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The Harvard women’s soccer team exploded for five goals against LIU-Brooklyn on Sunday in New York en route to its fourth shutout of the season, 5-0.
Junior forward Emily Mosbacher, shown here in previous action, notched a pair of goals against LIU-Brooklyn. The Crimson cruised to a 5-0 victory for its fourth shutout of the season.
Junior midfielder Brooke Dickens, shown here in earlier action, headed in the game’s only goal less than two minutes into the second overtime period. In UNH’s first-ever home field night game, Harvard earned its fourth win of the season in its penultimate game before league play
A header from junior midfielder Brooke Dickens in the 102nd minute provided the difference in Harvard's 1-0 win over the Wildcats on Thursday.
Captain Meg Casscells-Hamby looks to help her team snap a two-game losing streak when the Crimson faces UNH on Thursday.
With Ancient Eight play looming, the Crimson looks to end its recent skid as it travels to Durham on Thursday night for a matchup with the University of New Hampshire.
The Crimson (3-2-0) suffered its first defeats of the young season, losing on the road to Boston College (7-1-0) before suffering a narrow defeat at home against Colgate (5-1-1).
The last time the Harvard women’s soccer team traveled to University of Rhode Island, the Crimson suffered a 3-2 loss in double overtime in 2011. In a Tuesday night showdown three years later, Harvard (3-0-0) reversed that score, dealing the Rams (4-1-1) their first loss of the season.
Sophomore forward Midge Purce, pictured above in previous action, was Harvard's leading scorer a year ago, and continued her ways this weekend, tallying two goals against Providence.
With the exception of its season-ending loss to BU in the NCAA tournament, the Harvard women’s soccer team finished its 2013 campaign by going unbeaten in 13 straight matches. This weekend, the Crimson opened its 2014 season in strong fashion, as its young stars carried the team to two victories.
Midge Purce returns for her sophomore season after garnering Ivy League Rookie and Player of the Year honors in her freshman campaign.
A year after finishing undefeated in Ivy League play for the first time since 1999, the Harvard women’s soccer team is ready to continue its success in 2014.
Peyton Johnson will graduate as a two-time co-captain and two-time Ivy League champion. She may be leaving Cambridge, but her legacy of competitive spirit will remain with the team long after she departs.
Naturally, Harvard coach Ray Leone hoped Midge Purce would make an immediate impact upon her arrival in Cambridge, as the Crimson looked to rebound from a fourth-place finish in the Ivy League in 2012. Purce, on the other hand, had only one expectation for herself and all of her teammates.