In a 2-2 tie against Boston University, Harvard turned in one of the best performances of the season, peppering the Terriers with 27 shots.
After outscoring its opponents 11-3 over the course of its current five game winning streak, the Crimson look to stay unbeaten in conference play as they take on Cornell on Saturday. Cornell comes into the match struggling after managing only one goal over the past seven matches .
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.
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.
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.