Men’s Volleyball Drops Final EIVA Road Match to NJIT, 3-0

Photo by: Gil Talbot
Photo by: Gil Talbot

NEWARK, N.J. – Harvard men's volleyball dropped its final EIVA road match of the season on Saturday at NJIT, 3-0. Harvard lost all three sets 25-17, 25-19 and 25-22.

Offensively, the Crimson was led by first-year Campbell Schoenfeld, who posted 12 kills on 24 attacks for a .417 hitting percentage. Junior Matthew Ctvrtlik had 27 assists on the match, averaging nine per set.

Harvard posted three service aces as sophomore Adam Gordon and first-years Eric Li and Buddy Scott each had one.

Defensively, Gordon led the Crimson with 11 digs, tying his career-high. Senior Trevor Dow recorded one solo block and now leads the EIVA with 19 on the year.

Harvard Highlights
- With his 12 kills tonight, Campbell Schoenfeld has double-digit kills in his last nine matches.
- Matthew Ctvrtlik tallied 27 assists tonight, giving him 700 on the year. That total moves him onto the record book and into 10th in a single season.
- Adam Gordon tied his career-high in digs with 11, set last night at Princeton.

What's Next
Harvard is back in action for the last time at home for a pair of matches against George Mason on Friday, April 12 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, April 13 at 4 p.m. On Saturday, we will honor Trevor Dow, our only senior, in his final match at the MAC. Both matches will be live on ESPN+.