There is no doubt that any Harvard-Yale matchup has a little extra buzz to it, but when both teams have identical records and are vying for a top spot in the conference, it is safe to say that there was a lot more surrounding this game than just the historical rivalry.
With conference play just around the corner, the women’s soccer team seems to be hitting its stride perfectly, and it could not come at a better time.
Volley goals, flip throws, and complete control. Could you really ask for more? After a masterful 3-0 performance against Quinnipiac, the Harvard women’s soccer team returned to the pitch to follow up with another dominant 2-0 win in its first-ever game against the Northwestern Wildcats. Despite a relatively close score, it was clear that the Crimson had the overall advantage throughout the game due to its relentless offense, overwhelming defense, and great goalkeeping from senior goalkeeper Kat Hess.
While the accomplishment is truly remarkable, Tertsch’s initial reaction was rather neutral, considering her performance.
A week after one of the toughest losses of the year against No. 7/6 Penn (8-3, 6-0 Ivy League), tri-captain and junior attacker Kyle Anderson came out and tied his career high with seven goals in a stellar performance against Princeton in an effort to keep playoff hopes alive for the Crimson.
After an incredible midseason surge brought the men’s lacrosse team to above .500 for the first time this season, the Crimson had its three-game win streak snapped against its first ranked opponent since taking on No. 12/14 North Carolina in the season opener.
In his leg, Farris swam the 200-yard freestyle in 1:29.15, which set the NCAA and United States record for that event.
After starting the 2019 season with three straight losses, many wrote off the Harvard lacrosse team. Yet, after two straight wins against Hartford (1-8, 1-1 American East Conference) and Providence (4-5), the Crimson (4-4, 1-1 Ivy League) went into its week-long road trip full of confidence and motivation.
Harvard picked up their second win in a row on Saturday as they defeated Providence.
At the end of those tryouts, Coach Wojick had a special surprise announcement given in front of the entire team.
Men's Lacrosse has gotten off to a slow start this season, and will be looking to match last year's heights.
At the end of a back and forth affair, Harvard fell by a score of 12-9 to UMass at Jordan Field on Saturday.
“We’re really looking forward to getting the chance to prove ourselves as a team against some strong, out-of-conference opponents early in the season,” said freshman attackman Austin Madronic.