The senior netted her 100th career goal and moved to No. 9 on the NCAA all-time draw control list in the victory.
The Minutemen piled on runs against the Bison, but struggled to move runners across the plate versus Harvard.
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Clark scored 16 of his game-high 29 points in the final 5:49 to give the Minutemen a 70-66 win over the Crimson Saturday afternoon at Mullins Center.
After tying the game at three in the bottom of the third, Harvard scored four runs in the top of the fourth en route to a 9-5 win over the Minutemen Wednesday.
Devin Dwyer, Morgan Cheek and Joe Lang combined for eight goals and seven assists on the day.
The Crimson scored three goals in the fourth quarter and Devin Dwyer had the game-winner just 10 seconds into overtime, as the Minutemen fell to 1-2 on the season.
While the Minutemen will enjoy this victory, they still have tough games remaining on the schedule including Harvard, North Carolina and Penn State.
The Minutewomen won 74-60 Sunday to give coach Sharon Dawley her 300th career victory.
Not only did this past Friday’s clash with Harvard show goals for the Minutemen, but also a start for Kevin Boyle.
Harvard defeated Central Florida, 59-49, on Saturday to win the inaugural Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in the Bahamas.