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Women's hockey alum Becky Kellar '97 won her third gold medal as part of a dominant Canadian team that blanked Team USA, 2-0, in the finals of the Vancouver Olympics on Feb. 25.

Kellar tallied four assists and a plus-14 rating while anchoring a suffocating defense that surrendered only two goals in five games. After winning three preliminary games by a combined 41-2 score, Canada blanked Finland, 5-0, in the semifinals on Feb. 22.

Kellar has played in all four Olympics in which women's hockey has been a medal sport, winning a silver medal in Nagano in 1998 before taking golds in Salt Lake City and Torino.

Six other current or former ECAC Hockey players joined Kellar on Team Canada, while three Harvard alums settled for silver on Team USA.
Five-overtime victory advances RPI women in ECAC Hockey playoffs

Rensselaer beat Quinnipiac, 2-1, in the fifth overtime on Sunday to advance to the ECAC women's semifinals. Laura Gersten's shot into the upper-right corner of the net 144:32 into the game gave the Engineers the victory in the second-longest game in NCAA history. The teams combined for 108 shots.

Fifth-seeded RPI advances to face top seed Cornell, while second-seeded Clarkson squares off against third-seeded Princeton, on Friday.

Ivy League basketball heads into crunch time

The Ivy League basketball season comes down to its final weekend for the men and women, with both races led by dominant squads.

On the men's side, Cornell clinched a share of the championship with a 68-48 victory over Penn on Saturday, avenging its only conference loss of the season against the Quakers. Harvard and Princeton have each suffered two more losses, while no other team is better than two games below .500 in the top-heavy conference.

On the women's side, 11-0 Princeton appears to be cruising to the title, demolishing Cornell, 96-59, on Friday. Only 9-2, Harvard is still in the hunt with three games to play.

Puck drops on men's hockey ECAC Tournament this weekend

The playoff matchups have been set. Yale, Cornell, Union and Colgate received byes. St. Lawrence will host Clarkson, RPI will host Brown, Quinnipiac will host Dartmouth and Princeton will host Harvard in best-of-three playoff series beginning Friday.

Harvard wins national championship in squash

The No. 1 Harvard women's squash team won the national championship for the 12th time in program history, defeating Penn, 6-3, on Sunday in the title game.

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