Mired in a four game skid, the Harvard men's lacrosse team looks to bounce back against perennial powerhouse Cornell.
With a young team, the Crimson looked to its early games for experience before Ivies.
Sophomore attacker Marisa Romeo has played a key role so far this season.
Infield Jake McGuiggan is second on the Crimson with 31 hits this season. The senior also has two home runs.
Sophomore pitcher Taylor Cabe has shown strides in her second season with Harvard, tossing over 50 innings already this year.
The Crimson has high expectations for Ivies with the core of last year's roster back.
After splitting two regular season contests against Quinnipiac, the Crimson and Bobcats will go head-to-head for a third time in the ECAC semifinals.
Harvard junior forward Mary Parker is one of 13 skaters in the Crimson-BC matchup that hails from the same high school hockey league.
Game 1 was a regular season matchup, which Boston College won in a 10-2 blowout. Game 2 was the Beanpot Final, which the Crimson took, 3-2. Game 3 will be in the NCAA semifinals, which are set for Friday at 9 p.m. in Minneapolis.