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Stinks to BU: Game of the Year

Three career games from three of the team’s most important players would bode well for any squad, but as it turned out, the Crimson would need every bit of individual brilliance from Anderson, Cheek, and Cuccurullo, and then some, on that chilly March night at Harvard Stadium.

A True Student-Athlete
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Strides in Tandem

Morgan Cheek and Robert Shaw have played with each other for longer than their four-year stint at Harvard.

A True Student-Athlete
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A True Student-Athlete

Shaw has excelled on and off the field at Harvard. A computer science concentrator, Shaw was lauded by his head coach Chris Wojcik for maintaining both a high level of play in goal as well as a high GPA throughout his time at the university.

Walking on to the Record Books
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Walking on to the Record Books

Shaw originally joined the team as a preferred walk-on, making his 40 starts and over 500 saves even more impressive considering he had to beat out multiple scholarship goalies for the starting job his sophomore season.

Cheek Dynasty
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Cheek Dynasty

Cheek, whose mother Charlotte Joslin ’90 was the first female athlete in Ivy League history to receive First Team All-Ivy honors in three sports, is succeeded by his brothers Watson and Hayden, who will be a junior and a freshman on the team next year, respectively.

Seen It All
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Seen It All

Cheek credits his time playing box lacrosse after high school with helping him develop many of the skills he utilized so well throughout his collegiate career.

New Kid on the Block
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New Kid on the Block

Freshman midfielder Kyle Salvatore saw action in 11 games this season, tallying seven goals.

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Net Gain

The Crimson delivered 33 shots on goal against BU, with senior midfielder Joe Lang responsible for five shots. Lang missed just one of those attempts and added five assists in the victory.

Harvard Men's Lacrosse vs. Princeton
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Harvard Men's Lacrosse vs. Princeton

Despite their efforts to rally back from a 10-5 deficit at the start of the 4th quarter, the men’s lacrosse team fell to Princeton 15-10 on Saturday, dropping to 2-3 in Ivy League play.

Over the Shoulder
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Over the Shoulder

Men's lacrosse put up 57 shots against Princeton, but only 10 of them found the back of the net.

Over the Shoulder
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Men's Lacrosse Falls Short in Comeback Attempt

With a possible spot in the Ivy tournament on the line and the seniors playing in their final home games at Harvard Stadium, the Crimson certainly had no shortage of motivation. The only question was whether there was enough time.

Cat's in the Cradle
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Cat's in the Cradle

Freshman Charlie Olmert cradles the ball and turns upfield in a recent contest against Boston University.

Cat's in the Cradle
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Men's Lacrosse Overpowered in Second Half, Loses Third Straight

The Harvard and Penn men’s lacrosse teams both entered Saturday’s contest in Philadelphia, Penn., looking to break out of weeks-long funks. With the calendar inching towards May, when the conference tournament takes place in New York, every loss was becoming more and more costly.

New Kid on the Block
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New Kid on the Block

The Crimson has seen some key contributions from its freshman class this year, from players like Kyle Salvatore (48). Salvatore picked up his first career hat trick in the win over Dartmouth last month.

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VIDEO RECAP: Men's Lacrosse Overtime Victory vs. BU, Mar. 20

​Highlights of the late-game comeback win against BU, as well as post-game thoughts from Coach Chris Wojcik '96.

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