Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer

BRIEF: Women's Soccer Welcomes Ranked Princeton for Alumni Weekend

With just three games left in the season, Harvard will be looking for a signature victory against Princeton as it seeks to end the season on a high note.

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Defeated by Brown, 1-0

Fighting back against a wave of injuries and illnesses, Harvard wasn’t able to shift into the proper offensive gear against Brown.

Blast Past Blue
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Blast Past Blue

Sophomore midfielder Meg Tveit sprints down the line versus Penn. The Crimson struggled to score Tuesday at BU.

Blast Past Blue
Women's Soccer

Early Error Dooms Women's Soccer to 1-0 Loss

“We had some holes out on the field to fill,” Harvard coach Chris Hamblin said. “But as a result we had an opportunity to experiment with different players in some different positions.”

Murphy's Law
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Murphy's Law

Freshman forward Murphy Agnew tallied two assists in the team's 3-1 win over Cornell on Saturday.

Murphy's Law
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Earns First Ivy League Win Against Cornell

​12 games into the season, the upstart freshman duo of Murphy Agnew and Lauren Raimondo had shown signs of budding chemistry on the front line, but had yet to link up for a goal. That all changed on Saturday, when the Harvard women’s soccer team traveled to Cornell for a conference showdown.

On the Attack
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On the Attack

Sophomore midfielder Meg Tveit searches for teammates as she brings the ball upfield against Ivy foe Penn.

On the Attack
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Loses to Yale, Drops Second Straight in Conference Play

In a hard-fought battle, the Crimson women’s soccer team dropped its second straight Ivy League matchup, coming up short against the Bulldogs in New Haven, 3-0. Yale held Harvard at bay to effectively dash the visitor’s hopes of defending its Ancient Eight title.

Behind the Ball, Eight
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Behind the Ball, Eight

Freshman forward Lauren Raimondo battles for the ball in a 1-0 loss to Penn.

Two Strong

Fall Sports Get off the Ground

This supplemental issue is a snapshot of four Harvard sports—football, field hockey, women’s soccer, and men’s soccer. All have lost games. All have shown flashes of potential. And all face the bulk of Ivy League play, which will test the quality of these Crimson squads.

Behind the Ball, Eight
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Seeks to Overcome Ivy-Opening Loss

A year after winning the Ancient Eight crown, the Crimson has become a defensive juggernaut.

Huddle Up
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Huddle Up

The women's soccer team dropped its conference opener to Penn, 1-0, on Saturday.

Huddle Up
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Women's Soccer Drops Ivy Opener to Penn

The Harvard women's soccer team fell to Penn on Saturday afternoon, ending a four-game winning streak against the Quakers and dropping the Crimson to 0-1 in Ivy play.

Alli All In
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Alli All In

Junior forward Alli Wiggins (3), pictured here in action last season, provides veteran leadership to a Crimson team about to kick off its title-defense effort.

Alli All In
Previews

Women's Soccer to Open Ivy League Play Against Visiting Quakers

Harvard begins its defense of the Ivy League championship title as it takes on visiting Penn on Saturday afternoon.