In its last nonconference matchup of the season, the men's lacrosse team was able to narrowly get past the Terriers to pick up a 9-8 win.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team is in a precarious position. Having started with immensely high preseason expectations, and rising as high as 10th in the national polls, the team has now lost four straight games and is in danger of not making the Ivy League tournament, its only legitimate shot at a postseason berth.
By the end of the first quarter of the No. 15/16 Harvard mens lacrosse team’s game against No. 2/2 UNC in Chapel Hill on Tuesday night, the Tar Heels had already run away to a 5-0 lead.
Junior attackman Devin Dwyer tied the Crimson's all-time single-game marks in assists (eight) and points (12) in Harvard's 20-9 win in Worcester.
With snow piled high on the winter streets of Cambridge, the No. 13/10 Harvard men’s lacrosse team traveled south to Durham, N.C., but did not find a warm reception waiting for them from No. 6/6 Duke. Strong shooting helped propel the defending national champions stretch a two-goal halftime lead into seven-goal margin of victory, 21-14.
Harvard turned it around to win both games and emerge with a split 2-2 record for the tournament.
The Harvard men’s water polo team started its season off on a high note this weekend, winning all three of its games at the Princeton Invitational and living up to its ranking as the 19th-best team in the country.
The men's lacrosse team won its first regular season conference title since 1990 and went into the Ivy League tournament as the top seed and host.
At halftime against Cornell, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team was tied, 6-6, with the then-No. 2 Big Red. But this was not just halftime for the game. This was the halftime for the season.
With its late-season surge, Harvard seized the regular season conference title and finished its 2013 campaign with an overall record of 18-14 and a home record of 7-1 at Blodgett.
The No. 13 Crimson received an at-large bid and will play the No. 5 Fighting Irish on Saturday in South Bend, Ind.
The winner of Sunday’s championship game will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament as the Ivy League representative. Win, and you’re in.
With an 11-10 victory over Ivy League rival Yale on Saturday, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team finished its regular season with possession of the Ancient Eight title.
In the biggest games of the season, the defense has stepped up and exerted a level of control over the game that has not been seen from a Harvard team in recent years.
With only five minutes remaining in the Harvard men’s lacrosse team’s game against Princeton, the Crimson held on to a 9-8 lead by only a thread.