Lindsay Reed ’18 concluded her remarkable rookie season for the Harvard women’s hockey program by sharing the most valuable player award at the team’s banquet over the weekend.
The award, which she shared with team captain and senior Lexie Laing, is the final jewel in a stunning first season of college hockey which saw her finish with the third-highest save percentage in women’s college hockey and lead the nation in goals against average for a large portion of the season.
In addition to her team award, Reed collected several other pieces of hardware in the past few weeks. She earned first-team All-Ivy League honors, as well as being named to the second-team All-ECAC conference team and the All-Rookie team. She also was one of two goalies on the all-star team named by the New England Hockey Writers Association.
At Hotchkiss, Reed was a four-time varsity letter winner in both ice hockey and field hockey, serving as captain of both teams in her senior year. She won the Carole S. Hawley ’75 Award in field hockey as a senior and was a three-time winner of the Melissa Goss Simonds ’79 Hockey Award.