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A dominant second half by the Crimson proved not to be enough as the team fell to Boston College, 2-1, in the team’s home opener at Soldiers’ Field Soccer Stadium. Harvard outshout the Eagles 13-2 in the game’s final 45 minutes but could not overcome two separate one-goal deficits.
Senior defender Brooke Dickens’ goal in the 71st minute lifted the Crimson to a 1-0 victory over Army on Sunday. Junior goalkeeper Lizzie Durack pitched a shutout in net, stopping all four Black Knight shots she faced.
During their offseasons, most athletes are able to take a step back and limit their frequent treks across the river, to the Malkin Athletic Center, or to the boathouse. But that is not the case for freshman Candida Janachowski and senior Matt Brown.
Former United States professional soccer player Landon T. Donovan engages in a discussion with students in Fong Auditorium Wednesday afternoon as part of Romance Studies 109: The Global Game.
Senior Bethany Kanten has transitioned from goalkeeper to midfielder following a back injury.
Plagued by a worsening back injury, it seemed unlikely that goalie Bethany Kanten would continue her Crimson career.
UCLA, the defending national champions, proved to be too much for the Crimson as the team fell, 7-0, on Friday night in Los Angeles.
Senior midfielder Laura Aguilar connected on a hard, low cross and immediately raised her arms in celebration. Aguilar knew she had just scored to give the Harvard women’s soccer team an insurmountable 6-0 lead over Central Connecticut State University.
In her two seasons with Harvard women’s soccer, Midge Purce has already accumulated an impressive list of accomplishments. Ivy League Rookie of the Year. Ivy League Player of the Year. Member of the U.S. U-20 national team.
Sophomore forward Midge Purce, shown here in prior action, led the Crimson with a pair of goals in Harvard's 2-1 victory over Columbia.
Nothing came easy for the Crimson in its must-win contest against the Lions.
With the fall term wrapping up, Harvard student athletes, including women's soccer sophomore forward Midge Purce, take to Twitter to express their thoughts
While you may have been keeping up with their stats, you may have missed some of Harvard’s athlete’s most entertaining tweets.