Ctvrtlik's Double-Double Not Enough as Men’s Volleyball Loses to Laval, 3-1

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Junior setter Matthew Ctvrtlik registered a double-double (35 assists and 11 digs) as Harvard men's volleyball lost 3-1 to Laval on Thursday, Jan. 10 at the Malkin Athletic Center.

Laval's Vicente Ignacio Parraguirre Villalobos also recorded his own double-double as he recorded 23 kills to go along with 11 digs.

Offensively, Trevor Dow and Campbell Schoenfeld paced the Crimson with 10 kills each while Dow had a team-high .471 hitting percentage. Ctvrtlik assisted on 35 of Harvard's 46 kills.

Defensively, six different Harvard student-athletes recorded multiple blocks, led by Erik Johnsson and Ryan Hong, who had seven and six total blocks, respectively. Ctvrtlik led the Crimson with 11 digs, followed by Griffin Schmit and Jason Shen, who each had eight of their own.

Harvard Highlights
- Matthew Ctvrtlik recorded a double-double, totaling 35 assists and 11 digs.
- Campbell Schoenfeld had double-digit kills for the first time in his career. 

Game Notes
- Harvard falls to 1-3 all-time against Laval.
- The Crimson outblocked Laval for the second-straight night, totaling 12.5 blocks to Laval's 6.

What's Next
The Crimson is back at home for a match against UC San Diego at 7 p.m. in the Malkin Athletic Center. The match will be streamed live on ESPN+.