Top 5 Plays – Dec. 4

These are your Harvard University
Top 5 Plays of the Week. At number five, Men’s Hockey. Late in the
second period against Boston College, with the crimson on the power play, sophomore defensemen Jack Rathbone finds classmate Jack Drury alone in front, Drury makes a beautiful move and finds the top corner to give Harvard a 2-0 lead. Harvard has scored a power play goal in 5 straight games and is 6-for-22 on the man advantage in that span. At number four, Women’s Basektball. With time
expiring in the first half tied at 36 against Quinnipiac, first-year Lola Mullaney sunk a triple
from way downtown to give the Crimson the lead over the
Bobcats heading into halftime. Mullaney went on to hit five three-pointers against the
Quinnipiac, nearly tying her career-high with 24 points. At number 3, Men’s Water Polo. With the match tied at
five in the opening round of the NCAA tournament, first year Kaleb archer received a pass in from and shot the ball with his back to net, beating the Bucknell goalie. The goal put Harvard up 6-5
with 27 seconds left in the first. At number two, Women’s Basketball. Leading
16-12 in the second quarter at Boston University, the Crimson run the floor to perfection. Jeannie
Boehm outlets the rebound to Maggie McCarthy She finds Tess Sussman, and Sussman
drives through two defenders for the layup. At number one, Men’s Basketball. In the second
half of Harvard’s victory over Texas A&M, sophomore Noah Kirkwood dished out a left-handed
pass to Chris Lewis for a powerful two-handed slam. That finish helped Harvard take fourth
place at the Orlando Invitational. That’s it for this week’s top 5 plays.
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