The list of honors for star goalie Lindsay Reed ’18 got a little longer on Wednesday May 29 when she was named the female athlete of the year by the Harvard Crimson.
Among the list of accolades referenced in the article was Reed’s new program record for single-season saves (927), as well as her multiple league and conference honors, and finishing with the third-highest save percentage in the nation, just fractions of a point behind the leader.
“To have this honor [the top-three save percentage] my first year, it’s a huge privilege, and I’m extremely proud of it, but I can’t wait to see where we go from here,” said Reed in the article.
Reed’s hockey season extended far past her play for the Crimson this year, however, as she continues to attend camps and development program events for USA Hockey in preparation for further international play. Reed has won multiple gold medals for Team USA at the IIHF World Championships.