Men’s Volleyball Falls to George Mason, 3-0

Photo by: Gil Talbot
Photo by: Gil Talbot
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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard men's volleyball fell to George Mason, 3-0, on Friday night at the Malkin Athletic Center. Harvard lost the sets 25-20, 25-15 and 25-23.

Harvard's offense was led by first-years Campbell Schoenfeld and Eric Li, who each had 12 and nine kills, respectively. Matthew Ctvrtlik tallied 25 assists on the night while Adam Gordon had three service aces. Trevor Dow and Marty Heavey each added aces of their own.

Defensively, the Crimson was led by Gordon and Ctvrtlik, who each had six digs a piece. Schoenfeld also added five digs of his own. On the front line, Dow and Ctvrtlik assisted on a block while Ryan Hong had a solo block.

Harvard Highlights
- Campbell Schoenfeld totaled 12 kills on the match, averaging 4 kills per set.
- Matthew Ctvrtlik and Campbell Schoenfeld tied for match-high six digs. 

Game Notes
- Harvard hit a team match-high .571 in the third set.
- The Crimson had 24 digs on the match, compared to 21 for the Patriots. 

What's Next
Harvard is back tomorrow night (April 13) against George Mason to close out its 2019 campaign. Prior to the match, Harvard will honor its only senior, Trevor Dow.