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The men's lacrosse team won its first regular season conference title since 1990 and went into the Ivy League tournament as the top seed and host.
After back surgery in the August prior to his junior year, Jake Gambitsky returned to the Harvard men’s lacrosse team before the 2014 season as a better goaltender and a better leader.
Sophomore Devin Dwyer of the Harvard men’s lacrosse team came into the 2014 campaign as the reigning All-New England Rookie of the Year. Despite the target on his back, the attackman only gotten better this season, despite teams focusing their defenses on stopping him.
At halftime against Cornell, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team was tied, 6-6, with the then-No. 2 Big Red. But this was not just halftime for the game. This was the halftime for the season.
Thanks to his ability to empathize with the players and his talent for recruiting, coach Chris Wojcik ’96 led the Harvard lacrosse program to new heights in the 2014 season.
Nine of the 22 players who started a game for the Crimson this season hail from Long Island.
Junior goalie Jake Gambitsky, pictured above in previous action, recorded a season-low five saves on Saturday as the Crimson fell to Notre Dame, 13-5.
In its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2006, the Harvard men's lacrosse team fell behind early to Notre Dame, and could not recover.
Sophomore midfielder Sean McDonagh, shown here in previous action, and the Harvard men’s lacrosse team will travel to South Bend, Ind. this Saturday to take on Notre Dame in the NCAA Tournament. The Crimson received an at-large bid after falling to Penn in the Ivy League championship.
The No. 13 Crimson received an at-large bid and will play the No. 5 Fighting Irish on Saturday in South Bend, Ind.
The men's lacrosse team could not clinch an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament after falling to Penn Sunday afternoon, 7-5.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team played well on Sunday afternoon, but unfortunately for the Crimson, Penn played just a little bit better.
A final spurt of defensive effort made all the difference in the Harvard men’s lacrosse game Friday night. The Crimson (10-5, 5-1 Ivy) battled Yale (9-5, 3-3) for the second time this week, but this time a bid in the Ivy League tournament final was up for grabs. This time around, No. 1-seed Harvard topped the No. 4-seed Bulldogs, 10-9, at Harvard Stadium.
The men's lacrosse team, which advanced to the Ivy League Tournament Championship game on Friday night, secures a bid to the NCAA Tournament with a win over Penn on Sunday.
The winner of Sunday’s championship game will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament as the Ivy League representative. Win, and you’re in.