29 Harry Krieger
29 - Harry Krieger
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Year: Junior
Hometown: Timonium, Md.
High School: St. Paul's
Position: Goalkeeper
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Lowell

2012 (Junior):
Played in eight games, starting six ... Made 51 saves, to go along with a .510 save percentage and 8.42 goals-against average ... Turned aside six shots and only allowed three goals in more than 58 minutes against Vermont (Feb. 25) ... Recorded eight saves in win at Holy Cross (Feb. 28) ... Stopped 10 shots and had a ground ball against Hofstra (March 3) ... Made a season-high 12 saves and picked up a ground ball at Georgetown (March 10) ... Recorded one save at Massachusetts (March 27) ... Had four saves and three ground balls against Princeton (April 21) ... Recorded nine saves and collected five ground balls at Yale (April 28).

2011 (Sophomore):
Started all 16 games in net ... Posted a 10-6 overall record ... Ranked 22nd in the nation in save percentage (.539) and 29th in goals-against average (9.38) ... Recorded 173 saves ... Made nine saves in season-opening victory against Canisius (Feb. 26) ... Saved 11 shots and collected two ground balls versus No. 20 Georgetown (March 8) ... Recorded seven stops and had two ground balls against Bellarmine (March 11) ... Made 12 saves and grabbed a ground ball versus Holy Cross (March 15) ... Stopped 13 shots and collected a ground ball in win at Brown (March 19) ... Honored as NEILA Player of the Week and COOP Athlete of the Week (March 21) ... Had six stops and picked up two ground balls at Dartmouth (March 26) ... Recorded a career-high 19 saves and scooped up a ground ball in win over No. 14 Massachusetts (March 29) ... Made 14 stops and had a ground ball against No. 6 Cornell (April 9) ... Turned aside seven shots in win at Quinnipiac (April 12) ... Had 10 saves and collected four ground balls against No. 15 Penn (April 16) ... Recorded 15 saves, caused a turnover and scooped up three ground balls in key victory at Princeton (April 23) ... Made 16 saves, while only allowing five goals, and picked up a ground ball in win over No. 14 Yale (April 30) ... Recorded nine stops in win over No. 15 Penn in Ivy League tournament semifinal (May 6) ... Turned aside 16 shots against No. 2 Cornell in Ivy tournament final (May 8).

2010 (Freshman):
Saw action in 11 games, starting nine ... Owned a 4-4 record with a 10.75 goals-against average and a .495 save percentage (100 of 202) ... Ranked sixth in the Ivy League in goals-against average and save percentage ... Recorded 11 or more saves six times and grabbed 10 ground balls in rookie season ... Had two saves in win over Canisius (Feb. 27) ... Earned first career win at Holy Cross (March 6), making seven saves and grabbing one ground ball ... Recorded 13 saves in win at Massachusetts (March 13) ... Stopped five shots and grabbed a ground ball against Colgate (March 16) ... Turned aside nine shots in three quarters of work against Brown (March 20) ... Had three saves and a ground ball in win over Dartmouth (March 27) ... Recorded 17 saves and picked up a ground ball against No. 7 Duke (April 2) ... Honored as Ivy League Rookie of the Week April 5 ... Stopped 14 shots and grabbed a ground ball at No. 10 Cornell (April 10) ... Turned aside 10 shots, picked up two ground balls and caused a turnover at Penn (April 17) ... Stopped 13 shots in victory over No. 6 Princeton (April 24) ... Made seven saves and collected three ground balls at Yale (May 1).

Before Harvard:
Lettered three years in lacrosse and football … Captained lacrosse team as a senior … U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American as a senior … C. Markland Kelly Award finalist … National Football Foundation’s Maryland Scholar Athlete … National Football Foundation Academic All-State team as a senior … St. Paul’s Martin D. Tullai Head Coaches Award Recipient … George Gelston Memorial Award Recipient for team defensive most valuable player …Member of the Japanese and German National Honors Societies … Recipient of Dabney M. Cruikshank Award for Outstanding Contribution to School Spirit … Recipient of Sammy Hutton Memorial Scholarship.