Both players registered points for their country in the tournament (Gil Talbot).
CALGARY, Alberta - Skating internationally in the annual series, Harvard women's hockey had two players, sophomore Kaitlin Tse and senior Sydney Daniels, compete for their country August 17-20 at the Markin MacPhail Center. Tse and Canada's National Women's Development Team picked up the win in the series, 2-1, over Daniels and the U-22 USA Women's National Team.
Tse and Daniels both tallied points in the opening clash, a 2-1 victory for Canada. Tse helped Canada get on the board first, slotting a pass to Boston University's Victoria Bach for what would end up as the game-winning goal. Daniels netted a breakaway goal in the third period for the United States, her second-straight year scoring in the series, but the Americans could not force an extra period in game one.
Canada clinched the series with a 4-3 win in the second contest, and the United States tallied a 3-2 victory in the final outing. The series triumph for Canada was its first since 2010.
Harvard opens its 2016-17 campaign with an exhibition against McGill October 14 at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. The contest will be broadcast on the Ivy League Digital Network.
Video courtesy: USA Hockey