Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo

No. 14 Men's Water Polo Slots Two Victories in Successful Weekend

​No. 14 men’s water polo went a perfect 2-0 on the weekend, pulling out two victories in two very close games. Saturday afternoon, the Crimson defeated No. 15 Brown 11-10 in overtime. Its success rolled over into the second game of the day, defeating crosstown rival MIT 10-8. Harvard improved its record to 11-4 this season and 3-2 in conference play.

Judge, Jury, Executioner
Men's Water Polo

Judge, Jury, Executioner

Then-sophomore attacker Grayson Judge looks frantically for the open teammate as an MIT defender nears.

Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo Snags Three Victories at Princeton Invite

No. 10 Harvard Men’s water polo went three for three on the weekend, defeating east coast opponents No. 17 George Washington and Chapman on Saturday, and No. 16 Bucknell on Sunday at the annual Princeton Invite. The Crimson had a dominating Saturday performance, outscoring George Washington and Chapman by a combined total of 13 goals. Competition was tighter on Sunday as Harvard edged out Bucknell by only one goal.

JUDGE, JURY, EXECUTIONER
Men's Water Polo

JUDGE, JURY, EXECUTIONER

Now-junior attacker Grayson Judge fights off a defender before passing to a teammate in last year's match-up with MIT.

Summary Judgement
Men's Water Polo

Summary Judgement

Junior Grayson Judge controls the ball in Blodgett Pool. The attacker was one of seven players to score a first-half goal against McKendree.

Summary Judgement
Men's Water Polo

Strong Sunday Salvages Weekend for No. 10 Men's Water Polo

On Saturday, the Crimson hardly felt at home, dropping two games. But Harvard rebounded on Sunday with two wins to finish out the tournament.

Above Water
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Above Water

Sophomore attacker Grayson Judge winds up for a throw in an October match against MIT.

Spread Eagle
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Spread Eagle

Freshman goalie Nikhil Suri extends his arms to block a shot against MIT.

Above Water
Men's Water Polo

Still Kicking: Team of the Year, Runner-Up

Led by coach Ted Minnis and fifth-year star Noah Harrison, Harvard men's water polo made its first-ever trip to the Final Four.

Spread Eagle
Men's Water Polo

In the Deep End: Game of the Year, Runner-Up

With a Final Four berth on the line, the Crimson men's water polo pushed heavyweight UC Davis to overtime. Then the incredible happened.

Judgement Day
Men's Water Polo

Judgement Day

Sophomore Grayson Judge in action versus MIT.

Minnis at Rest
Men's Water Polo

Minnis Reaches New Heights: Coach of the Year

Coach Ted Minnis led both the men's and women's water polo teams to historic campaigns in 2016-2017.

Waves Don't Die
Men's Water Polo

Champagne for Super-Noah: Male Athlete of the Year

In his fifth year, Noah Harrison led men's water polo to the Final Four.

Waves Don't Die
Men's Water Polo

Waves Don't Die

Senior attacker Noah Harrison returned to lead the men's water polo team to its first-ever Final Four.

Nail in the Coffin
Men's Water Polo

Nail in the Coffin

Pictured here in action versus MIT, senior attacker Noah Harrison winds up. The senior finished the 2016 season with 86 goals.