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The Harvard men's lacrosse team saw its longest conference winning streak since 1998 in its overtime loss to Penn.
A two-goal lead never seemed so small, as the No. 17 Harvard men’s lacrosse team watched its victory slip away to No. 11 Penn on Saturday afternoon.
Co-captain Peter Schwartz tallied three goals in the Crimson's final nonconference matchup. Harvard outlasted BU, 14-9, in Tuesday night's game.
The Crimson, which has yet to drop a home game this season, faced the new Boston University program at Harvard Stadium, defeating the Terriers 14-9.
Harvard has had a varsity men’s lacrosse team for over a century, while Boston University has had one for under a year.
The senior won 20 of 26 faceoffs in the Crimson's 14-9 victory over the Big Red.
The senior midfielder helped secure 20 of 26 faceoffs and led his team to arguably one of the biggest wins in program history, snapping a nine-game losing streak to the Big Red.
Sophomore attackman Will Walker, shown here in previous action, scored four goals in Ithaca on Saturday and leads the Harvard men's lacrosse team in scoring.
The Harvard men's lacrosse team handed the Big Red its first loss of the season with a 6-1 surge in the third quarter.
Harvard (5-4, 2-0 Ivy) and the Big Red (9-0, 3-0) enter the match as the two remaining undefeated teams in Ivy League play.
The Blue Devils came ready to play from the outset at Koskinen Stadium, jumping out to an early lead and continuing on to win, 17-11.
Sophomore Will Walker, pictured above in previous action, leads the team with 18 goals on the season.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team continued its perfect start to Ivy League play and defeated Dartmouth, 16-7, on Saturday afternoon at Harvard Stadium.
After a tight first half that ended with the Crimson trailing, 6-5, the Tar Heels scored four goals in the opening six minutes of the second stanza to seize a five goal lead.
Despite ending the first 30 minutes of play tied with the Bears, the Crimson ultimately ended the match with a 16-10 win, outscoring the visitors eight to two in the final half of play.