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|2002–03 Harvard Crimson|
|NCAA Women's Ice Hockey Frozen Four, Runner-up|
|USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine|
|USCHO.com/CBS College Sports|
|Head Coach||Katey Stone|
The 2002-03 Harvard Crimson women’s ice hockey team played in the NCAA championship game, Harvard was first in the National Polls for 14 consecutive weeks.  In addition, the Crimson had a 28-game unbeaten streak and captured the ECAC regular-season and Ivy League titles. The Crimson won the Beanpot for the fifth straight season.
- February 4, 2003
- Harvard 7, Boston University 0
- February 11, 2003
- Harvard 7, Boston College 0
- Jennifer Botterill claimed her third Beanpot Most Valuable Player award.
|Player||Games Played||Minutes||Goals Against||Wins||Losses||Ties||Shutouts||Save %||Goals Against Average|
The Crimson won the Frozen Four semifinal by defeating the Minnesota Golden Gophers by a 6-1 score. In the final, the Crimson took the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs to double overtime. The Crimson would lose the game by a 4-3 score.
- Harvard 6, Minnesota 1
- Minnesota-Duluth 4, Harvard 3 (OT)
Awards and honorsEdit
- Jennifer Botterill, AHCA First Team All-American
- Jennifer Botterill, Beanpot Most Valuable Player
- Jennifer Botterill, Patty Kazmaier Award Winner
- Angela Ruggiero AHCA First Team All-American
- Angela Ruggiero, NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team
- Julie Chu AHCA Second Team All-American
- Julie Chu, NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team
- ↑ Katey Stone. Harvard Crimson Athletics. Retrieved on 16 April 2010.
- ↑ http://www.beanpothockey.com/women/results.html
- ↑ http://www.uscho.com/stats/team-overall.php/harvard-crimson/womens-college-hockey/team,44/season,20022003/gender,w/sort,PTS.html
- ↑ http://web1.ncaa.org/web_files/stats/winter_champs_records/2003/2003WinterChampsRecords.pdf
- ↑ http://www.beanpothockey.com/women/awards.html
- ↑ http://www.usahockey.com/patty_kazmaier/default.aspx?NAV=AF_09&ID=191330
- ↑ http://www.gocrimson.com/sports/wice/history/allamericans
|Harvard Crimson ice hockey|
|Men’s coaches||Alfred Winsor • William Clafin • Edward Bigelow • Joseph Stubbs • Clark Hodder • John Chase • Ralph Weiland • Bill Cleary • Ronn Tomassoni • Mark Mazzoleni • Ted Donato|
|Men’s seasons||Harvard Crimson|
|Notable players||Mark Fusco • Scott Fusco • Lane MacDonald|
|Frozen Four Appearances||1989|
|Hobey Baker Award||Hobey Baker Award: Mark Fusco (1983) • Scott Fusco (1986) • Lane MacDonald (1989) • Junior Lessard (2004)|
|Women’s coaches||Joe Bertagna • Rita Harder • John Dooley • Katey Stone|
|Women’s seasons||Harvard Crimson women's ice hockey • 1998–99 • 2000–01 • 2002–03 • 2003–04 • 2004–05 • 2005–06 • 2006–07 • 2007–08 • 2008–09 • 2009–10|
|Olympians||A.J. Mleczko • Jennifer Botterill • Caitlin Cahow • Julie Chu • Jamie Hagerman • Angela Ruggiero • Tammy Lee Shewchuk • Sarah Vaillancourt|
|Patty Kazmaier Award||Patty Kazmaier Award: A.J. Mleczko (1999) • Jennifer Botterill (2001, 2003) • Angela Ruggiero (2004) • Julie Chu (2007) • Sarah Vaillancourt (2008)|
|Frozen Four Appearances||NCAA tournament: 2001 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005|
|1Arena :Bright Hockey Center|
2Athletic Director: Robert Scalise
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