The road wasn’t friendly to the Harvard men’s soccer team tonight, with the Crimson dropping its first away game to No. 25 St. John’s, 2-0.
Playing at Belson Stadium in Queens, N.Y., the Red Storm (3-1) came out strong on the offensive, putting Harvard (1-1) immediately under pressure. After the 17th minute, St. John’s took five corner kicks in nearly the same number of minutes, with junior midfielder Ido Ligety ultimately converting on a header to give the Red Storm the lead. The St. John’s defense limited the Crimson to one shot in the first half, ending the period with a 1-0 edge.
And the Red Storm showed no signs of letting up, continuing to challenge the Harvard defense in the second half. Less than six minutes into the period, senior forward Walter Hines tallied another point for St. John’s with a chip shot from 12 yards out off an assist by freshman midfielder Daniel Herrera. Although the Red Storm had seven corners in the latter half to the Crimson’s one, the Harvard defense stayed strong to keep the final score at 2-0.
St. John’s outshot the Crimson, 14-3, in the match, with senior goalkeeper Austin Harms recording five saves for Harvard.
Check back with TheCrimson.com for more updates.
JOHNS HOPKINS IN LACROSSEThe University lacrosse team left last night for Baltimore where it will meet the Johns Hopkins team at 3 o'clock
Hopkins Stuns Cornell in Lax FinalThe Johns Hopkins lacrosse team stunned two-time defending champion Cornell in the NCAA final at New Brunswick, N.J. Saturday, snapping
Johns Hopkins University.Johns Hopkins University consists of five or six brick buildings situated in the heart of the city. It has an
Personal Servitude in Russia.Dr. A. S. Chessin, a graduate of the University of St. Petersburg, now teaching in the Mathematical Department at Johns
First Lecture on Ricardo TonightProfessor Jacob H. Hollander, Ph.D., Professor of political economy at Johns Hopkins University, will give the first of his three
Hoopsters Considering JarvisFormer St. John’s University coach Mike Jarvis interviewed yesterday afternoon for the vacancy at the helm of the Harvard men’s