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Women’s Lacrosse Loses 16-8 Against Rival No. 10 Yale

This past Saturday, the No. 22 Harvard women's lacrosse team (9-3, 3-2 Ivy) traveled to New Haven to face off against the No. 10 Yale Bulldogs. The Crimson looked to continue its winning momentum after decisively defeating Cornell last week. However, Harvard could not withstand the pressure of Yale’s aggressive and speedy defense, falling 16-8 to its Ivy League rival.

Dominant Set of Wins for Women's Lacrosse

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team stepped out to dominate on a beautiful Saturday matchup this previous week against Dartmouth. The Crimson were led by a six goal stellar performance from senior captain and attacker Riley Campbell, who was awarded this week’s Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week for her efforts.

Women’s Lacrosse Sees Tight Loss to Duke, 15-13, Bounces Back Against High Point, 22-5

The Harvard women's lacrosse team (5-1, 1-0 Ivy) competed in two away games this past week. Despite the team’s first loss of the season, 15-13 to the Duke Blue Devils (4-3), the Crimson returned from North Carolina after an explosive 22-5 win against the High Point Panthers (4-3) in the two teams’ first ever matchup.

Women’s Lacrosse Clinches 18-17 Comeback Victory Against No. 24 Brown

After an explosive 4-0 start to the season, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team (4-0, 1-0 Ivy) opened Ivy League play on Jordan Field on Saturday with an exciting 18-17 comeback victory against the No. 24 Brown Bears (3-1, 0-1 Ivy).

Women's Lacrosse Topples Colgate 21-6

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team charged into the 2024 season with an emphatic 21-6 victory over the Colgate Raiders. The win on Jordan field was quarterbacked by last season’s leading scorer, senior attacker Callie Hem. The attacker posted an astounding seven goal, career high, game.

Women’s Lacrosse Looks to Start Hot at the Frosty Face Off

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team approaches the 2024 season looking to build on its solid performance last season, which saw the squad finish third place in the Ivy League. With strong performances against Yale, Columbia, and Dartmouth, and two near losses to the Ivy League 2023 Tournament Champions, the Penn Quakers, the Crimson is set to return for the 2024 season with a hunger to improve upon last year’s success.

Harvard Dominates Columbia on 2023 Senior Day

In the penultimate game of its 2023 regular season, Harvard women’s lacrosse left nothing on the table. The Crimson defeated Columbia 19-4 with nine different goal-scorers. The dynamic duo of junior attackers Callie Hem and Riley Campbell led the pack with five and four goals, respectively.

Upsetting the Historic Rival: Harvard Women’s Lacrosse Downs the Bulldogs 10-9

This weekend, the historic Harvard-Yale clash ended with an emphatic Crimson victory in a game that did not disappoint. The Bulldogs and the Crimson both came into this matchup with five wins in their last six games, making this a pivotal match for both sides.

Harvard Women's Lacrosse Defeats Cornell in OT, Rolls into Final Three Games of Regular Season

With six wins in their last seven games, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team is hitting its stride. The Crimson picked up its first Ivy League win last Saturday, beating Dartmouth 13-11. The streak rolled on in a Tuesday matchup against Stonehill College, which the Crimson won 13-6. Today, the Crimson defeated Cornell 13-12 in double overtime.

A Turning Point: Harvard Women's Lacrosse Wins Three of Last Four Match-Ups, Hitting Midseason Stride

After a difficult start to the season, the Crimson has hit pace with three wins in its past four games. A strong starter to spring break, the Crimson traveled to Worcester, Mass. to play Holy Cross and notched its first win on the season with a 15-12 scoreline. Familiar standouts, the junior pair of attackers Riley Campbell and Callie Hem, led the attacking domination with four goals each on the day.