Historic 1990 Women's Lacrosse NCAA Title Game to Re-Air on Monday, May 18

Harvard women's lacrosse won the 1990 NCAA title, completing a perfect 15-0 season.
Harvard women's lacrosse won the 1990 NCAA title, completing a perfect 15-0 season.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Nearly 30 years to the day, the historic conclusion to the 1990 Harvard women's lacrosse season, the 1990 NCAA Championship game pitting the top-seeded Crimson against Maryland, will re-air on YouTube on Monday, May 18, at 3:30 p.m. ET. Fans will be able to watch the game on the Harvard Athletics YouTube account at the following link: https://youtu.be/ftL2tU9BmAA

Harvard entered the contest with a perfect 14-0 record, a year removed from a heartbreaking loss in the 1989 NCAA Championship game to Penn State. On May 20, 1990, they took the field at Palmer Stadium in Princeton, NJ against a formidable Maryland team with a 16-1 record.

Facing an early 4-0 deficit, the Crimson chipped away at the Terrapins' lead, and with the game tied late a 7-7, senior Jennifer Walser scored the game-winner, lifting the Crimson to its first NCAA women's team title in school history.