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Men's Water Polo

Got the W from GW
Men's Water Polo

Got the W from GW

Harvard left Princeton, N.J., content with a three-game sweep on the weekend, including a nail-biting victory over ranked opponent George Washington.

Got the W from GW
Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo Sweeps Princeton Invitational

Returning to Cambridge with a perfect record over the trio of this weekend’s matches, there is little chance of the team dropping in the CWPA’s new rankings.

Water Boys
Men's Water Polo

Water Boys

Harvard netted 10 in Sunday's challenge against No. 5 Pacific, ultimately dropping the match 20-10. The Crimson begins the season at 2-2 following contests against three top 10 opponents in the opening weekend of play.

Winding Back
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Resurfacing: Male Comeback Athlete of the Year

Co-captain Harrison Tafur separated his AC joint during the summer prior to his final season. The senior rehabilitated himself, assumed a leadership role, and helped lead men's water polo to a quarterfinal appearance in the NCAA tournament.

Winding Back
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Winding Back

Tafur finished the 2017 season with 58 assists, leading Harvard to its second straight NEWPC tournament title and a quarterfinal appearance in the NCAA tournament.

Men's Water Polo

Blyashov Sends Men's Water Polo to NCAA Tournament

The rookie attacker has amassed 88 goals this year and claimed four Rookie of the Week awards in his conference.

At The Apex
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At The Apex

Freshman 2-meter Jackson Enright shoots against Iona earlier this year, who the team dispatched easily again this weekend in the first of three Harvard wins. Now the Crimson will look to go far into the NCAA tournament last year and match its performance when the team won its way to the Final Four.

At The Apex
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Men’s Water Polo Golden Again, Moves onto NCAAs

The golden goal came from standout freshman Dennis Blyashov, NEWPC rookie of the year, rookie of the tournament, tournament MVP, and first-team all conference.

Men's Water Polo

No. 14 Men's Water Polo Slots Two Victories in Successful Weekend

​No. 14 men’s water polo went a perfect 2-0 on the weekend, pulling out two victories in two very close games. Saturday afternoon, the Crimson defeated No. 15 Brown 11-10 in overtime. Its success rolled over into the second game of the day, defeating crosstown rival MIT 10-8. Harvard improved its record to 11-4 this season and 3-2 in conference play.

Judge, Jury, Executioner
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Men's Water Polo Posts 1-2 Weekend

The No. 11 Harvard men’s water polo team's eight-game streak went south, as the Crimson dropped two close contests against Princeton and St. Francis, each by two goals. Harvard ended the weekend on a high note by soundly defeating Iona, finishing the weekend 1-2.

Judge, Jury, Executioner
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Judge, Jury, Executioner

Then-sophomore attacker Grayson Judge looks frantically for the open teammate as an MIT defender nears.

Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo Snags Three Victories at Princeton Invite

No. 10 Harvard Men’s water polo went three for three on the weekend, defeating east coast opponents No. 17 George Washington and Chapman on Saturday, and No. 16 Bucknell on Sunday at the annual Princeton Invite. The Crimson had a dominating Saturday performance, outscoring George Washington and Chapman by a combined total of 13 goals. Competition was tighter on Sunday as Harvard edged out Bucknell by only one goal.

JUDGE, JURY, EXECUTIONER
Men's Water Polo

JUDGE, JURY, EXECUTIONER

Now-junior attacker Grayson Judge fights off a defender before passing to a teammate in last year's match-up with MIT.

Summary Judgement
Men's Water Polo

Summary Judgement

Junior Grayson Judge controls the ball in Blodgett Pool. The attacker was one of seven players to score a first-half goal against McKendree.

Summary Judgement
Men's Water Polo

Strong Sunday Salvages Weekend for No. 10 Men's Water Polo

On Saturday, the Crimson hardly felt at home, dropping two games. But Harvard rebounded on Sunday with two wins to finish out the tournament.

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