Women's Water Polo
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Despite a strong start to the 2014 season, the Harvard women’s water polo team could not continue its winning ways towards the end of the campaign, finishing 15-20 overall and 2-3 in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Southern Division.
The Harvard women’s water polo team saw its season come to an end this weekend at the CWPA Championship. The team entered the tournament as the seventh seed and came in seventh place overall.
On Saturday at Blodgett Pool, the Crimson (14-18, 3-3 CWPA South) won its first round game against George Washington, 12-3, before falling to No. 9 Princeton, 14-3, in the division semifinal. On Sunday, Bucknell beat Harvard, 9-6, in the third-place consolation match.
Wrapping up its regular season at Bucknell, the Harvard women’s water polo team dropped two contests to Brown and the Bison before defeating Mercyhurst.
Despite a strong first period, the Crimson (12-14, 1-1 CWPA) was unable to keep up with Brown (14-12, 2-0), losing to the Bears by a final score of 13-9.
In the opening game of its conference season and its first match played on the East Coast since spring break, the Harvard women’s water polo team was able to fight to a victory against George Washington.
The Harvard women's water polo team ended its spring break trip with losses to No. 2 UCLA and No. 16 UC Santa Barbara.
In the second leg of its 10-game California road trip, the Harvard women’s water polo team split four games Wednesday and Thursday, returning the team’s record to .500.
The Harvard women’s water polo team began its ten game California road trip this weekend in a shaky fashion, dropping three out of four games to top ranked teams.
While many of their classmates will head home to relax over spring break, the Harvard women’s water polo players will travel across the country to California for 11 games, all of which will be against schools from the Golden State.
Hosting some of the best teams in the nation, the Harvard women’s water polo team had some trouble against top-ranked opponents this weekend at the Harvard Invite. The Crimson went 1-3 on the weekend against the stiff competition.
Harvard managed only two goals in the second half after scoring seven in the first stanza on the road against the undefeated Tigers.
In the first home games of its 2014 campaign, the Harvard women’s water polo team (7-2) was able to build on its winning record behind strong performances from younger players. After dropping the first Saturday contest to Wagner, the Crimson came back with three straight wins against Sienna, Villanova, and Iona to close out the weekend.
Sophomore attacker Yoshi Andersen scored eight goals for the Harvard women's water polo team on Saturday.
In its second weekend of competition, the Harvard women’s water polo team (4-1) headed south to take on a trio of opponents at this year’s Princeton Invite. The Crimson came out strong with back-to-back wins to open the weekend before suffering the first loss of its season in the final game of the tournament.