Men’s Lacrosse Unveils 2018 Schedule

Men’s Lacrosse Unveils 2018 Schedule

The Crimson will play seven home games in 2018 (Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Returning a deep and talented roster this season, Harvard men's lacrosse has released its 2018 schedule. The slate features seven home games at Harvard Stadium or Jordan Field.

"I'm excited to announce our schedule for the upcoming season," said Chris Wojcik, The Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men's Lacrosse. "In addition to our Ivy League games, we will play teams from five other conferences. We look forward to the challenges we will face out of conference, along with the always competitive Ivy League. Our players and staff have been preparing all fall for this upcoming spring, and we look forward to beginning the 2018 season."

The campaign begins with back-to-back home games Feb. 17 and 20, with UMass Lowell and Holy Cross taking the short trip to Cambridge. The Crimson hits the road for the first time Feb. 24, facing Massachusetts, before returning home for a March 3 faceoff with Hartford.

The Crimson treks to Providence March 10 in its final pre-Ivy tune-up, as the squad returns home the following Saturday, March 17, to face Brown in the Ancient Eight opener. Boston University comes to Harvard for a mid-week bout March 20, with Ivy League play resuming March 24 against Dartmouth.

Facing a non-conference opponent for the final time in 2018, Harvard will travel to Albany March 28 before traveling to back-to-back road Ivy games – its first of the season. Harvard takes a trip to Ithaca for an April 7 matchup with Cornell before heading to Philadelphia to take on Penn April 14.

Harvard is set to host its final contest of the year and honor its senior class April 21 against Princeton, and the Crimson wraps up the regular season at Yale April 28. The Ivy League Tournament will be hosted by Columbia, with games set for May 4 and 6. Over Memorial Day weekend, Harvard will serve as the hosts of the NCAA Lacrosse Championships for the second-consecutive season at Gillette Stadium.

Harvard tallied a 6-7 mark in 2017, and returns all four of its All-Ivy honorees: Joe Lang, Morgan Cheek, Jonathan Butler and Robert Shaw.