CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The No. 14 Harvard men's water polo team was victorious in its second game in as many days at the Harvard Invite, defeating No. 19 Pomona-Pitzer, 11-5. Harvard was led by junior goalkeeper Anthony Ridgley, who made nine saves during the contest.
During the first quarter, the Crimson got three goals on the board, giving them a 3-1 lead heading into the break. Sophomore Charlie Owens scored Harvard's first goal, followed by scores from freshman Bruno Snow and classmate Jackson Enright. The Crimson also led at the half, 7-2.
Kicking off the second half, junior Nick Bunn netted his lone goal of the game to make it 8-2 in favor of the Crimson. Jackson followed up with his second goal of the game, rounded out by two more goals from Owens to give the Crimson the 11-5 victory.
- Sophomore Charlie Owens netted three goals for the Crimson, while fellow classmate Austin Sechrest secured two, including the game-winner.
- Freshmen Jackson Enright and Dennis Blyashov each netted two goals of their own.
- In net, junior goalkeeper Anthony Ridgley made nine saves during his first appearance in the tournament.
- Harvard moves to 4-7 against Pomona-Pitzer, all-time.
The Crimson finish off its final game of the Harvard Invite tomorrow, against George Washington at 10:30 a.m. The game will air on the Ivy League Network.