CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Harvard men's water polo team dropped an 18-9 decision to Brown Saturday night moving the Crimson to tomorrow's third-place game at the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Northern Division Championship.
Earlier, the Crimson beat MIT, 11-10 in overtime, to advance to the semifinal with Brown. Harvard has already secured a spot at the CWPA Eastern Championship because the Crimson will finish in no worse than fourth place.
Alexandre Popp, who made 13 saves in Harvard first round win over MIT, had another 13-save performance. Popp also contributed two assists in the nightcap.
Harvard will meet No. 4 seed Iona in the tournament's third-place game tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. The Gaels downed the Crimson, 13-4, on Sept. 24 in the teams' lone meeting this season.
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