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Back to back by Harvard hockey

February 18, 2017 GMT

Tyler Moy scored twice for third-ranked Harvard as the Crimson wrapped up their second straight Ivy League title with a 4-2 win over Yale last night at Ingalls Rink in New Haven, Conn.

Luke Esposito and John Marino scored for Harvard (19-5-2, 13-4-2). Harvard goalie Merrick Madsen stopped 21 shots against the Bulldogs (10-11-5, 6-9-4).

Northeastern 3, UConn 0 — Ryan Ruck made 20 saves and Sam Kurker scored twice to lead NU (14-12-5, 7-9-3) to a Hockey East win over UConn (10-13-8, 6-9-4) at XL Center in Hartford, Conn. Adam Gaudette had a goal plus two assists for NU.

Boston College 3, Vermont 3 — Rob Hamilton scored his second goal of the game with 3:32 remaining in the third period to lift the No.?16 Catamounts (17-10-4, 9-7-3) into a Hockey East tie against the No.?11 Eagles (18-12-3, 13-4-2) at Kelley Rink.

Merrimack 4, Maine 3 — Jace Hennig scored 3:39 into overtime to give the Warriors (13-13-5, 7-7-5 HE) a win over the Black Bears (10-18-3, 4-14-1) in North Andover.

Notre Dame 4, Providence 1 — Anders Bjork scored twice to lead the No.?15 Fighting Irish (18-9-4, 11-5-3 HE) to a win against the No.?10 Friars (18-9-4, 10-7-2) in South Bend, Ind.

Women’s hockey

Boston University 7, Northeastern 2 — Senior forward Mary Parker had two goals and an assist to help send the Terriers (16-10-6, 11-8-4) to a Women’s Hockey East win over the Huskies (19-11-3, 14-8-2) at Walter Brown Arena.

Harvard 5, Yale 0 — Sydney Daniels scored twice and goalie Brianna Laing stopped 28 shots as the Crimson (5-18-5, 9-10-2) blanked the Bulldogs (10-14-4, 8-11-2) at Bright-Landry Hockey Center.

Men’s basketball

Cornell 69, Dartmouth 65 — Matt Morgan scored 28 points and the Big Red (7-17, 3-6) held off a late surge by the Big Green (5-17, 2-7) for an Ivy League win in Hanover, N.H.

Women’s basketball

Northeastern 50, Delaware 41 — Claudia Ortiz had 14 points for the Huskies (9-17, 5-9 CAA) during a win over the Blue Hens (14-11, 8-6) at the Cabot Center.

Harvard 58, Columbia 55 — Destiny Nunley scored a team-high 20 points, added seven rebounds and blocked two shots to lead the Crimson (19-3, 7-2) to an Ivy League win over the Lions (12-10, 2-7) in New York.