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Sophomore midfielder Christian Sady, pictured in action last September, took several free kicks that led to immediate scoring chances Tuesday night against UNH.
Senior forward Jake Freeman, the Crimson's leading scorer, put Harvard ahead with a goal in the 55th minute as the Crimson downed previously unbeaten New Hampshire, 1-0, Tuesday night.
Three unanswered Harvard goals, including a deciding header from senior forward Jake Freeman, lifted the Crimson to a 3-1 victory over the Bulldogs at Reese Stadium.
Opening up its Ivy League slate against Yale, Harvard will need to find an offensive spark if it wants to challenge for the Ivy League crown.
To say the Pieter Lehrer era has been one of Ancient Eight success for the Harvard men’s soccer team would be an understatement.
Senior Andrew Chang, shown here against Cornell on October 11, 2014, registered one of Harvard’s five shots on goal Thursday, but the Crimson extended its goalless streak to three games as the Terriers recorded their second clean sheet of the year.
Sophomore BU midfielder Anthony Viteri scored twice as the Crimson finished off the scoreboard for the third straight game.
Junior co-captain Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu, pictured above, will look to help get the Crimson attack rolling in its final tuneup before Ancient Eight play.
With Harvard’s first Ancient Eight matchup versus rival Yale on the horizon, the Crimson will look to use the matchup against its river rival to build momentum prior to the start of conference play. But the team is hardly looking ahead.
Senior forward Michael Innocenzi, shown on Oct. 4, 2014, nearly lifted the Crimson over No. 9 Washington on Sunday.
In less than a second, the Harvard men’s soccer team came inches away from earning its biggest win of the season not once, but twice.
After stumbling through the opening gate of the season, the Harvard men’s soccer team (1-2-1) was finally able to get a much needed win at Stony Brook on Sunday after grabbing the lead in the 82nd minute. The team looks to take the momentum from this win into the weekend to the Pacific Northwest where they will play against Seattle and No. 9 Washington.
In the 27th minute of Sunday’s contest against Stony Brook, senior midfielder Michael Klain, shown above in action against Yale on Oct. 4, 2014, threw the ball in to senior Philip Fleischman, who put Harvard ahead, 1-0.
When Stony Brook senior Martin Giordano’s 77th minute shot pulled the Seawolves even with the Harvard men’s soccer team Sunday evening, it appeared as though yet another chapter had been added to a familiar Crimson narrative.