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Glynn's Career Day Lifts Women's Lacrosse to 19-18 Win Over Bryant

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Senior midfielder Julia Glynn had a career day, with eight goals and three assists to lead Harvard women's lacrosse (3-2) to a thrilling 19-18 win over Bryant (2-2) at Jordan Field on Saturday afternoon. Junior Keeley MacAfee added four goals and three assists, and Robyn White scored the deciding goal with :24 left in regulation to lead the Crimson to victory.

The eight goals by Glynn were the second most in a single game by a Harvard player in program history.

In the final minute with the game tied at 18-18, MacAfee made a great high-low pass to White, who beat the Bryant goalie on the far side for the game-winner.

For the game, Harvard held the advantage on shots (42-34) and ground balls (15-14), with the Bulldogs holding a 19-18 edge on draw controls.

In a game in which neither team led by more than four goals, Harvard had the early momentum, taking a 6-2 lead after a five goal run, capped off by a pair of goals from Katie Muldoon at 19:21 and 18:47.

Bryant answered with six of the next seven goals in the contest before Glynn scored three in a row to close out the half for Harvard and give the Crimson a 10-8 lead at the break.

In a back-and-forth second half, Bryant rallied to tie on four different occasions before taking a 17-16 lead with 6:25 to play. Harvard goalie Olivia Gundrum (11 saves) came up with a big stop a minute later on Jess DeMeo's shot from in close.

Then Harvard goals by Nicole Baiocco (2:32) and Glynn (2:32) set up the exciting finish, with the Crimson taking the win in the final minute. 

What's Next
Harvard will take on No. 8 Syracuse in Sparks, Md. at the US Lacrosse headquarters on Friday in a 2 p.m. contest.

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