Men's Water Polo
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It may not have come out on top at the end of the day, but the Harvard men’s water polo team had a lot to be pleased with this weekend.
Though the team would ultimately fall to St. Francis, Harvard (19-7, 7-4 CWPA) had many more scoring moments like these during their conference games in New York against St. Francis, Fordham, and Iona, taking two of three.
The Harvard men's water polo team, shown here in earlier action, notched two conference victories this weekend.
Saturday was Senior Day at Blodgett Pool as the Harvard men’s water polo team picked up two convincing victories in co-captain Max Murphy’s final pair of home contests.
The Harvard men's water polo team earned third place at the Ivy Championships after losing a triple-overtime nail-biter to Brown, followed by a win over Dartmouth.
To say the Harvard men’s water polo team’s loss to Brown on Sunday morning was close would be an understatement.
The Crimson, shown here in earlier action, recorded a 12-10 win over crosstown rivals MIT on Wednesday night.
In a close matchup between the cross-town rivals, the Crimson and the Engineers were tied with nine goals apiece going into the fourth period.
Despite coming away with a win in its second game of the weekend after losing to No. 13 Brown in the first, Harvard struggled on the defensive end and came away unsatisfied with its results.
The weekend was a mixed result with the Crimson splitting the four games that it played.
Harvard turned it around to win both games and emerge with a split 2-2 record for the tournament.
Junior 2-meter Ben Zepfel, shown above in previous action, notched four goals on Sunday to lead Harvard past Bucknell. The team went 3-0 on the weekend.
The Harvard men’s water polo team started its season off on a high note this weekend, winning all three of its games at the Princeton Invitational and living up to its ranking as the 19th-best team in the country.