The Harvard women's soccer team had more time than expected to savor Friday night's 2-1 win over Brown in the first round of the NCAA tournament. The bus of their Saturday opponents, Yale, broke down, and the Elis never made it to Cambridge.
The game will be made up sometime after the Crimson finishes the NCAA Championships.
Harvard will be spending this week preparing for the quarterfinals of the tournament, when the booters will face second-ranked Missouri-St. Louis at St. Louis, Saturday at 2 p.m.
Despite the fact that Missouri has yet to lose this year, Harvard Assistant Coach Susanna Kaplan that it should be a good game. "St. Louis is the least physical of the teams ranked in the top four," she said earlier this week. NCAA Women's Tourney DIVISION 1 Fri., Nov. 5--First round Cortland St 2 BC 0 Harvard 3 Brown 1 (2 OT) Sat., Nov. 6--First round UMass 3 Rochester 1 Princeton 1 George Mason 0
Cortland St. (8-5-3) at UConn (14-0-1); Harvard (7-5-2) at Mo. St. Louis (13-0-3); Princeton (11-1-1) at N. Carolina (16-2); UMass (14-3) at Cent. Florida (8-0-2).
Fri., Nov. 19--Semifinals at Orlando, Fla.
Sat., Nov. 20--Final at Orlando, Fla.