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Women's Lacrosse

From the Sidelines: Chelsea Marlborough
Women's Lacrosse

From the Sidelines: Chelsea Marlborough

Preparation is Key
Women's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse Suffers 13-6 Loss in First Round of Ivy League Tournament

The Crimson qualified for the 2022 Ivy League Tournament after wrapping up the regular season with two essential victories. It then suffered a 13-6 first round loss at the hands of the Princeton Tigers to end its season.

Preparation is Key
Women's Lacrosse

Preparation is Key

Then-junior attacker Madison Conklin prepares to attack the goal in a 9-8 loss to Cornell on Feb. 29, 2020. A full season of action later, the Crimson concluded 2022 campaign with a defeat to Princeton in the Ivy Tournament.

Big Apple Dub
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Big Apple Dub

The Crimson celebrate after a goal during a 15-14 loss to Columbia on April 6, 2019. Three years later, Harvard exacted revenge with a 14-8 victory in New York City.

Big Apple Dub
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A Tale of Two Halves: Women's Lacrosse Uses Second Half Comeback to Beat Columbia, 14-8

After a rough past couple of games, the women’s lacrosse team got back on track over the weekend. The Crimson (5-6, 3-2 Ivy League) traveled to the Big Apple for a Saturday afternoon showdown with the Columbia Lions (2-10, 0-4 Ivy League). As Harvard left New York City, the team returned to Cambridge with an impressive 14-8 victory.

Guard Up
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Women’s Lacrosse Falls to Nationally Ranked Jacksonville

While the rest of the student body dispersed for a much-needed mid-semester recess, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team (3-3, 1-0 Ivy League) traveled to Jacksonville, FL for two Spring Break matchups.

A Touch of Grace
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Women's Lacrosse Defeats Penn, 9-8, In Ivy Opener

On Saturday, the women’s lacrosse team clinched its first win over No. 24 University of Pennsylvania since 2000, 9-8. The game also marked Harvard’s first Ivy League contest of the year.

A Touch of Grace
Women's Lacrosse

A Touch of Grace

Then first-year midfielder Grace Hulslander prepares to shoot in an 18-8 victory over Yale on March 24, 2019. Nearly three years later, Hulslander helped the Crimson claim a 9-8 victory over Penn in its Ivy League opener.

The Girls Are Back In Town
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The Girls Are Back In Town

Women's lacrosse celebrates during a game in the 2019 season. It will kick off its 2022 season on Sunday against Colorado.

The Girls Are Back In Town
Previews

Women's Lacrosse To Return to Action Sunday after 715-Day Hiatus

As the cold weather slowly (but surely) starts to subside, the melting snow and ice not only mark the early signs of spring, but also the long-awaited return of the women’s lacrosse team to Jordan Field. The Crimson takes the field against the Colorado Buffaloes this Sunday, Feb. 20, and when it does, it will compete in its first official match in 715 days.

The Champions
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30 Years Later: The Historic Season That Harvard Women’s Lacrosse Was Perfect

It has been 30 years since the Harvard women’s lacrosse team made history. In 1990, the Crimson outscored Maryland 8-7 to win the first National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship for a Harvard women's team.

Senior Celebration
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Senior Celebration

Lynn Frangione '90 and Char Joslin '90 embrace after a Harvard goal in the NCAA final against Maryland.

The Champions
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The Champions

The women of Harvard lacrosse made history as the first women's team to win an NCAA title for the Crimson in 1990.

Pre-Game Hype
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Pre-Game Hype

Goalkeeper Sarah Leary '92 high-fives her team during introductions before the NCAA title game.

To Be a Student-Athlete
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To Be a Student-Athlete

Julie Clifford Smail '90 holds the national championship trophy. Before the NCAA semifinal game, she took her organic chemistry exam in a hotel room and is now a doctor.

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