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Despite a big start to the second half, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team (3-4, 1-1 Ivy) dropped a game to a visiting Stanford squad (5-1) on Friday night.
In its second Ivy League game of the season, Harvard (3-3, 1-1 Ivy) fell to No. 13 Princeton (6-1, 2-0), 17-12, on Saturday afternoon in Princeton, NJ.
Sophomore Megan Hennessey, pictured in earlier action, notched a hat-trick against Stetson on Tuesday.
Two sophomore players notched hat-tricks for Harvard in the 17-5 Crimson win.
After taking a 7-5 lead headed into halftime against the fifth-ranked team in the nation, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team (2-2) saw Syracuse (7-2) power its way back into the game to take the contest, 11-10.
After heading into halftime down a single goal, Harvard capitalized on a second period momentum swing to edge out Columbia by four goals, 13-9, to notch its first Ivy League win.
Harvard fell to No. 8 Virginia in Charlottesville, Va., on Tuesday night. Although the teams headed into halftime tied, 5-5, the Cavaliers outscored the Crimson 8-4 in the second frame to clinch the victory, 13-9.
In its season opener, the women's lacrosse team put together an offensive effort good enough to tally its first win of the season.
Coming off of a 2013 season that saw the team win just three games, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team improved its record greatly in 2014, going 9-7 and gaining a berth in the Ivy League Tournament for the first time in two years.
With 3.5 seconds remaining in regulation and down one goal to Penn, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team seemed to be nearing the end of its season.
In a game which saw both teams go on scoring streaks in the first half before experiencing some difficulty scoring in the second stanza, the Crimson (9-6, 4-3 Ivy) suffered a tough 9-8 loss to the Big Green (6-8, 3-4) on Senior Night.
In one of its most important games of the season, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team survived a tough challenge from one of the Ivy League’s bottom dwellers to clinch a spot in this year’s Ivy League Tournament for the third time in the program’s history.
Sophomore midfielder Audrey Todd scored a career-high four goals to lead the Harvard women’s lacrosse team past Boston University.
Freshman attacker Marisa Romeo, shown here in previous action, had three goals in a double-overtime loss against No. 15 Penn.