Men's Soccer

Gylling It
Men's Soccer

Gylling It

Men's soccer gave up an early lead to tie Brown 1-1 on Saturday.

Gylling It
Men's Soccer

Men’s Soccer Coughs Up Lead, Settles for Tie Against Brown

Looking to pick up a second win in conference play, Harvard (2-7-3, 1-1-1 Ivy League) hoped for a system win against a traditionally lesser opponent. Instead, upstart Brown (6-3-2, 1-1-1) brought a chippy, untidy game and a tying goal to leave the Crimson licking its lips at the missed opportunity.

Murr Center
Men's Soccer

Athletics Implements Cultural Overhaul Following Controversies

Athletics Director Robert L. Scalise called last academic year "the best of times and the worst of times."

Race to the Corner
Men's Soccer

Race to the Corner

Sophomore forward Philip Hausen chases down the ball against UNH.

Race to the Corner
Men's Soccer

Enstrom Leads BC to 3-1 Win Over Men's Soccer

​Simon Enstrom did not give Harvard men’s soccer a fighting chance Tuesday afternoon at Jordan Field. The Swede netted a hat trick to lead rival Boston College to a 3-1 victory over Harvard and snap his team’s own four-game losing streak in a mid-week reprieve from conference play.

Up In The Air
Men's Soccer

Up In The Air

Freshman defender/forward Rory Conway leaps up to settle a 50/50 ball against an opponent from the University of New Hampshire. The rookie started for the third time this season, and recorded one of the Crimson’s shots on goal.

Earn the Ball
Men's Soccer

Earn the Ball

Freshman defender/forward Rory Conway leaps up to settle a 50/50 ball against an opponent from the University of New Hampshire. The rookie started for the third time this season, and recorded one of the Crimson’s shots on goal.

Earn the Ball
Men's Soccer

Cornell Defeats Men’s Soccer in 1-0 Away Contest

“Past performance is not indicative of future results”: so often seen in the fine print of historical financial data, the phrase applied in Saturday’s soccer game. In its penultimate road match of the season, the Harvard men’s soccer team (2-6-2, 1-1 Ivy League) faced off against a team it had not lost to since 2012, including a 4-0 route in 2016.

2012 Team
Men's Soccer

Men’s Soccer Scandal Subject of Business School Case Study

​A widely-publicized incident last year at Harvard Athletics has become a subject of study for the department’s neighbors at Harvard Business School.

Men's Soccer

Mens' Soccer Earns Gritty Draw Against New Hampshire

​It took the best game of senior goalkeeper Kyle Parks’ career to give Harvard men’s soccer a chance on Tuesday afternoon. Led by Parks, the Crimson looked to continue its winning ways in a midweek, non-conference fixture at Jordan Field, but ultimately had to settle for a tense 1-1 double overtime draw against the University of New Hampshire.

NEVER OUT OF IT
Men's Soccer

NEVER OUT OF IT

Freshman midfielder Cornelius Bencsik, pictured above against Northeastern, scored the goal that sparked the Crimson's comeback against Yale.

NEVER OUT OF IT
Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Uses Last Minute Comeback to Down Rival Yale

Entering hostile territory in New Haven, Conn., the Crimson rallied from a goal down to snatch a crucial victory against Yale as the teams embark on a new Ancient Eight season.

European Import
Men's Soccer

European Import

Now a freshman at Harvard, Norwegian midfielder Cornelius Bencsik has impressed in early matches.

That's the Kicker
Men's Soccer

That's the Kicker

Junior midfielder Jack Miler plays a ball in a home contest against Northeastern. Harvard has slumped to a 1-5-1 start.

Previews

Men's Soccer's Ivy League Play Kicks Off with Trip to New Haven

Saturday’s game will be the 104th meeting between the two storied institutions, with the Crimson having the edge in the series, 53-38-12. Both teams will be looking for a much-needed win to start this season’s Ivy League schedule.