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Harvard Women's Water Polo Earns Split at ECAC Championship Day One

Harvard Women's Water Polo Earns Split at ECAC Championship Day One

Head coach Ted Minnis (center) and the Harvard women's water polo team went 1-1 Saturday (Harvard Athletic Communications).

LEWISBURG, Pa. – The Harvard women's water polo team led three different times with a trip to the ECAC Championship game on the line in its second game of the day Saturday, only to see Iona come away with the one-goal victory to hand the Crimson a split on the day.

The Crimson (8-3) led three different times by margins of four, three and two goals, only to see those leads slip away. Harvard went 3-for-11 on its 6-on-5 opportunities, while the Gaels (5-2) converted every one of its one-man advantages.

In its first game of the day, Harvard took a 9-5 win over Brown (1-5) in a rematch of Wednesday's Collegiate Water Polo Association opener at Blodgett Pool.

The Crimson will face top-seeded Princeton in the third-place game at 1 p.m. Sunday.

vs. Brown

Goals No.
Kennifer   3
A. Price   3
Molnar   1
Purcell   1
Zdrojewski   1
     
Assists No.
DiSilvestro   1
Molnar   1
S. Price   1
Purcell   1
Williams   1
Zdrojewski   1
     
Steals No.
Kennifer   3
A. Price   3
Zdrojewski   3
McCarthy   1
Molnar   1
S. Price   1
Purcell   1
     
Saves No.
McCarthy   12

vs. Iona

Goals No.
Kennifer 5
A. Price 4
Zdrojewski 3
Molnar 1
Purcell 1
   
Assists No.
Zdrojewski 5
Kennifer 1
McCarthy 1

 
Steals No.
Kennifer 4
Williams 3
A. Price 2
Purcell 1
   
Saves No.
McCarthy 11

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS