Hillary Crowe
Position Forward
Shoots Right
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
ECAC Team The Blake School
Harvard Crimson
Pro Career 2011 – present

Hillary Crowe is a women's ice hockey player from Minnesota. Currently, she competes for the Harvard Crimson in the ECAC women's ice hockey conference.

Playing careerEdit

In her senior year at the Blake School, Crowe was appointed team captain. In all four years at the Blake School, she received All-Conference Accolades. In addition, she led her team to the Minnesota state championship in 2009 and scored the winning goal.


Crowe joined the Harvard Crimson in the autumn of 2011 and recorded her first career goal and assist in the same contest (November 12 versus the Cornell Big Red)[1]. The first assist of her NCAA career came on the first NCAA goal for Sarah Edney. [2] From January 13 to 14, 2012, Crowe registered four points in two ECAC conference wins versus RPI and Union. Of note, she assisted on the game winning goals in both contests. In the win versus RPI, Crowe contributed with three assists in a come from behind win. [3]

Awards and honorsEdit

  • 2009 USA Hockey Development Camp All-Star team
  • Athena Award (given to the best female athlete at The Blake School)[4]
  • 2010 Blake School Most Valuable Forward
  • 2011 Blake School Most Valuable Forward
  • 2011 Top 10 Finalist, Minnesota Ms. Hockey Award
  • ECAC Rookie of the Week (Week of January 17, 2012)[5]


Her father, Kyle Crowe played football for the Iowa Hawkeyes and was part of the 1986 Big Ten championship team.


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