Harvard is coming off a 20-13 season, the most wins since 2004 (Athletic Communications).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Friends of Water Polo Head Coach Ted Minnis and the women's water polo team have announced their 2016 slate, featuring two invitationals at Blodgett pool as part of seven home contests this season.
All home games will be broadcast live on the Ivy League Digital Network.
Harvard will kick off its 2016 campaign with a pair of contest against Villanova and Iona at Blodgett Pool as it hosts the Harvard Mini Jan. 30.
The Crimson will then hit the road Feb. 6-7 for the Brown Invitational, competing against Hawaii, Marist, Indiana and St. Francis Brooklyn. The Crimson will stay on the road as it takes on a trio of opponents in Cal Baptist, Wagner and Villanova as part of the Princeton Invitational the following weekend.
After two weeks off, Harvard will make its return to Blodgett Pool as it hosts the Harvard Invitational March 5-6 with matchups against Mercyhurst, Princeton, Siena and Fresno Pacific.
After a week off, Harvard will head west for its annual California trip, commencing play at the San Diego State University Aztec Invite March 12-13. The Crimson then head to Northridge March 17 for a double-header against Cal State Northridge and Redlands. Harvar
d will take on Loyola Marymount and Azusa Pacific as part of the LMU Invtational March 18 and close out its west coast swing March 19 in Santa Barbara against Santa Clara and UC Santa Barbara.
Upon returning from California, Harvard will finish off its regular season against CWPA opponents as it will host its final home contest of the season against Hartwick March 24 before embarking on a three-game swing in Ann Arbor, Michigan against Indiana, Michigan and Princeton April 9-10. The Crimson will head to Brown April 13 and close out its regular season in Princeton, New Jersey against Hartwick, Bucknell and George Washington April 16-17.
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