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Men’s Water Polo Heads to New Jersey for Princeton Invitational

Men’s Water Polo Heads to New Jersey for Princeton Invitational

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's water polo team travels down to New Jersey for the Princeton Invitational this weekend. The Crimson will kick off the tournament with matches against No. 17 Navy and No. 14 Princeton before taking on John Hopkins and George Washington to wrap up the weekend.

The match between Harvard and Princeton will be streamed live through the Ivy League Digital Network. Click here to watch.  For the most up to date information about the Princeton Invitational, schedules and results click here

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About Harvard
Harvard opened its season against a slate of ranked teams. In the first nine games of the season, the Crimson face six opponents ranked in the CWPA top 20 preseason poll. Harvard enters the weekend looking to improve upon a 1-4 record.

Last Time Out
The Crimson opened its 2013 season last weekend at the Bruno Classic, an eight-team tournament at Brown where it faced four top-20 ranked teams in a five game slate. Harvard finished 1-4 on the weekend defeating Washington & Jefferson, 17-10, but falling to St. Francis (No. 10), Stanford (No. 3), Brown (No. 16) and UC Irvine (No. 9).

Princeton Invitational
The squad heads to the Princeton Invitational for the fifth consecutive season, where the Crimson owns a 5-8 overall record at this event. Last season, Harvard finished 1-3, with a win against Cal Lutheran while dropping matches to Princeton, California, and Johns Hopkins.  For the compete weekend schedule, click here.

Rookie of the Week
Joey Colton was tabbed CWPA North Division Rookie of the Week for his efforts at Brown.  The Garden Grove, Calif., native scored three goals, dished out six assists and contributed eight steals in the five game event.

Related Link: Colton Named CWPA Northern Division Rookie of the Week

Fresh Faces
Dan Stevens leads the freshman class in scoring with four goals, while classmates Joey Colton and Vitkor Wrobel each added three apiece. Together the rookies accounted for 10 goals, seven assists and 15 steals.

Offense
Ten Crimson found the back of the net in Providence, R.I., throughout the weekend. Sophomore Noah Harrison led the way with 13 goals, netting at least two goals in each game.  The Huntington Beach, Calif., local paced the offense with four goals in the 17-10 win over Washington & Jefferson. Harrison was named to the CWPA Northern Division Player of the Week Honor Roll for his efforts. Classmates Ben Zepfel (six goals) and Blake Lee (five goals) rounded out the top three scorers for Harvard.

In the Net
Four goalies are on the 2013 Crimson roster.  Senior captain Jimmy Field and sophomore Colin Woolway split time in goal at the Bruno Fall Classic at Brown. Field had 17 saves while Woolway had 29 stops for Harvard. Sophomore Connor Denney also recorded one save against Washington & Jefferson.

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ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

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