Harvard 10, Yale 2
The Crimson was able to showcase its depth against the Bulldogs with some quick shooting and a relentless defense in their 10-2 win over Yale.
Thirty seconds into the first quarter, Mike Crosby began the scoring attack. Crosby was followed up by Crimson sophomore Istvan Zollei, who powered past the Bulldogs for a goal of his own. Zollei would add another goal against Yale and Crosby scored once more in the first quarter and bagged two more in the second.
Freshman driver Henry Stern scored early in the second, and made room for classmate David Stahl, who scored on a pass from junior Charlie Cromwell.
Senior driver Josh Bleisath then turned the second half into his personal showcase.
The second half of the game showcased senior driver Josh Bleisath--
A freshman walk-on as a goalie, Bleisath started in net his sophomore season. He was converted to driver last year, but against the Eli's, his old experience paid off.
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