Cambridge, MA—The men’s hockey team came away with a 4-3 victory over Harvard Friday night, improving its record to 5-5-4 while picking up three valuable points in ECAC play. Bruno trailed 3-2 in the third period, but two goals in the span of only nineteen seconds proved to be the difference, giving the Bears their second win in three games of the new year (they had previously defeated No. 10 Boston University 6-1 in the Shillelagh Holiday Tournament). Continue Reading
Game of the Week
The Men’s Ice Hockey team plays host to a pair of tough conference opponents in #13 Union College and #16 RPI. After two big games against ranked teams (#6 New Hampshire and #2 Boston University, both ending in ties: 5-5 (OT) and 4-4 (OT), respectively), the team has started to gain recognition in the national polls. The team must carry their recent success into this weekend, a weekend that could greatly improve their standing in the ECAC. The team’s first win on home ice would surely be a great segue into the Mayor’s Cup against Providence College on December 7th, and considering the high-power offense of the last few games (averaging 4.00 goals per game in their last three games) the team is poised for a big victory. Continue Reading
Record: (1-1, Ivy 0-0) Last Game: L @ URI, 92-67
Nov. 20 vs. Sacred Heart (0-2, NEC 0-0) Last Game: L @ Fordham, 51-69
Nov. 24 vs. St. Francis (NY) (0-2, NEC 0-0) Last Game: L @ South Florida, 71-74
Although Sacred Heart is coming off of two poor offensive performances (48.0 ppg), the Men’s Basketball team shouldn’t be caught off guard looking ahead to their game against St. Francis, who is coming off a close loss against the Big East’s USF. Continue Reading
Photos by Sam Rubinroit/Herald.