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Phil Delamater

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Men's Lacrosse Falls Short in Comeback Attempt at Princeton

Despite mounting a valiant fourth quarter comeback on Friday, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team failed to dig itself out of a significant early hole against Princeton. The Crimson outscored the Tigers, 4-0, in the final period but fell just short, dropping a 12-11 decision.

Men's Lacrosse Snaps Losing Skid in Nail-Biter With No. 8/6 Big Red

After a Cornell goal with 40 seconds left threatened to send the game into overtime, junior attackman Devin Dwyer picked off a pass intended for Big Red defenseman Jordan Stevens moments later and scored to seal the Crimson's first Ivy League win of the season.

No. 10/13 Men's Lacrosse Taken Down By Brown

While Harvard went into halftime with a slim 6-5 advantage, Brown used a 3-1 third quarter to take a one-goal lead into the final frame. The Bears scored four goals in the last 4:11 to turn a slim 10-8 margin into a comfortable victory.

No. 13/16 Men's Lacrosse Races Out to Early Lead, Downs Penn State

The No. 13/16 Harvard men’s lacrosse team jumped on Penn State early, scoring four straight goals to open Saturday’s matchup at Soldier’s Field Lacrosse Stadium. The Crimson never trailed at any point en route to a 12-9 victory over the visiting Nittany Lions.

Women's Soccer Tops Princeton, 5-4

With the score knotted at 4-4 in the 81st minute, sophomore forward Midge Purce converted a penalty kick for the winning goal as the women’s soccer team outlasted Princeton, 5-4, in a wild back-and-forth game on Saturday at Stevenson Field.

Women's Soccer Shuts Out Cornell

Harvard dominated the Big Red on a cold, rainy afternoon to keep its Ivy League unbeaten streak intact at 11 games and remain atop the league standings.