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Men's Lacrosse

From the Sidelines: Kyle Mullin
Men's Lacrosse

From the Sidelines: Kyle Mullin

Male Rookie of the Year 1
Men's Lacrosse

Male Rookie of the Year 1

The Crimson plays against New Jersey Institute of Technology on Feb. 19, 2022 in first-year Sam King's first college in-season game. King was ranked as the 21st overall recruit in the nation by Inside Lacrosse upon his recruitment to Harvard.

Male Rookie of the Year 2
Men's Lacrosse

Male Rookie of the Year 2

Harvard men's lacrosse went against Dartmouth on March 26, 2022. In the matchup, King totaled nine points, six goals and three assists.

Male Rookie of the Year 1
Men's Lacrosse

King of the Castle: Sam King, Male Rookie of the Year

In his first year with the Crimson, attacker Sam King came in as a top-25 recruit, played a leading role in the team's success, and earned a 2022 All-Ivy Honorable Mention.

No Gaffes-ney
Men's Lacrosse

No Gaffes-ney

First-year attacker Owen Gaffney scouts downfield as he runs with the ball in a 19-16 comeback victory over Princeton on April 23. On May 15, Gaffney and the Crimson fell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the hands of No. 6 Rutgers, 19-9.

Mashownic
Men's Lacrosse

Mashownic

Senior attacker Austin Madronic awaits a pass in a 19-16 comeback victory over Princeton on April 23. On May 15, Madronic and the Crimson fell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the hands of No. 6 Rutgers, 19-9.

To The Tourney!
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To The Tourney!

Harvard men's lacrosse celebrates a 19-16 comeback victory over Princeton on April 23. On May 15, the Crimson fell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the hands of No. 6 Rutgers, 19-9.

To The Tourney!
Men's Lacrosse

Men's Lacrosse Ends Season with 19-9 Loss to No. 6 Rutgers in NCAA Tournament

On Sunday, May 15, the men's lacrosse team battled for the NCAA Tournament title for the first time since 2014. However, the young Crimson squad was unable to advance past the first round, falling to sixth-seeded Rutgers, 19-9.

Chin Up King!
Men's Lacrosse

Chin Up King!

Junior attacker Hayden Cheek (6), first-year attacker Sam King (7) and senior attacker Austin Madronic (33) celebrate during a 19-16 victory over Princeton on April 23. Last weekend, the Crimson came up one goal short against Yale in New Haven, Conn.

Oh No, You Olmert Had It!
Men's Lacrosse

Oh No, You Olmert Had It!

Senior midfielder Charlie Olmert cradles the ball during a 19-16 victory over Princeton on April 23. Despite his best efforts, Harvard fell just a game shy of the Ivy League tournament, falling to Yale by an overtime goal.

Oh No, You Olmert Had It!
Men's Lacrosse

"No Lead Was Safe": Men's Lacrosse Loses Overtime Heartbreaker, 17-16, at Yale

Saturday marked the end of a great regular season run for the No. 12 men’s lacrosse team, with a narrow defeat against archrival No. 9 Yale, which won on an overtime score from veteran midfielder Thomas Bragg. Harvard (8-4, 3-3) battled to the very end, ultimately losing, 17-16, on a man-down goal that sealed Yale’s title as Ivy League regular season champions.

We Owen Them
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We Owen Them

First year attacker/midfielder Owen Gaffney runs up the field during the 19-16 comeback win over Princeton on Saturday. Next weekend, the Crimson, currently in a five-way tie for first, will face Yale in New Haven, Conn.

Daw(mn), Son
Men's Lacrosse

Daw(mn), Son

Junior midfielder Isaiah Dawson sizes up his Princeton defender during a 19-16 victory over the Tigers on Saturday. Dawson helped Harvard to an epic comeback, ensuring that the Crimson will control its playoff destiny next week against Yale.

Daw(mn), Son
Men's Lacrosse

No. 12 Men's Lacrosse Set for Suspenseful Final Weekend After 19-16 Comeback over No. 3 Princeton

On Saturday, April 25, Jordan Field was electrified by the presence of over 2,400 fans as the No. 12 men's lacrosse team toppled the No. 3 Princeton Tigers, 19-16. The win catapulted Harvard into a five-way tie with Yale, Brown, Princeton and Cornell for first place in the Ivy League and set the stage for a pivotal game against the Bulldogs this upcoming weekend.

Boss-Tin
Men's Lacrosse

Boss-Tin

Senior attacker Austin Madronic fires a shot during a 7-6 victory over Colgate on April 2. On Saturday, Madronic's three assists were not enough to secure victory for the Crimson, which fell to Penn, 11-8.

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