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Scott Prozeller, junior midfielder, sprints up the field in a final attempt to pressure the goal in Saturday night's match against Brown. The Bears defeated Harvard 1-0.
Eric Slignerland, sophomore defender, is pulled down as he clears the ball in Saturday night's game against Brown, in which the Bears defeated Harvard 1-0.
Freshman forward Michael Innocenzi maintains possession in the men's soccer game against Brown, in which the Bears snagged a first-half goal to defeat Harvard 1-0.
SHUT THE BUCK UP
Junior quarterback Colton Chapple threw for five touchdowns—tying a school record—while the Harvard defense held Bucknell to 140 yards of offense and forced five Bison turnovers in a decisive win at home.
Co-captain Melanie Baskind looks to turn with the ball against Brown on Saturday afternoon. The harsh winds altered the ball’s trajectory every time it flew in the air, forcing both teams to reconsider their game plans. The visitors went into halftime with a 1-0 lead before Baskind put the first goal away and rookie Mai Le carefully placed the game-winner in the bottom right corner.
Jimmy Eat World
Sophomore goalie Jimmy Field tries to stop an oncoming shot. Field recorded eight saves in the Crimson’s matchup against powerhouse No. 15 St. Francis. It took Harvard five games before it could put a stop to its losing streak, handily defeating Connecticut College on Saturday before playing a close encounter with Mercyhurst on Sunday. The Crimson edged the Lakers, 10-9.
Rookie Michael Innocenzi battles off a Brown player during Saturday’s night game at Soldiers Field Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium. Brown scored in the 31st minute, and the Crimson could not convert its chances.
Sophomore Bonnie Hu, who is also a Crimson business board member, hits the ball on Saturday at the Harvard Invitational.
The Offense put up 42 points, but Harvard's defense was just as dominating. Freshman Zach Hodges (pictured) and captain Alex Gedeon led a pash rush which recorded four sacks.