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Harvard Women's Water Polo Earns Split at ECAC Championship Day One

Head coach Ted Minnis (center) and the Harvard women's water polo team went 1-1 Saturday (Harvard Athletic Communications).

LEWISBURG, Pa. – The Harvard women's water polo team led three different times with a trip to the ECAC Championship game on the line in its second game of the day Saturday, only to see Iona come away with the one-goal victory to hand the Crimson a split on the day.

The Crimson (8-3) led three different times by margins of four, three and two goals, only to see those leads slip away. Harvard went 3-for-11 on its 6-on-5 opportunities, while the Gaels (5-2) converted every one of its one-man advantages.

In its first game of the day, Harvard took a 9-5 win over Brown (1-5) in a rematch of Wednesday's Collegiate Water Polo Association opener at Blodgett Pool.

The Crimson will face top-seeded Princeton in the third-place game at 1 p.m. Sunday.

vs. Brown

Goals No.
Kennifer   3
A. Price   3
Molnar   1
Purcell   1
Zdrojewski   1
     
Assists No.
DiSilvestro   1
Molnar   1
S. Price   1
Purcell   1
Williams   1
Zdrojewski   1
     
Steals No.
Kennifer   3
A. Price   3
Zdrojewski   3
McCarthy   1
Molnar   1
S. Price   1
Purcell   1
     
Saves No.
McCarthy   12

vs. Iona

Goals No.
Kennifer 5
A. Price 4
Zdrojewski 3
Molnar 1
Purcell 1
   
Assists No.
Zdrojewski 5
Kennifer 1
McCarthy 1

 
Steals No.
Kennifer 4
Williams 3
A. Price 2
Purcell 1
   
Saves No.
McCarthy 11