CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Rookie goaltender Lindsay Reed has been named a New England Hockey Writers Association All-Star, as announced by the organization today. Reed is one of 12 players selected from Division I and II teams in New England and is one of two netminders recognized on this year's squad.
During her collegiate debut season, Reed secured her spot as the Crimson's starting netminder, appearing in 27 of 32 games. Overall, she amassed 927 saves, a single-season program record, for a .940 save percentage and allowed just 59 goals for a 2.18 goals against average. In conference play, across 17 games she registered a .946 save percentage, good for first in ECAC Hockey, and 1.92 goals against average which ranked top-five among starting goalies in the conference. For much of the season, Reed stood at the top of NCAA Division I goaltenders in both statistical categories.
In 17 of her 27 games played, the New Vernon, N.J. native totaled 30 or more saves and posted 45+ saves in three consecutive contests in early February. She notched her career high of 52 saves in the opening round of the 2019 Beanpot Tournament, a 4-1 win against No. 7/7 Boston College. She posted three shutouts this season, including back-to-back clean sheets against Rensselaer and Union Nov. 30-Dec.1.
Harvard finished the 2017-18 season 12-15-5 overall and 9-9-4 in ECAC Hockey action, earning its second consecutive berth to ECAC Hockey quarterfinals.