The Crimson has reached the Ivy League tournament in back-to-back seasons (Penny Ashford).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The Harvard women's lacrosse team will play seven home contests and face five teams that qualified for last year's NCAA tournament during the upcoming 2016 season.
All home games will be broadcast live on the Ivy League Digital Network.
Harvard is coming off an 8-8 season and his reached the Ivy League tournament in each of the last two seasons under Lisa Miller, The Carole Kleinfelder Head Coach for Harvard Women's Lacrosse.
"I am thankful for the opportunity to test our players against some of the best teams in the country in, and out of, the Ivy League," Miller said on the 2016 slate. "These types of challenges help our students grow, learn, and enjoy themselves while they use and develop their personal, physical, and intellectual skills. True competition against your equal or better encourages the pursuit of excellence through personal development and teamwork. We look forward to another challenging fun year as we pursue an Ivy championship.
Harvard will kick off 2016 with four road games beginning at Hofstra Feb. 20 and continuing at Stanford Feb. 27 and at St. Mary's Feb. 28. After opening Ivy play at Columbia March 5, the Crimson will host New Hampshire in its first home contest March 12. Harvard will remain at home to host Syracuse March 16 before visiting Holy Cross March 22.
The Crimson will welcome three-straight Ancient Eight opponents to Cambridge when it faces Princeton March 26, Dartmouth April 2 and Brown April 9. After visiting Penn April 16, Harvard will host Boston College for a midweek game April 20 before playing Cornell on Senior Day April 23.
Harvard will close out the regular season at UMass Lowell April 26 and at Yale April 30. The Ivy League tournament will be held May 6 and 8 at the home field of the regular-season champion.
About the Ivy League Digital Network
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