The Friends of Harvard Water Polo Head Coach Ted Minnis and the men's water polo team are set to welcome six newcomers for the 2015 season: Nick Bunn, Grant Harvey, Grayson Judge, Nathan Ondracek, Anthony Ridgely and Scotty Wo.
Thirteen members of the Harvard men's water polo team were named to the Collegiate Water Polo Association Scholar-Athlete team for the 2014 season. The Crimson also was ranked fourth among CWPA teams with a 3.407 team grade-point average.
The Harvard men's water polo team posted the fourth-best grade point average in the nation in 2014, while nine members of the squad garnered All-Academic honors from the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches.
In its final game of the 2014 season, No. 18 Harvard men’s water polo defeated George Washington Sunday morning in Annapolis, Maryland, at the CWPA Eastern Championships to take seventh place. CWPA All-Northern first team selection Ben Zepfel’s five goals led the way for the Crimson.
After a week off, No. 18 Harvard men's water polo is set to compete for the CWPA Eastern Championship, hosted by Navy. The Crimson's first game is Friday, Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. Harvard will face the winner of Navy and Iona, who play earlier in the afternoon at 12:40 p.m.
Junior Blake Lee was named the CWPA Co-Player of the Week, with Connecticut College’s Nick DiLeo. Lee earned his first Player of the Week award after leading the Crimson to a second place finish at the CWPA Northern Championship this past weekend.
tandout freshman Colin Chiapello was named the CWPA Rookie of the Week for the week of Nov. 3, his third consecutive award and fourth overall. In the final three games of the season, Chiapello found the back of the net seven times, tallied four assists and added eight steals. He has scored at least one goal and notched one assist in last six matches, helping the Crimson finish the season 5-1 to close out the season.
No. 19 Harvard men's water polo closed the 2014 regular season last week and now enters the CWPA Northern Division Championship tournament as the No. 6-seed after finishing with a record of 19-7 and a 7-4 mark in the division. The Crimson will take on hosts MIT on Saturday, Nov. 8 at 12:30 p.m. in an opening round match up.
No. 19 Harvard men’s water polo (19-7, 7-4) closed the the regular season with two road victories in the CWPA Northern Division. The Crimson faced off against Fordham (13-15, 4-8) early Sunday morning, winning 11-7. Harvard the made the short trip to Iona (6-16, 5-7), defeating the Gales 11-9.
No. 19 Harvard men’s water polo closes the regular season on the road this weekend against three teams from New York state. The trip opens on Saturday, Nov. 1 at 4 p.m. against No. 17 St. Francis. Sunday will see the Crimson faceoff against Fordham at 11 a.m. and Iona at 4 p.m.
No. 18 Harvard men’s water polo was strong Saturday afternoon, winning two CWPA Northern Division match ups in Blodgett Pool. In the first game of the day, Harvard defeated MIT, 12-7, and closed the doubleheader with a 19-8 victory over Connecticut College.
No. 18 Harvard men's water polo was strong Saturday afternoon, winning two CWPA Northern Division match ups in Blodgett Pool. In the first game of the day, Harvard defeated MIT, 12-7, and closed the doubleheader with a 19-8 victory over Connecticut College.
Junior goalie Colin Woolway has been named the CWPA Defensive Player of the Week for his performance at last week’s Ivy Championship tournament. Junior Blake Lee was also named to the CWPA Player of the Week Honor Roll.
No. 18 Harvard men’s water polo will host two CWPA Northern Division opponents Saturday, Oct. 25 at Blodgett Pool. Harvard opens the doubleheader against MIT at 11 a.m. and finishes the day with a match up against Connecticut College at 3 p.m.
No. 19 Harvard men’s water polo battled it out with No. 13 Brown in a Ivy League Championship tournament semifinal game, but fell in three overtimes, 14-13. Blake Lee led the way offensively for the Crimson with six goals, while Joey Colton accounted for seven total goals with four scores of his own and three assists.
No. 19 Harvard men’s water polo travels to Providence, Rhode Island, this weekend to compete in the Ivy League Championship tournament . The Crimson’s first match is against No. 15 Brown, Sunday, Oct. 19 at 9:30 a.m.