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Crimson volleyball survive NYU, Sacred Heart

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Despite falling behind 0-2 at New York University (NYU) on Saturday (March 28) and 1-2 at Sacred Heart on Sunday (March 29), the Harvard men’s volleyball team still fought through, taking both matches in five games. Senior captain Brady Weissbourd, who finished with 31 kills, a career-high 12 blocks, and seven digs against NYU, followed his performance with another 31-kill match, six blocks, a career-high 15 digs, and two service aces, and was named the EIVA Hay Division Player of the Week on Monday (March 30). The Crimson have now won seven of their last eight and have won four straight to improve their record to 10-6.

Harvard stands in a first-place tie with Rutgers-Newark for the EIVA Hay Division lead. The winner of the Hay Division will move up to the Tait Division next season. The Tait Division is composed of the toughest teams in the EIVA.