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Joan Ever Give Up
Women's Soccer

Joan Ever Give Up

Last Saturday at Penn, Joan Fleischman helped anchor Harvard up top as the Crimson continued a three-game winning streak with a 1-0 victory.

Joan Ever Give Up
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Women's Soccer Topples Streaking Penn, 1-0

After a hard-fought game in which both sides had their chances, Harvard triumphed over Penn by a narrow final margin of 1-0, handing the Quakers their second Ivy League loss at home since 2010

Go for Goal
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Go for Goal

Former Crimson player Brooke Dickens ‘16 prepares to shoot as senior Midge Purce looks on during the team’s 2-0 win against Penn on Sepember 26, 2015. With Penn coming off a strong start to the season, the team will need all of its players to keep the Quakers from getting its first win against it since 2012.

Go for Goal
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Women’s Soccer To Begin Ivy League Play Against Penn

​The Harvard women’s soccer team (5-3-0, 0-0-0 Ivy) is heading into conference play on a hot streak, having won its last three games by a combined margin of 8-2. Unfortunately for the Crimson, however, lining up on the opposite side of the field this Saturday afternoon will be Penn (4-1-1, 0-0-0), the only team in the Ivy League that can lay claim to having even more momentum.

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Women's Soccer Blanks Villanova in 3-0 Rout

​Zero—that is the total shots on goal that the Harvard women’s soccer team allowed on Sunday against the Villanova Wildcats.

Road Win
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Road Win

Senior forward Joan Fleischman, shown in action last season against Penn, scored the first of two Crimson goals Thursday night in a 2-1 win at New Hampshire.

Road Win
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Women's Soccer Picks Up Second Consecutive Road Win at UNH

Senior forward Karly Zlatic proved to be the Harvard hero on Thursday, scoring the winning goal in the 72nd minute off an assist from sophomore midfielder Zayne Matulis.

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Women's Soccer Downs Providence, 3-1

The win marks Harvard’s (3-3-0) first road victory of the 2016 campaign, as it had lost its two previous games away from Cambridge, to Louisville and Boston College.

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Women's Soccer Falls to BC

The Eagles exploded for 21 shots, however, and soundly thwarted any chance for Harvard’s first upset win with a 3-0 victory over the visitors. BC (6-0-1) remains undefeated, while the Crimson (2-3) slips back under .500 just past the halfway mark in non-conference play.

Still Going Strong
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Still Going Strong

With 34 goals, Purce is only three away from tying Naomi Miller ‘98 and Emily Stauffer ‘99 for third on the all-time Crimson scoring list.

Still Going Strong
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Athlete of the Week: Purce Nets Four in Three Games

With 34 goals now to her name, Purce is only three away from tying Naomi Miller ’98 and Emily Stauffer ’99 for third on the all-time Crimson scoring list.

Back to Middle Ground
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Back to Middle Ground

After the Cardinals took an early 1-0 lead in Sunday’s game in Louisville, the Crimson could not muster enough of a comeback to take the lead back, ultimately falling 3-1 and putting the team back at the .500 record mark for the season.

Back to Middle Ground
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Women's Soccer Cannot Keep Up with Louisville in 3-1 Loss

After winning its last two games, Sunday's loss against Louisville put the women's soccer team back even with work to do to be successful down the stretch.

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Women's Soccer Drops Central Connecticut State

On Thursday night, under the lights at Jordan Field for the third consecutive game, the Crimson dispatched winless Central Connecticut State, 3-0, on two goals from senior forward Midge Purce to pick up its second win of the season and move to 2-1.

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Women's Soccer Drops Opening Game to No. 10 UConn

The Huskies outplayed the home team with a well-rounded performance to take a 3-1 victory and drop Harvard.