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In 2013, Holy Cross nearly upset the Crimson in triple overtime. Returning their star quarterback, the Crusaders will look to challenge Harvard again on Friday night.
Harvard will face three nonconference opponents this weekend at the Benson Hospitality Invite. The Crimson will play North Carolina State on Friday before a Saturday double against Georgia and UNC Ashville.
After finishing the 2013 campaign on a strong note, the Crimson will look to carry its momentum into the new season.
This year, Harvard looks to capitalize on the momentum from the second half of the 2013 campaign.
Junior Jake Freeman, pictured cutting past Columbia defender Will Young in 2012, took a season away from the soccer pitch in 2013 but returns this fall aiming to continue the Crimson's success.
Despite losing All-Ivy performers in Ross Friedman ’14 and Kevin Harrington ’14, the team is confident that it can replace the graduated.
The No. 13 Crimson received an at-large bid and will play the No. 5 Fighting Irish on Saturday in South Bend, Ind.
Top-seeded Harvard will take on fourth-seeded Yale in a rematch of the game that clinched a share of the Ancient Eight regular season title for the Crimson, its first since 1990.
To become Ivy League champions for the first time since 1990, the men’s lacrosse team will have to put the past behind it and defeat the No. 13 Bulldogs on Saturday in New Haven.
The two teams met twice in the regular season, and both matches went the full five sets. Harvard emerged victorious both times, but this will be the first time the two programs have ever met in the playoffs.
Either the Crimson or the Big Green could clinch the North Division title this weekend.
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In conference play, Harvard will need more clutch hitting, especially if it hopes to overtake Dartmouth and Penn in the Ivy League standings.
Although the Harvard baseball team heads into Ivy League play with a losing record, the Crimson has clinched more victories in fewer games this season as compared to this time last year.