The No. 3/4 men’s lacrosse team was aided by four goals each from seniors Max Seibald and Chris Finn and solid goaltending from backup netminder senior Jake Myers to overcome an early four-goal deficit to Harvard and finish with the win, 13-12, on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf field. Seibald’s and Finn’s four goals each were career-highs, and Myers, subbed in to replace starter senior Kyle Harer, notched four saves and allowed one goal in just under 20 minutes to seal the win.
One week after struggling at face-offs, Cornell (7-1, 3-0 Ivy) won 15-of-27, thanks largely due to senior midfielder John Glynn’s impressive pain tolerance. Glynn played through a fractured left elbow that kept him out for just one game to win 12-of-21 face-offs. Seibald won 3-of-5 at the X.