Men’s Volleyball Honors Dow, Ends Season with Loss to George Mason, 3-0

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On a night where Harvard men's volleyball honored its only senior, Trevor Dow, the Crimson would fall to George Mason in its season finale, 3-0. George Mason won the first set 25-18, then followed it up winning the second and third sets 25-23, each.

Senior Trevor Dow totaled six kills on the night to go along with two block assists. He ends his career fourth all-time in total blocks (307), block assists (245) and solo blocks (62). He also had 464 kills throughout the four years.

Offensively, first-year Campbell Schoenfeld paced the Crimson, totaling 10 kills on the night while classmate Eric Li had eight of his own and a team-high .438 hitting percentage. Junior setter Matthew Ctvrtlik totaled 28 assists on the afternoon. Ctvrtlik ends the 2019 season with 753 assists, good for ninth all-time in a single season in program history. 

Defensively, junior Jack Connolly led the way with 12 digs, while Ctvrtlik was just one shy of registering a double-double as he totaled nine. Li and sophomore Adam Gordon had eight and seven digs, respectively. On the front line, five Crimson student-athletes posted multiple block assists as the team had 4.5 total blocks on the day.

Harvard Highlights
- Trevor Dow ends his career fourth all-time in total blocks (307), block assists (245) and solo blocks (62). He also had 464 kills throughout the four years.
- Matthew Ctvrtlik ends the 2019 season with 753 assists, good for ninth all-time in a single season in program history.