|High School:||Noble & Greenough|
|Previous Team:||Noble & Greenough|
As a Sophomore in 2013: Played in all 36 games and finished 7th on the team with 15 points (6g, 9a) … Contributed 6-5-11 numbers in ECAC Hockey contests … Scored a pair of power play goals and had one game-winning tally … Also blocked 15 shots and had a +2 rating … Earned an assist at #13 Harvard … Posted an assist on the goal that got Brown on the board in 3-3 tie with #13 St. Lawrence … Notched an assist on the game-winning goal in 3-2 come-from-behind win over Holy Cross … Scored his first goal of the season, also his first career power play goal, to give Brown a 3-1 lead at #13 Yale … Had a career-high three points, all assists, in 7-2 win over AIC … Scored his first career game-winning goal with 45 seconds left in the second period to snap a 2-2 tie and lift Brown to a 3-2 win at Clarkson; also had an assist on the Bears’ first goal … Earned an assist against #11 Dartmouth … Scored his third of the season at Colgate … Gave Brown a 1-0 lead just 1:43 into the game in 5-1 win over Princeton … Scored a career-high two goals and assisted a third, tying a career-high for points, in 5-1 victory over Colgate, helping Brown clinch home ice for the first time since 2005; named 1st star.
As a Freshman in 2012: Appeared in 30 games, tallying 7 points (4g, 3a) … His four goals were tied for 6th on the team … Injured for the first two games, he made his career debut against #18 Colgate, recording his first career point with an assist … Scored his first career goal against #14 Yale … Contributed an assist on a goal that gave Brown a 1-0 lead in a 5-2 win over New Hampshire … Registered his second career goal against Colgate … Scored his third goal of the year to get Brown on the board against Dartmouth … Earned his first career power-play point with an assist during a 2-2 tie with Princeton … Scored Brown’s second goal in 69 seconds to bring the Bears to within 3-2 in game three of the ECAC First Round at Quinnipiac … One of 24 Bears named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic Team.
Before Brown: A two-sport athlete at Noble & Greenough, Harlow played hockey for four years and baseball for three … Awarded the Boston Bruins John Carlton Award, given annually to the most outstanding male and female student-athletes in Eastern Massachusetts in 2011 … Earned All-ISL honors as both a junior and a senior, finishing his career with 128 points (67g, 61a) in 106 games … Was also a two-time New England Prep All-Star … Capped his career as a senior captain with 47 points (26g, 21a) in 27 games, all career-highs … Earned 39 points (20g, 19a) as a junior and 37 (19g, 18a) as a sophomore, helping to lead Nobles to the Flood Marr Holiday Tournament Championship … Also played for the South Shore Kings, posting 23 points (8g, 15a) in 17 games in 2010 … Earned All-ISL honors as a second baseman for the baseball team in 2011 after earning a .372 batting average.
Personal: Matthew Joseph Harlow is the son of Scott and Jill Harlow of Bridgewater, Massachusetts … Born in 1992 … Matt has one sister, Jessica … Father, Scott, is a former All-American hockey player (Boston College ’86) and is the current head coach of the South Shore Kings … Father was also a 1982 draft selection (3rd round, 61st overall) of the Montreal Canadians and played professionally for six years … Interests: Baseball, Working out … Concentration: Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizations.
Harlow's Career Highs
Goals: 2, vs. Colgate (3/2/13)
Assists: 3, vs. AIC (12/30/12)
Points: 3, 2x, last vs. Colgate (3/2/13)
PPG: 1, 2x, last vs. Colgate (3/2/13)
Shots: 5, 2x, last vs. Princeton (2/2/13)
Blocked Shots: 4, vs. Yale (2/12/13)
Faceoff Wins: 5, vs. Clarkson (11/10/12)
Faceoff Winning %: .715, vs. Clarkson (11/10/12)
|Harlow's Career Stats|