Kelley Guinn McArtor
A stalemate between the Harvard women’s soccer team and BU ended the Crimson’s six game winning streak at Nickerson Field Tuesday night.
With a stacked recruiting class and returning lead scorer junior Meg Casscells-Hamby, Harvard promised a positive start to the season—heading winless into its fifth game was definitely not part of the game plan.
Freshman forward Midge Purce contributed both of the Harvard women's soccer team's goals in a 2-0 victory over Rhode Island.
Notching its first win of the season, the Harvard women’s soccer team edged out Long Island University Brooklyn, 1-0 at Soldier’s Field Soccer Stadium Sunday afternoon. The Crimson (1-3-1) dominated the Blackbirds (2-4-1) in possession as LIU Brooklyn failed to register a single shot in the second half.
In a minute’s time, New Hampshire knocked two goals in against the Crimson less than six minutes into the contest. Despite generating almost no offensive pressure the rest of the match, the Wildcats were able to hold off a Harvard rally to win, 2-1.
The Harvard women’s soccer team returns home from California to duke it out against New Hampshire in its first home game Wednesday night.
Harvard students are no strangers to sitting cross-legged on the floor of a crowded lecture hall floor during the first week of school known as "Shopping Week." So what is the alternative method of course registration? Many schools across the country require students to register for classes prior to the start of the semester.
The Harvard women’s soccer team opens its 2013 season on the opposite coast, traveling west this weekend to battle it out against California and San Francisco.
Harvard (3-11, 2-5 Ivy) defended its home turf against Columbia (3-12, 0-7) in the team’s Ivy and season finale. After battling back and forth for possession, the Crimson squad was able top the Lions, 18-11, thanks to a second half surge.
Heading into the final weekend of play, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team faced off against the Big Green in Hanover, N.H. on Friday. Although the Crimson (3-11, 2-5, Ivy) held a one-point lead entering halftime, No. 20 Dartmouth (9-6, 5-2, Ivy) outscored Harvard, 10-2, in the second frame to win, 15-8.
As the Harvard baseball team’s season draws nearer to a close with conference play ending this weekend, three sophomore players stand out this year.
After hanging with the No. 13/16 Tigers for much of the contest, Harvard was unable to pull off the upset.
The Crimson faced off against the Commodores Tuesday in Nashville, with the match initially appearing to be a close one.
On a bus heading back to Harvard from NCAA Northeast Regionals in Queens, N.Y. on Sunday night, Crimson coach Peter Brand read the names of the 11 Harvard fencers who qualified for the NCAA Championships to be held later this month.
Although Harvard fell shy of its goal of being in the top five at the EIWA Championships this weekend in New Brunswick, N.J., the Crimson left the tournament with eight place-winners and a seventh place finish, its highest placing since 2007.
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