Junior Casey Allen had a career high five points (two goals, assist) in Harvard's win at Dartmouth. (Gil Talbot)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Junior Casey Allen earned Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week honors, the league announced today (Oct. 29).
Allen had a career afternoon in Harvard's 6-0 win at Dartmouth, recording two goals and an assist for a five-point effort to help the Crimson clinch a share of its fifth Ivy League title.
She scored her first goal from just in front of the cage on a second rebound off a penalty corner at 22:15. She added her second goal of the game at 39:49. after a deflected shot went right to her stick in front and had an assist on Olivia Allin's goal at 47:09. Allen has a career high 21 points (five goals, 11 assists), leading the Ivy League in assists.
Harvard (15-1, 6-0 Ivy League) has won a program-best 12 straight games, and will close out the regular season with Senior Day against Columbia on Nov. 3 (12 p.m.).