The sweep marks the first time Harvard has claimed all three weekly honors in one week since 2013 (Zach Williamson).
Harrington tabs her third Defensive Player of the Week honors this season after a stalwart week in net, tallying 66 saves, three assists and two steals between the pipes over five games. Harrington rejected a career-high 20 stops against Azusa Pacific and was instrumental in leading Harvard to a pair of upsets, holding then-ranked No. 14 LMU to a 1-of-9 conversion rate on the power play before stopping 15 shots against then-ranked No. 13 UC Santa Barbara.
Martinelli picks up her first-career CWPA weekly award after tacking 11 goals, five assists and seven steals over Harvard's remaining six games in California to take home Player of the Week honors. The junior saved her best for last, matching a season-high with four goals, including all three of Harvard's scores in the final period, and delivered the game-winning goal with two seconds left to push the Crimson to its first win ever over UC Santa Barbara.
Hong earns her second-straight Rookie of the Week honors after registering 12 goals, eight assists and three steals over six contests. The freshman's best performance came against Redlands, posting a season-high six scores to go with two helpers and a steal. With her fourth honor of the season, Hong sets the record for earning the most Rookie of the Week honors in program history.
Harvard will return to Blodgett Pool for its final time this season as it will host Hartwick at 7 p.m tomorrow. The game can be seen live on the Ivy League Digital Network.