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After enjoying the uncharacteristic luxury of air travel en route to an EIVA matchup against George Mason in Washington, DC, the Harvard men’s volleyball team dominated from the moment that it stepped on the tarmac. By holding the Patriots to a .047 hitting efficiency, the Crimson earned a 3-1 victory and kept pace with second-place Princeton.
Although the Crimson rallied to claim the game and avoid the shutout, the visitors could not avert an eventual 3-1 loss to the Waves.
In its Wednesday return after an 11-day break, the Harvard men's volleyball team got back to its winning ways in a 3-1 victory over Springfield.
DJ White '15 blocks the ball on Saturday evening during the Harvard Men's Volleyball game versus Penn State. Penn beat Harvard 3-1.
DJ White finished the night with 14 kills on Saturday night, but it wasn't enough to tame the Nittany Lions
Despite entering Saturday having won eight of its last nine games, the Harvard men's volleyball team fell to first-place Penn State at the Malkin Athletic Center, 3-1.
After opening the weekend with a convincing win over St. Francis, the Crimson fell to league-leading Penn State at the Malkin Athletic Center on Sunday.
Senior Caleb Zimmick, shown here in previous action, led the charge for the Crimson in their defeat of George Mason with six blocks.
The Harvard men's volleyball team stepped up its play this week, putting together a showing that won the 2015 Hall of Fame Morgan Classic in Springfield, Mass.
After falling to the Tigers in a four-setter, No. 13 Harvard bounced back with a tight 3-1 victory over the Highlanders.
This Friday, the Harvard men’s volleyball team was truly a team of brothers, as the sibling combination of D.J. and Casey White led the No. 15 Crimson (5-3, 1-0 EIVA) to a 3-1 victory over Sacred Heart (2-5, 0-1) in Fairfield, Conn.
Behind season high 16 kills from senior co-captain DJ White, men's volleyball cruised to a three set sweep of MIT.
The Harvard men's volleyball team needed just six sets to beat Emmanuel and Alderson Broaddus this weekend.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team finished out the weekend at home with a split after losing to No. 11 IPFW in straight sets Saturday at the MAC.