CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Harvard puts the finishing touches on its longest road trip of the season on Saturday afternoon at Dartmouth. The Ivy League tilt is set for a 2 p.m. start and will air live on ESPN+.
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The Crimson is coming off a thrilling triple-overtime road victory at Boston University on Tuesday night. Harvard found itself trailing by five goals with under four minutes left in the third quarter before going on a 6-0 run to get back in the game. BU scored with one second left in the fourth to force overtime and Nigel Andrews sent the Crimson back to Cambridge with a win after he scored with 1:45 remaining in the third OT period.
Dartmouth has split its last four games, alternating between wins and losses. More recently, the Big Green suffered a 15-8 road loss at St. John's Tuesday afternoon. In Dartmouth's two victories, it scored 11 goals in each game. In its four defeats, the Big Green were held to single-digit goal totals.
The Crimson earned the victory over the Terriers with a combination of great goalie play, hustle on ground balls and face-off wins. Harvard received 19 saves, including a huge stop on the possession before the Crimson scored the game-winner, from Kyle Mullin, held an advantage in ground balls (50-37), and was 12-for-12 on face-offs from the fourth quarter on. In fact, Harvard was 9-for-9 in face-offs in the fourth quarter alone.
Mullin, who has been outstanding all season, has 60 stops in his last three games, including two straight outings with 19 saves. The sophomore helped keep Harvard close and weather the early storm that saw Boston University jump out to a 9-4 lead. Mullin allowed just two goals, while making 10 saves, in the final 29:01.
Harvard has won three consecutive games over Dartmouth, including a 14-7 road decision back in 2017. The Crimson has won two of the last three games in Hanover.
At The Helm
Chris Wojcik '96 is in his ninth season as the Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men's Lacrosse. During his time at the helm of the Crimson, Wojcik has directed Harvard to a 63-61 overall record, including a pair of 10-win campaigns and 15 wins against ranked opponents. Six individuals have collected a total of nine USILA All-America accoloades, while 39 have been named All-Ivy League.
The Crimson returns to action on Wednesday, March 27, when it plays host to Albany inside Harvard Stadium. Game time is set for 7 p.m., and the contest will air on NESN.