Union couldn't stop Harvard's winning run

Union and Harvard met on Saturday. Harvard came into the game off the back of a run of five successive wins and managed to claim yet another victory. The game finished 5-1.

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Union and Harvard met on Saturday. Harvard came into the game off the back of a run of five successive wins and managed to claim yet another victory. The game finished 5-1.

The Crimson took the lead halfway through the first period, with a goal from Sean Farrell.

Four goals were scored in the second period, and the Crimson led 4-1 going in to the third period.

Baker Shore increased the lead to 5-1 late into the third period, assisted by Sean Farrell and Joe Miller.

The Dutchmen were whistled for eight penalties, while the Crimson received five penalties.

Next up:

The Dutchmen hosts Northeastern on Saturday at 6 p.m. CST. The Crimson hosts New Hampshire to play the Wildcats on Tuesday at 6 p.m. CST.