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Men's Soccer

Shuffled Lineup Bests Holy Cross

With fierce crossfield winds and soggy turf, there was no place for much finesse yesterday at Ohiri Field. That was fine with the No. 8 Harvard men’s soccer team (8-1, 1-0 Ivy) as it grinded to a 2-0 victory over Patriot League opponent Holy Cross (3-7, 1-1 Patriot). “It was good to get that result,” Crimson coach Jamie Clark said. “The wind played a big factor. It wasn’t the prettiest game we’ve had, but we got two scores and didn’t give up any chances.”

Field Hockey

Crimson Stumbles in Cross-Town Matchup

The Northeastern Huskies women’s field hockey team did not play the part of a friendly cross-town neighbor to Harvard last night, sending the Crimson home in a lopsided shutout. Northeastern freshman Crystal Poland and the Huskies (6-4) simply overwhelmed the Harvard Women’s field hockey team in the first half, scoring early and often to capture a 6-0 win over the Crimson (3-4, 0-2 Ivy).

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