Sophomore Daniel Eipp stands second on the team in points with 10 goals eight asists for 18 points. (Gil Talbot)
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Scouting the Crimson
Led by Jeff Cohen (18-3-21), three Harvard players have reached double figures in scoring after five games with the others being Daniel Eipp (5-10-18) and Kevin Vaughn (6-6-11).
At the faceoff circle, Keegan Michel has won 47-of-80 chances (.587), while Sean Mahon has also seen time taking draws going 6-of-12 (.500).
In net, Harry Krieger owns a 7.41 goals-against average to go along with a .561 save percentage. Krieger has earned both victories and has made 37 saves in net for the Crimson this spring.
Harvard has not been outscored in any quarters this season and holds a decided advantage in the final two stanzas outscoring its opponents 31-20 in those two periods. The team has also outscored its opponents 53-42 through its five games so far this year. The Crimson has also mustered 187 shots, including 110 on target.
Harvard has a 1-1 record at home, and is 1-2 on the road this fall, defeating Holy Cross. The Cirmson has nine games remaining in the regular season, five of which will be played at Harvard Stadium, while four will be road contests.
Keegan Michel leads the Crimson with 24 ground balls on the season. Jason Gonos and Eric Slingerland have 15 and 14 respectively, while Eipp has picked up 10 ground balls.
Cohen and Eipp pace the Crimson with three and two man-up goals apiece, as Harvard is 6-of-24 on man-up opportunities (.250). The Crimson has held opponents to seven man-up markers in 20 attempts.
Scouting The Bears
Brown brings a 2-0 road record to Harvard Stadium after downing Quinnipiac and Saint Joseph's away from Providence. Parker Brown leads the Bears in points with six goals, four assists and 10 points,
In the faceoff circle Capone has been team's top player on the draw, as he has successfully won 25 of 42 attempts (.595). Daniel Mellynchuk has also seen time taking faceoffs as he is 9 of 18 (.474).
In net Round has seen the majority of time as he owns a 9.55 goals against average, with a .547 save percentage. He has made 41 saves this season and is 2-2.
Tommy Capone leads the Bears defensive efforts with 17 ground balls while Phil Pierce paces
Brown in caused turnovers with seven.
Brown has been fairly stingy when it comes to allowing man-up tallies as opponents are 2-13 against the Bears penalty kill, while Brown is 2-15 in man-up conversions. Hurster and George Sherman have scored both of Brown's man-up markers this season.
Brown is on the wrong side of the scoring margin so far this season as opposing teams have outscored the bears 42-36. The Bears have been a better first-half team this season as they have scored eight first quarter goals and allowed nine, while they hold a 13-10 advantage in scoring in the second stanza. Teams have outscored the Bears in the second half as opponents have found the back of the net 23 times while the Bears have only scored 15 in the second half.