The road can be a merciless, unforgiving place. The Harvard baseball team has found that out the hard way.
Staller calmly stared down his opponent, No. 1 Max Stearns of Ohio State, and defeated him 15-13 for the upset victory.
The Crimson victory over the Bears marks its fifth win over its Ivy League rival out of six total meetings over the past three seasons.
Harvard (8-5) faced two ranked opponents, No. 12 San Jose State and the Tigers, in the first two games of the tournament, in addition to Bucknell and Iona later on.
With a sudden-death overtime win over Iona, Harvard women’s water polo wrapped up a perfect weekend at the MAAC/East Challenge in Princeton, NJ.
The Cameroonian has been an integral part of Harvard’s inside game this season, providing strong post defense and showing flashes of his athletic offensive skills.
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When Harvard needed it most against ECAC rivals, Jill Dempsey proved to be the spark to the offensive engine.