Only one game today but it should be a fun one. Danes vs. Crimson under the lights in Cambridge!
Stream: Ivy League Network ($$).
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College Crosse Preview.
Harvard vs. Albany: While this game features only one team (Albany) in the top 20, it should still be a pretty entertaining match-up. The Great Danes come into this one on a six-game winning streak. Other than their first game of the season, Albany has not scored less than 17 points in a game this year. Additionally, their defense has held opposing teams to an average of 8.5 goals/game. Albany is a solid and balanced team that is really on a roll right now.
Even though the Great Danes have yet to play a ranked opponent since their first game of the season versus Syracuse, the way they have dismantled teams this season has been impressive. Their offense is led by their star Connor Fields, who is the top scorer in Division I, averaging 7.57 points per game. Connor has 53 points this year (30 goals and 23 assists), and has been a human highlight reel this entire season.
Another game, another dirty around the back fake for Connor Fields. pic.twitter.com/53oyWwiThK— UAlbany Lacrosse (@UAlbanyMLax) March 1, 2017
Harvard really could use this game to get back on track. After starting the season with 4 straight wins, Harvard has gone 1-3 in their last four games. Their lone win in their last four games was against Dartmouth last weekend. A win against Albany won’t put Harvard in the at-large race, but it could really give the team some confidence before they go into the final stretch of Ivy League play.
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Game starts at 7:00. I'll see you out there!