Kyle Mullin of the men's lacrosse team is this week's COOP Student Athlete of the Week. Mullin Led Harvard to a 9-8 home win over Providence by tallying a career-high 20 saves and two ground balls. The 20-save performance was Harvard’s first since Robert Shaw had 21 stops vs. UMass on Feb. 25, 2017, a span of 743 days, and the most by any Ivy League goalie this season. He kept the Friars scoreless in the second and third quarters, making 10 saves and held Providence scoreless for 36 minutes, 15 seconds. He made three saves in the final 2:02, including one with three seconds left in the game to help preserve a one-goal lead. The eight goals allowed were a season low for Mullin and it came against a Providence team that came into the game averaging 15 goals over its previous two contests.
Men's Lacrosse returns to action with its first taste of Ivy League action, traveling to Brown on Saturday, March 16 at 4 p.m. The game will be broadcast on NESNplus.