After the Crimson claimed victory this past weekend in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament and came just shy of earning an Associated Press Top 25 ranking earlier this week, interest in the team is at an all-time high.
Harvard’s big wins in the tournament have raised expectations for the quickly maturing team. Its recent success has raised questions about whether the Crimson (7-0) will be able to maintain this level of success the rest of the way, but it will certainy be fun to watch.
Harvard faces Seattle (4-2) on Saturday, Dec. 4, at Lavietes and takes to the road to face No. 8 Connecticut (6-1) on Thursday, Dec. 8. The Crimson will return to Boston to face Boston University (3-4) at Agganis Arena on Sunday, Dec. 11.
Tickets for Saturday’s home contest against Seattle are available at the Murr Center and are free for undergraduate students upon presentation of a valid HUID. As with all home games, remaining tickets will also be made available at the entrance of Lavietes an hour before game time.
For fans wishing to travel with the team, the Harvard Athletic Department will be sponsoring a fan bus to next Sunday’s matchup against Boston University. The bus will travel to and from Boston University’s Agganis Arena as well as supply pizza for fan bus passengers. More information can be found on the “Fan Bus to Boston University” facebook event page:
The trip to Storrs is a bit longer, and it is unlikely whether the athletic department will be providing a bus for what may be Harvard’s first game while ranked in the top 25. Tickets for the highly-anticipated game can be purchased online from StubHub.