CAMBRIDGE, Mass.- After key wins and success throughout the season, Harvard will host the Ivy League championship against Dartmouth on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 11 am. The game is scheduled to be broadcast on ESPN+.
The Crimson has seen success this season, posting a 3-1 overall record and 1-0 record in Ivy play. The team opened up the season on a high note with a win at Quinnipiac, and notched its signature victory over Ivy rival Dartmouth in its home opener. The Crimson followed that success with its second straight win over Quinnipiac in its last home game of the regular season.
The team has been powered by strong play across the board as 15 different players have contributed to the score book. Sophomore Cassidy Bargell and junior Arianna Romero are tied for the team lead in tries at four. First-year Brogan Mior leads the team with 37 total points and has a try in each of the three games she has played in this year.
The team won the Ivy title last year against Dartmouth in Hanover, 12-3. This is Harvard's first time hosting the Ivy's since 2016.