The matchup was the first in series history (Gil Talbot).
LOWELL, Mass. – Playing away from home for the first time this season, Harvard men's soccer fell to UMass Lowell, 3-0, on Monday night at Cushing Field.
Senior Kyle Parks tied a career-best with six saves, matching his total from the season opener against Xavier. Harvard's offense tallied six shots in the game, with all six attempts coming from different players.
Following a deadlocked first 45 minutes, the River Hawks broke through in the 52nd minute after a goal from Chase Reichenberg. Dario Jovanovski and Jakov Basic added second-half goals to extend the UMass Lowell lead.
- Parks recorded six saves for the fourth time in his career, and the second time this season, matching a career-best.
- Six Harvard players recorded a shot: Nate Devine, Philip Hausen, Taner Dogan, Paolo Belloni-Urso, Nathan Goldberg and Matthew Glass.
- The Crimson tallied a season-high six corner kicks, against three for the River Hawks.
- Harvard drops to 0-1 all-time against UMass Lowell.
- The Crimson is 0-2 for the first time since the 2014, when the team rebounded to post an 11-4-2 overall record.
Harvard continues its two-game road trip at Providence Sept. 9. The 7 p.m. kickoff will br broadcast on Friars.com.