The Harvard men's volleyball team secured its first-ever EIVA postseason win with a 3-2 victory over George Mason on April 25.
Coach Brian Baise led the Harvard men's volleyball team to a program record-tying 18 wins.
The Harvard men's volleyball team snapped Penn State's 51-game conference win streak on Feb. 15.
With an upset of No. 9 Penn State and a postseason win over George Mason, the Harvard men's volleyball team put together the best season in its program's history.
Crimson break Nittany Lions' 51-game winning streak.
Led by sophomore outside hitter DJ White, who had a team-best 239 kills in 2013, the Harvard men’s volleyball team finished with an 18-9 record on the season, highlighted by an upset of No. 9 Penn State.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team got its first ever postseason win in a thrilling five-set semifinal matchup with George Mason in the EIVA playoffs.
In his sixth season at the helm, Brian Baise led the men’s volleyball team to the EIVA finals for the first time in the program’s history.
By the end of the night, every time Peter Russell went for an attack, it felt inevitable that it would garner another point for Penn State. Led by the junior outside hitter, Penn State defeated Harvard, 3-0, in the Crimson’s first ever EIVA finals appearance.
As the saying goes, revenge is a dish best served cold, and it was a dish the Harvard men’s volleyball team whipped up Thursday night, fighting back from a late deficit to take down George Mason, 3-2, in the EIVA semifinals.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team launched itself into the finals of the EIVA tournament after a dramatic comeback win against George Mason. The Crimson will take on No. 14 Penn State for the championship.
As the men’s volleyball team (17-8, 10-4 EIVA) heads towards the postseason, The Back Page takes a look back at some of the important numbers from the team’s regular season.
After finishing the season strong, the Harvard men’s volleyball team will challenge George Mason on Thursday night in the first round of the EIVA conference tournament.
In the final game of the regular season, the Harvard men’s volleyball team recorded its 11th sweep of the year and locked up the three seed in the EIVA postseason tournament. The Crimson (17-7, 10-4 EIVA) traveled to Sacred Heart on Saturday afternoon to face the Pioneers (4-19, 2-12). Coming into the weekend, the third and fourth seeds were still up for grabs in the EIVA Championship tournament. With the fourth seed having to play the 14th best team in the nation—Penn State—the difference between placing third or fourth was made even starker.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team struggled initially on Friday night, playing conference foe New Jersey Institute of Technology into five games. But the squad suddenly turned it on at the very end of the contest, seizing a victory, 3-2, amidst come-backs from deficits in both the overall match and individual games.