The No. 10 Crimson finished out the Princeton Invite by defeating No. 16 Bucknell.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 10 Harvard men's water polo team finished out the Princeton Invite with a 10-9 victory over No. 16 Bucknell on Sunday morning. The Crimson struck first against the Bison, thanks to a shot from junior Nathan Ondracek. Harvard took home the nail-biting victory after a defining goal from sophomore Austin Sechrest late in the fourth quarter. The game-winning goal was Sechrest's fourth of the game.
The Crimson entered the fourth quarter tied with the Bison, 8-8, but a goal from freshman Dennis Blyashov secured the Crimson's ninth point. Sechrest finished the rally by tallying the final point for Harvard, off a steal from Jackson Enright.
- Sophomore Austin Sechrest notched four goals for the Crimson, including the game-winner.
- Eight different players recorded steals, including Snow who had five. Blyashov earned two and Colin Chiapello, Austin Sechrest, Grayson Judge, Nathan Ondracek, Harry Tafur and Jackson Enright each recorded one.
- Goalkeeper Anthony Ridgley secured two saves.
- Harvard moves to 10-20 against Bucknell, having won the last three meetings between the two teams.
Harvard resumes action next weekend at the Bucknell Invite, facing George Washington and Salem International on Saturday and Gannon on Sunday.