The Crimson and the Cornell Big Red fight for possession on February 29, 2020.
Turn on a Dime
The Big Red offense is swarmed by the Crimson on February 29, 2020.
Then-junior attacker Madison Conklin looks for an opening on offense against Cornell on February 29, 2020.
Keating the Opposition
Then-senior Hannah Keating fires a shot on net against Cornell on February 29, 2020.
On Feb. 1 in 2019, the Harvard men's volleyball team competes against Ball State University, which the Crimson lost 3-2. Harvard has two more games, both against George Mason, before it will head to the EIVA Tournament from Apr. 19-22.
Then-junior attacker Madison Conklin prepares for an attack on goal in Harvard's tight 9-8 loss to Cornell on Feb. 29, 2020. The Crimson only have three regular-season games left against Ivy competitors Yale, Columbia, and Princeton.
In 2020, the Harvard women's lacrosse team faces the Big Red in a close 9-8 loss at home. While the Crimson has an off-weekend this weekend, Harvard will pick up Ivy play against next Saturday, April 1 at Dartmouth.
Searching for Goal
Then-senior Katie Muldoon looks for space against Cornell on February 29, 2020.
Turn and Burn
Harvard surges up the field against Cornell on February 29, 2020.
Harvard sets up the offensive attack against the Cornell Big Red on February 29th, 2020.
The Crimson defense swarms the Cornell Big Red on February 29, 2020.
Preparation is Key
Then-junior attacker Madison Conklin prepares to attack the goal in a 9-8 loss to Cornell on Feb. 29, 2020. A full season of action later, the Crimson concluded 2022 campaign with a defeat to Princeton in the Ivy Tournament.
The Crimson defend against an attack from Cornell on February 29, 2020 in what would be a close 8-9 loss at home.
Men's Lax #23
Mullin It Over
Then-junior goalkeeper Kyle Mullin leaps in a 15-12 victory over Fairfield on March 7, 2020. In Spring Break victories over Brown and Michigan, Mullin helped the Crimson to a pair of victories.
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