Wrobel Propels Men’s Water Polo Past Connecticut College, 16-5
Wrobel anchored the Crimson offense with six goals (photo courtesy Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Viktor Wrobel scored six goals against Collegiate Water Polo Association Northern Division foe Connecticut College to propel the No.19 Harvard men's water polo team over the Camels, 16-5, for to its fifth straight win Saturday afternoon.
The Crimson (8-8, 6-1 CWPA) easily won its second game of the season over Connecticut College (1-12, 0-5 CWPA) after opening the first half with a 7-1 lead. Wrobel led the way with six goals and a steal. Evan Ramsey and Joey Colton each chipped in with two goals while Christopher Miao, John Holland-McCowan, Austen Novis, Dan Stevens, Blake Lee and Jimmy Field found the back of the net once.
On defense, Ramsey came up with six steals, Stevens had three and Noah Harrison and Robbie Fluegge contributed a pair each. In the net, Colin Woolway (two saves), Field (two saves) and freshman Alex Eckstein (six saves) all saw time for Harvard.
Harvard is back in action when it travels to Brown Oct. 11.