CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Harvard men's volleyball closed out the weekend against EIVA opponent Charleston (W.V.), winning in straight sets, 3-0.
Leading the way for the Crimson was first-year Campbell Schoenfeld, who posted 13 kills on 24 attacks for a .542 hitting percentage – a new career high. Schoenfeld was the only Harvard student-athlete with double-digit kills, while first-year Eric Li had nine kills and sophomore Griffin Schmit had seven. Junior Matthew Ctvrtlik tallied 31 assists and two aces on the night.
Harvard posted seven service aces during the match – two from senior Trevor Dow, two from Ctvrtlik, two from Schoenfeld and one from Schmit.
Defensively, Schoenfeld led the way with eight digs, while Ctvrtlik, Li and first-year Jason Shen each had five. Dow also had one solo block, marking his ninth match this season with a solo block.
- Campbell Schoenfeld posted a career-high .542 hitting percentage, recording 13 kills on 24 total attacks and no errors on the night.
- Matthew Ctvrtlik now has 10 matches with 30 or more assists, tallying 31 tonight.
- This is Harvard's first sweep since April 7, 2018 against NJIT.
- Harvard posted a better hitting percentage than Charleston in every set, including a game-high .462 in the second.
- The Crimson only trailed once throughout the match, when Charleston took a 4-3 lead in the third set.
Harvard is off for two weeks and then welcomes EIVA opponent Sacred Heart to Cambridge on Saturday, March 16 at 4 p.m. The match will be broadcast live on ESPN+.