Men's Soccer

Lehrer
Men's Soccer

Lehrer

Harvard men's soccer coach Pieter Lehrer has brought Crimson soccer to a new level of competitiveness in the Ivy League, leading the team to a top-three finish in each of his first three seasons at the helm.

Lehrer's Lead
Men's Soccer

Lehrer's Lead

Harvard men's soccer coach Pieter Lehrer has brought Crimson soccer to a new level of competitiveness in the Ivy League, leading the team to a top-three finish in each of his first three seasons at the helm.

Lehrer
Men's Soccer

Three Years In, Lehrer Continues To Transform Men's Soccer

The forward-looking mindset of Harvard men's soccer coach Pieter Lehrer on the soccer field is the same one that has taken him through a stint as a professional soccer player in Europe, the same one that helped him become an Olympic qualifier in sprint canoeing, and the same one that is now driving his burgeoning coaching career.

Right Back Up
Men's Soccer

Right Back Up

Senior forward Jake Freeman, pictured in action against Dartmouth on Oct. 31, and the Crimson demonstrated a level of tenacity that allowed them to overcome obstacles throughout the season and focus on the next game.

Right Back Up
Columns

Men's Soccer Demonstrates Tenacity To Overcome Setbacks, Challenges

​As my co-writer and I walked down to the sideline of Jordan Field this past Halloween, I could not help but notice how eerily quiet the Harvard men’s soccer bench, one that had been yelling at both players and refs alike all night, had gotten.

Football

Harvard Alumni Update: Dominic Moore Ends Goal Drought

​While most Harvard student-athletes do not pursue careers in professional sports, a select few are able to make the leap. Not only do some of them make the pros, but some of them also shine.

Men's Soccer

Athlete of the Week: Sady Stars in Season Finale

The Harvard men’s soccer team’s season came to an end on Saturday, but not before the senior class left one last mark on the program. But on a night devoted to the seniors, it was Harvard’s star underclassman who initiated the rout.

Fitting Finish?
Men's Soccer

Fitting Finish?

Senior forward Jake Freeman, shown in action against Dartmouth on Oct. 31, scored twice on Saturday in what could be his final game as a member of the Crimson.

Fitting Finish?
Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Erupts for Six Scores in Season Finale

​On an evening meant to honor the senior Harvard men’s soccer players for their contributions over their careers to the Crimson, senior forwards Jake Freeman, Oliver White, and Tim Schmoll carried the Harvard squad to an offensive rout of Penn, 6-0.

Brace Yourself
Men's Soccer

Brace Yourself

Michael Innocenzi scored his third and fourth goals of the season on Saturday.

Brace Yourself
Men's Soccer

Innocenzi Leads Men's Soccer Past Columbia, 2-0

Senior forward Michael Innocenzi's two goals lifted the Crimson past Columbia on Saturday, but Harvard now needs an at-large bid in order to reach the NCAA tournament.

Men's Ice Hockey

Athlete of the Week: Runners-Up

​Freshman wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley earned Athlete of the Week honors by guiding Harvard football to a 24-16 win over Columbia on Saturday. The freshman wide receiver caught eight passes for 131 yards and added an 86-yard punt return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Aside from Shelton-Mosley’s impact on the gridiron, three other Crimson had crucial performances in their teams’ wins.

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Heads to Columbia Looking For Win

With only two games remaining in the season, Harvard will need to win both its remaining games for a shot to even tie the championship title.

Clean Sheet
Men's Soccer

Clean Sheet

Senior forward Michael Innocenzi had a breakaway opportunity near the end of the first half, but Dartmouth goalkeeper Stefan Cleveland came out of his net to cut out the scoring chance.

Clean Sheet
Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Falls to Dartmouth, 1-0

​In the Ivy League, one game has the ability to make or break a season. On Saturday, it took a single play to do both. With the inside track to both an Ivy League title and a trip to the NCAA tournament up for grabs on Halloween, that play came after nearly 100 minutes of play—leaving one side on the verge of a celebration and the other wondering what just happened.