By RYAN QUINN
In its first Ivy League game of the season, the women’s lacrosse team was shut down in the second half against Harvard, suffering a 10-7 loss. Although the Red (1-1) took a one-goal lead into the half, a stingy Harvard defense limited the squad to just one goal after the break. The Crimson’s 5-1 run in the second half saw them finally pull away from the Red with four minutes left in the game.
Connor Archard / Sun Sports EditorJunior Sarah Hefner had two goals and seven draw controls, but the Red fell to Harvard.