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Junior forward Michael Klain, shown here in previous action, boots a ball downfield. The Crimson launched 12 shots in its win over Boston College on Tuesday.
Senior forward Hiroki Kobayashi, shown here in previous action, registered one shot on goal Tuesday night. After surrendering an 88th minute goal to visiting Boston College, Harvard found the back of the net in overtime to notch its first win of the season.
The Crimson more than doubled its previous season scoring output with a trio of goals en route to its first win of the year.
With the score tied at two in the first overtime of the Crimson's home opener, Harvard converted a corner with five minutes remaining in the contest to earn the win.
In its second year under coach Pieter Lehrer, the Harvard men’s soccer team (0-3-0) has endured a second rough opening to the season.
The Harvard men's soccer team lost its third straight game to open its 2014 campaign, falling to St. John's, 2-1.
For the second straight game, the Harvard men’s soccer team (0-3-0) failed to convert key scoring chances late, ultimately falling, 2-1, to St. John’s (1-3-2) on Saturday. The Crimson has lost its first three games by a combined four goals, allowing six goals on only 13 shots on goal.
The Harvard men's soccer team opened their 2014 season on Friday at Georgetown, but the Crimson fell, 2-0.
Junior attacker Michael Klain (left) nearly set up the Crimson's first goal of the season against Georgetown on Friday, but the Hoyas prevailed, 2-0.
After entering the year with high expectations, the Harvard men’s soccer team went winless on its first road trip of the year, losing in tight matches against No. 9 Georgetown and George Washington.
Finishing 5-2-0 in conference play last season, Harvard cemented its position as an Ancient Eight contender. And this weekend, the team will have a chance to prove that it can contend against the nation’s best.
Junior Jake Freeman, pictured cutting past Columbia defender Will Young in 2012, took a season away from the soccer pitch in 2013 but returns this fall aiming to continue the Crimson's success.
Despite losing All-Ivy performers in Ross Friedman ’14 and Kevin Harrington ’14, the team is confident that it can replace the graduated.
When the U.S. conceded a goal to Portugal in stoppage time this Sunday, leaving the game at a disappointing draw, one thing came to our minds.