Harvard Women’s Hockey Hazings Allegedly Included ‘Naked Skates’

  • For the second time in three months, the Harvard women’s hockey team and head coach Katey Stone are facing allegations of hazing and abusive behavior.
  • The latest report, from The Athletic, alleges that the program conducted annual “Naked Skates” and pressured underclassmen to mimic sex acts and drink alcohol at “Freshmen Fun Night,” among other instances that players within the program considered to be hazing.
  • At “Freshmen Fun Night,” first-year players were pressured to “put condoms on bananas, fake orgasms and act out skills that referenced their sexual orientation” in some instances, according to the report. That night allegedly marked the end of the team’s “Initiation Week,” which also reportedly featured excessive and underage drinking.
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