ALBANY, N.Y. – After an impressive rookie season, Lindsay Reed has earned multiple postseason honors, as announced by ECAC Hockey this week. In addition to being named a finalist for both Goalie of the Year and Rookie of the Year, Reed was selected by league coaches to the Second-Team All-ECAC as well as the All-Rookie Team.
During her collegiate debut season, Reed secured her spot as the Crimson's starting netminder, appearing in 27 of 32 games. Overall, she amassed 927 saves for a .940 save percentage and allowed just 59 goals for a 2.18 goals against average. In conference play, across 17 games she registered a .946 save percentage, good for first in ECAC Hockey, and 1.92 goals against average which ranked top-five among starting goalies in the conference. For much of the season, Reed stood at the top of NCAA Division I goaltenders in both statistical categories.
In 17 of her 27 games played, the New Vernon, N.J. native totaled 30 or more saves and posted 45+ saves in three consecutive contests in early February. She notched her career high of 52 saves in the opening round of the 2019 Beanpot Tournament, a 4-1 win against No. 7/7 Boston College. She posted three shutouts this season, including back-to-back clean sheets against Rensselaer and Union Nov. 30-Dec.1.
Harvard finished the 2017-18 season 12-15-5 overall and 9-9-4 in ECAC Hockey action, earning its second consecutive berth to ECAC Hockey quarterfinals.