Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer

Offensive Attack Carries Men's Soccer Past Boston University

The Harvard men's soccer team followed up Saturday's win against Iona with a strong result Tuesday night, outworking a scrappy Boston University side in the team’s last game before the start of Ivy play.

Sady the Savior
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Sady the Savior

Junior Christian Sady, number 7 above, scored the game-winning goal in the 87th minute to give the Crimson a much needed victory.

Sady the Savior
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Men's Soccer Mounts Late Comeback to Defeat Iona

With just three minutes left in the game, senior forward Jake Freeman fed a ball through Iona’s defense to junior midfielder Christian Sady, who slid the ball in near post to put Harvard up 2-1 and clinch the win.

Wheels Got Wheels
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Wheels Got Wheels

Co-captain Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu has recorded a goal and assist thus far in the 2016 season.

Wheels Got Wheels
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Men's Soccer Travels to Iona to Conclude Pre-Ivy League Play

​The Harvard men’s soccer team looks to rebound from a turbulent California road trip this Saturday as it concludes its away portion of pre-Ivy League play, visiting Iona.

California Dreamin'
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Men's Soccer Falls Twice on Trip to California

In its first pair of road clashes, the Harvard men’s soccer team traveled to the Bay Area to face off against perennial powerhouses No. 25 Stanford and California, returning home with a pair of defeats at the hands of the Pac-12 schools.

Ball Contol
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Ball Contol

Junior Sam Brown simultaneously brings down the ball and shields it from a Washington player as co-captain Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu and senior Jake Freeman prepare to make runs off the ball during the two teams’ match on September 11. Harvard will need this level of intensity against Stanford and Cal.

Ball Contol
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Men’s Soccer Prepares for First Away Slate of the Season

This road trip is of importance not only because it’s the team’s first of the season, but also because the trip kicks off with the Crimson facing its toughest opponents, which includes Stanford, the 2015 NCAA Champions.

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Men's Soccer Outlasts Washington, Ends Homestand With Win

After nearly five scoreless halves, senior forward Jake Freeman found the bottom corner of the net off co-captain Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu’s deflection. Freeman’s goal would be the only score of the night, defeating Washington by a final score of 1-0. The win evened the weekend for the Crimson after it lost to Seattle on Sept. 8.

Sad Day for Sady
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Sad Day for Sady

Last season then-sophomore Christian Sady earned an All-Ivy honorable mention. But yesterday against Seattle, the midfielder and the rest of his teammates failed to produce a goal as the Crimson fell, 1-0.

Sad Day for Sady
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Men's Soccer Falls to Seattle in Scrappy Affair

​A 44th-minute score doomed the Harvard men’s soccer team to its first loss of the season as the Crimson suffered a 1-0 defeat.

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Men's Soccer Set to Take on Seattle, Washington

​Sometimes, defining moments in a season come at unexpected times. They could come at the end of the season, when a team attempts to clinch a playoff berth, or in the tournament as a team competes to bring home hardware.For the Harvard men’s soccer team (1-0-1), one of these moments could happen this weekend, as it looks to remain undefeated before it goes on the road for the next few weeks.

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Men's Soccer Set to Reload

They are back and they are better. The Harvard men’s soccer team is ready to open up its season with home games against Villanova (0-1, 0-0 Big East) on Friday and Hofstra (1-1, 0-0 Colonial Athletic Association) on Sunday.

Lehrer
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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
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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.