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Former United States professional soccer player Landon T. Donovan engages in a discussion with students in Fong Auditorium Wednesday afternoon as part of Romance Studies 109: The Global Game.
Despite closing the season with a win, Harvard found itself on the outside looking in when the 48-team tournament field was announced by the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Committee Monday.
Revenge came a little too late for the Harvard men’s soccer team (11-4-2, 4-1-2 Ivy), which closed out its regular season with a 1-0 road victory over Penn (6-9-2, 2-3-1). The win left the Crimson eligible for the Ivy League title, but wins by Princeton and Dartmouth—which split the championship—pushed Harvard to a third-place finish.
Junior forward Tim Schmoll, shown here in previous action, converted a penalty kick that would prove to be the only goal in the Crimson's 1-0 victory.
Harvard took advantage of an 84th minute penalty kick to improve its home record to 9-0 on the season and keep its Ivy League championship hopes alive.
With the first two months of the season in the books, the Harvard men’s soccer team has reached the final stretch of its campaign. And with the team boasting a 9-4-2 record, one would think that the Crimson should be sitting pretty.
The Harvard men's soccer team likely wrapped up its season with a win over Penn. The squad finished third in the Ivy League.
The Harvard team battled Dartmouth to a 1-1 tie that left the Crimson alive in the Ivy League race, but no longer in control of its own destiny.
Pausing from Ivy League play for the final time this season, the Harvard men’s soccer team returned to the win column Tuesday night with a 2-0 victory over Stony Brook.
Men's soccer, seen here in previous action, looks to bounce back after a loss to Princeton in its final non-Ivy contest of the season.
The Crimson has won its last five non-conference games by a combined 11-goal margin.
A furious comeback attempt fell short for the Harvard men’s soccer team (8-4-1, 2-1-1 Ivy) on Saturday in its 3-2 loss to the host Princeton Tigers.
Junior midfielder Tim Schmoll, shown here in previous action, notched Harvard's sole goal of the day on Saturday.