The men's lacrosse team could not clinch an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament after falling to Penn Sunday afternoon, 7-5.
The men's lacrosse team, which advanced to the Ivy League Tournament Championship game on Friday night, secures a bid to the NCAA Tournament with a win over Penn on Sunday.
The men's lacrosse team, shown here in earlier action, was unable to clinch a bid to the NCAA Tournament after losing to Penn on Sunday afternoon.
The men's lacrosse team secures a bid to the NCAA Tournament with a win over Penn on Sunday.
Members of Divest Harvard, including Brett A. Roche '15, far right, who was arrested during a protest Wednesday morning, returned to Massachusetts Hall Friday afternoon to renew their call for an open meeting with the Harvard Corporation.
Governor Deval Patrick ‘78 speaks about generational responsibility and politics in Winthrop Junior Common Room on Monday.
Junior goaltender Jake Gambitsky, pictured above in earlier action, recorded five saves in the fourth quarter while allowing only one goal as the Crimson captured its first Ivy League title since 1990.
Sophomore attacker Devin Dwyer ranked in the top 10 in the nation for assists, and spearheaded the Crimson’s offensive production. Dwyer led Long Island’s Garden City to an undefeated season in his senior year.
Sophomore defenseman Stephen Jahelka is among the defensive corp that has paved the men’s lacrosse team’s path to the postseason.
Co-captain Kyle Larrow, shown here in previous action, registered two hits in Tuesday’s doubleheader. A pair of big innings for the Dartmouth offense —a nine-run sixth in the first game and a four-run fifth in the rubber contest—sent the Crimson to two losses in its final games of the season.
Freshman attacker Marisa Romeo, shown here in previous action, had three goals in a double-overtime loss against No. 15 Penn.
The Harvard men's lacrosse team saw its longest conference winning streak since 1998 in its overtime loss to Penn.
Co-captain Peter Schwartz tallied three goals in the Crimson's final nonconference matchup. Harvard outlasted BU, 14-9, in Tuesday night's game.