Fast Start Helps No. 15 Field Hockey Earn 4-0 Win Over Yale

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – First-year Bronte-May Brough scored two times, and Olivia Hoover and Emily Berlinghof every added first quarter objectives to steer No. 15 Harvard box hockey (8-3, 3-0 Ivy) to a 4-0 win over Yale (6-5, 1-2 Ivy) at Berylson Field.

Harvard Highlights

Harvard struck early and incessantly, as Hoover helped the Crimson get off to some other just right get started at house. Sophomore Emily Guckian (two assists) reduce into the circle and fired a shot onto the pad of Yale goalkeeper Luanna Summer (six saves).
Hoover crashed the online and put the rebound in for her fourth target of the season with 9:46 left within the opening quarter. Minutes later, Guckian pressured a turnover throughout the circle and fed a cross to a large open Berlinghof, who slipped a shot beneath the stick of Summer with 5:17 to head within the first.
The Crimson expanded its result in 3-0 on a penalty nook as Brough fired a shot off the board simply 3:54 into the second one quarter for her fourth target of the season.
Early within the 3rd quarter, Brough notched her 2d of the sport on a lovely set play off a penalty nook for her first profession more than one target recreation. Mazarine Brough inserted to Avery Donahue who fed around the circle to stopper Kitty Chapple.
Chapple arrange a shot for Brough, who discovered the left nook of the cage at 10:46 of the 3rd quarter to make it 4-0.
Later within the quarter, first-year Tessa Shahbo changed her sister Ellie in web, marking her first collegiate recreation.
The Crimson held Yale with out a shot on target for everything of the sport, and emerged with an unblemished Ivy report.

Game Notes

  • Harvard has now received the closing 9 conferences in opposition to Yale relationship again to 2013.
  • Harvard now has recorded a 23-1 report in Ivy video games relationship again to the beginning of the 2018 season, a span that incorporates Ivy League titles in 2018 and 2021.
  • In a stretch of 33 video games relationship again to the tip of the 2019 season, Harvard has no longer allowed greater than two objectives in a recreation. Harvard is 28-5 in that span.
  • First-year Bronte-May Brough recorded Harvard’s first multi-goal recreation of the 12 months and now leads the staff with 11 issues (5 objectives, help).
  • Sophomore Emily Guckian (two assists) notched her first multi-assist recreation of the season.
  • Harvard earned its 5th shutout of the season.
  • The Crimson outshot Yale 10-0 (pictures on target) and had an 8-2 edge on penalty corners.

Next Up

Harvard will probably be again at Berylson Field to tackle UMass-Lowell on Sunday (Oct. 9, 1 p.m.) on ESPN+.

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