No. 5 Harvard Looks to Remain Undefeated, Takes on No. 8 Dartmouth
Pictured: Junior J. Reed Endersen and the No. 5 Crimson take
their 2-0 record on the road to take on Dartmouth.
Photo courtesy of Gil Talbot.
No. 5 Harvard looks to remain unbeaten as it travels to No. 8 Dartmouth for a midweek Ivy League match. The Crimson enters the match with a 2-0 overall record and a 1-0 mark in the conference. The Big Green boasts a 3-0 overall record heading into Wednesday’s action.
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The Crimson posted wins over No. 13 Brown and No. 10 Williams, Nov. 20 and 22. Harvard swept the Bears, 9-0, and handed the Ephs a 6-3 loss.
With a 2-0 overall record, Harvard is led by senior co-captain Colin West, junior Richard Hill, freshman Zeke Scherl, junior J. Reed Endersen, rookie Jason Michas and senior co-captain Frank Cohen at the top six spots, who all sport 2-0 records entering Wednesday’s match.
The Big Green enters the match with a 3-0 overall record, having already defeated Navy 7-2, blanking George Washington 9-0 and downing Franklin & Marshall 7-2. The match with the Crimson will be Dartmouth’s first Ivy League match of the year.
Harvard will host Cornell at the Barnaby Courts Dec. 5, in its second straight Ivy League match.