2022 Schedule Preview: Harvard Crimson

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The Harvard Crimson are the 51st DI team and sixth from the Ivy League to release their 2022 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Crimson did not play last season.

Crimson’s 2022 Schedule:

2/26HarvardOhio StateNaples, Fla.
3/19HarvardBrownIvy League
3/22HarvardBoston U.
3/26HarvardDartmouthIvy League
4/9CornellHarvardIvy League
4/16PennHarvardIvy League
4/23HarvardPrincetonIvy League
4/30YaleHarvardIvy League

New Opponents

Colgate, Ohio State, Michigan, NJIT

Team’s Dropped

UAlbany, Holy Cross, UMass

Key Games

2/26 vs Ohio State: Harvard will travel down to the Sunshine State to play the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Southwest Florida Shootout. The game will mark the first of two non-conference games against Big Ten teams in 2022 for Harvard and the first meeting between the two programs since 2007.

3/22 vs Boston U.: Crosstown foes, the Crimson and Terriers have had some exciting meetings in recent history. Their last meeting in 2019 saw the Crimson win 12-11 in triple overtime while they won in single overtime, 19-18, the year prior. This season will see these two meet for the first time in two years in what could be another close battle.

4/30 @ Yale: The Crimson end their season against rival Yale. These two have history going back over a hundred years, but the recent history of this series has been dominated by the Bulldogs who has won the past two meetings soundly in 2018 and 2019. Harvard’s last win over Yale came in 2017. A win over the Bulldogs would be a marquee win for Byrne in his first full season at the helm of the Crimson.

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