The Georgetown men’s lacrosse team lost to Harvard on Saturday afternoon by a score of 15-7 at Multi-Sport field. The Hoyas are now 2-3 in the young season. This was their first home game since the opener against Mount St. Mary’s.
The Crimson scored the first two goals, but the Hoyas answered back to tie the score at two with just over three minutes remaining in the first quarter. But the rest of the first half was all Harvard, as the halftime score was 10-2. The Crimson extended the lead to 10 within three minutes of the third quarter, pushing the score to 12-2. The Hoyas were scoreless for a span of 21 minutes, allowing the Crimson to score 10 straight goals.