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Harvard traveled to the nation’s capital to face off against the Hoyas on Georgetown’s home turf on Saturday afternoon. The Crimson took down the Hoyas, 15-7.
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The Crimson (2-2) struggled in the first two periods, but turned it around in the second half to escape with a 10-8 win at Soldiers Field Lacrosse Stadium.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team fell short against a powerful University of Albany offense on Saturday afternoon as two brothers combined for more goals than the entire Crimson roster.
It was all Crimson, all game as the Harvard men’s lacrosse team (1-1, 0-0 Ivy) defeated Holy Cross (0-3, 0-1 Patriot League), 17-9, for its first win of the season.
Senior midfielder Peter Schwartz, seen here in prior action, notched two goals for the Crimson in Harvard's 8-4 loss to UMass.
Harvard (0-1) was able to keep the score close, but the Minutemen were eventually able to separate and run away with the victory, 8-4.
With the fourth round draft choice, Eipp became the fifth player in Harvard program history to be drafted by an MLL team.
The stage was set Tuesday night at the Soldiers Field Lacrosse Stadium for a game of international merit, as the Harvard men’s lacrosse team took on Team England for a fall exhibition game.
We have hit the middle of October, and it is finally starting to feel like fall. The temperatures are dropping and the leaves are changing colors, making it very easy for you to tell which of your classmates are not from the New England area.
Hampered by tough losses throughout the season, the men’s lacrosse team missed the postseason for the second straight year.
Highly regarded lacrosse recruit Devin Dwyer stars in first season for the Crimson.
Sophomore Murphy Vandervelde sunk an overtime goal to propel Harvard men’s lacrosse past then-No. 16 Penn before being mobbed by teammates.
In a tightly contested battle with then-No. 10/12 Duke, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team came up just short in the final minutes, losing 12-11. That would be the story of its season as five of the squad’s eight losses were by two goals or fewer. The Crimson also narrowly missed out on an Ivy playoff spot.
The 1913 Harvard men's lacrosse team. Row 1: See, Eaton, Gustafon, Conant, Conway, Onthank, Lincoln, Nightingale. Row 2: Long, Abbe, Simmons, Beatley, Churchill, Brock. Row 3: Catton, Lucas, Wilson, Brundage, Hallock.