Men's Lacrosse

Seeing Red: Harvard Men's Lacrosse's 10-8 Comeback over Cornell, the Game of the Year

The Harvard men’s lacrosse team pulled off a comeback victory against No. 4 Cornell that altered the trajectory of its season, put it back in contention for a spot in the Ivy Tournament, and proved that despite not performing to the same level as last year, that the team did indeed deserve to be lauded amongst the other top schools in the nation.

First Year, First Line: Teddy Malone, Male Rookie of the Year

Showing grit and determination throughout a highly-anticipated season, first-year attackman Teddy Malone made an instant impact on the Harvard men’s lacrosse team.

Perry Good

Sophomore middie Andrew Perry runs with the ball in Harvard's game against Cornell last Saturday. Perry was an instrumental player, locking in four points with three goals and one assist in the game.

St. Barnard

The Harvard men's lacrosse team runs to its goalie, junior Christian Barnard, who made a career-high of 16 saves in net. In a highly anticipated game, the Crimson upset Cornell 10-8.

In Tough Ending, Harvard Men's Lacrosse Falls to Yale, Ending 2022-23 Season

In a season that was highly touted by the lacrosse community as being a breakout for the Harvard men’s lacrosse team, the young squad finished decisively lower in the ranking than was expected. Despite building on the young team led by mostly first-years in the 2022 season, the Crimson was unable to make a repeat NCAA tournament appearance.

Long Live the King

Sophomore Sam King tussles for the ball with a Bulldog in a season-ending matchup against Yale on Apr. 29. Though King scored its 100th point of the season, the offensive effort couldn't stop Yale, who beat Harvard 14-11.

Loring Me In

Senior Nick Loring cradles the ball in Harvard's last game of its 2022-23 season against Yale. Despite a comeback in the fourth quarter, the Crimson was not able to score enough on the Bulldogs, losing 14-11.

Harvard Fails to Pull Off Another Ivy Upset, Loses to Penn 15-9

Despite coming back from a three goal deficit to end the first half tied 5-5, a game that appeared to at first parallel the squad’s three-goal-down comeback against No. 4 Cornell, the Crimson squad was unable to pull off a second consecutive underdog victory, falling to the No. 18 Penn Quakers 15-9. Despite Harvard’s ability to even the score, the Quakers created a definitive four-goal lead in the third quarter that ultimately set the tone for the rest of play. The next two games against RV/No. 20 Princeton and RV/No. 19 Yale will be critical in determining Harvard’s fate in securing a place in the Ivy and NCAA Tournaments.

Teddy Bear

First-year attack Teddy Malone launches a pass in Harvard men's lacrosse's Apr. 8 upset of Cornell last Saturday. Malone locked in one goal for the game and has the second-highest number of points this season.

Find a Perry Pick it Up

Sophomore middie Andrew Perry runs with the ball in Harvard's game against Cornell last Saturday. Perry was an instrumental player, locking in four points with three goals and one assist in the game.

The Sweet Taste of Victory: Harvard Men's Lacrosse Upsets Cornell, 10-8

Raucous cheers erupted from the 2,455 spectators around Jordan Field Saturday afternoon as the Harvard men’s lacrosse team defended its home turf against No. 4 Cornell in a huge 10-8 upset. The underdog team played lockdown defense and the stellar performance was not lost on viewers as the win resulted in a sweep of the weekly Ivy League honors.

Keep Your Eye on the Ball

A Harvard men's lacrosse player runs with the ball in the Crimson's March 21 game against Boston University, at which Harvard lost 15-11. The Crimson are 4-4, and will next take on No. 4 Cornell this Saturday at 12:00 p.m. on Jordan Field.

Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Breaks Losing Streak with 14-10 Win Over Colgate

The Harvard men’s lacrosse team bounced back from a disappointing week of performances with a win against Colgate on Saturday, breaking its two-game losing streak. The team looked much more confident against the Raiders, building a decisive lead through the first three quarters of play.

Back to the Drawing Board: Harvard's Men's Lacrosse Squad Struggles to Find Success

The Harvard men's lacrosse team suffered two losses this past week: the first to Charles River rival Boston University and the second to Ivy League compatriot Dartmouth. Both games were monumental for the record book as the win on Tuesday marked BU’s first upset over the Crimson since 2017 and the win on Saturday marked Dartmouth’s first victory in the Ivy League since 2015; the game broke a 35-game drought for the Big Green within the competitive league.

Huddle Up

Members of the Harvard men's lacrosse squad huddle at its game against Boston University in Boston, Mass. The Crimson will next travel to Hamilton, N.Y. to play Colgate University on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. EST.

The King's Ransom

Sophomore attacker Sam King tussles with a Boston University player in Harvard's battle against the Terriers on March 21, when the Crimson lost 15-11. King leads the team in the number of goals scored at 20.

Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Wins Ivy League Opener in OT Thriller against Brown

With 18 seconds left on the clock in a tight game that had gone back-and-forth for the entire 60 minutes, Harvard men’s lacrosse head coach Gerry Byrne called a timeout to draw one last play to tie the game and send his Crimson squad into an overtime battle against the Brown Bears.

King of the Bears

Sophomore attackman Sam King sets up the Harvard offense against Brown on Saturday.

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