Pictured: Bret Voith made five steals and led all scorers
with four goals Sunday.
Photo courtesy: Gil Talbot Photography
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Harvard men's water polo team concluded its season with a 15-8 victory over Queens (N.Y.) Sunday at the Northern Division Championships, hosted by the Crimson at Blodgett Pool. Harvard placed fifth at the tournament and finishes the year with a 7-17 overall record.
Harvard held a comfortable lead throughout the contest, before putting Queens away with a 5-1 outburst in the fourth quarter. Bret Voith paced the Crimson's scoring attack with four goals, while also stepping up defensively, making five steals. Goalkeeper Nikhil Balaraman made eight saves and fellow seniors Dan Furman, who netted a goal, Thomas Bailey and Egen Atkinson helped Harvard earn the win in their final collegiate game.
Max Eliot chipped in with a hat trick, while Jeff Lee supplied two goals for the Crimson. Rounding out the scoring for Harvard were Kevin DiSilvestro, Luka Babic, Antone Martinho, Mike Katzer and Alex Thompson who notched a goal apiece.