's National Team's 22-player roster for the 4 Nations Cup in Sundsvall, Sweden, as announced by Hockey Canada on Tuesday. The tournament will run from Nov. 4-8 at Sundsvall Energi Arena.

Related Link: Maschmeyer, Edney '15 Named to Canadian National Team for 2015 4 Nations Cup 

Scoring in 3s
The Crimson scored three or more goals 23 times in 2014-15, posting a 22-1-0 record in those contests. Individually, Mary Parker was the last Harvard player to net three goals in a game, potting three against Brown Feb. 7, 2015.

Through three games, Harvard is 1-0-0 when it scores three goals.

Triple Digits Within Reach
Harvard's senior class holds a 75-21-11 record through three-plus seasons, and is 25 wins away from reaching the 100-victory mark. The 2014-15 senior class ended up with 97 wins, and the last four-year group to record triple-digit victories was the class of 2006, which tallied 104 triumphs for the Crimson.

What's Next?
Harvard hosts Union and Rensselaer in a pair of ECAC contests Nov. 13-14 at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. Both games will be broadcast on the Ivy League Digital Network.

Climbing the Record Books
A plethora of student-athletes enter 2015-16 looking to rise in the Crimson's all-time ranks. Emerance Maschmeyer is 264 saves away from breaking the Harvard record for stops in a career, and she is on pace to own the team record for save percentage as well. Mary Parker, Miye D'Oench and Sydney Daniels will look to improve on their current top-40 rankings in points, goals, assists or all three.

Home-Ice Advantage
The Bright-Landry Hockey Center has been one of the toughest venues in the country for opposing teams over the past few years, as Harvard has posted a 42-5-5 record at home over the past three-plus seasons. Harvard was 15-1-1 at home in 2014-15, and won 17 straight in Cambridge from March 1, 2014 to Feb. 10, 2015.

Behind the Bench
Katey Stone, The Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women's Ice Hockey, is in her 21st season at the helm of the program, and is the winningest coach in the history of Division I women's hockey. Stone boasts a 430-178-39 overall record with 11 appearances in the NCAA Tournament and six in the Frozen Four. 23 Harvard skaters have earned All-America status under Stone's watch.

 
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