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Niki-ckin It
Women's Soccer

Niki-ckin It

Senior Niki Young has seen action in seven games this season, starting two. The Kirkland House resident has 12 total starts in her Crimson career.

Niki-ckin It
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Women’s Soccer Set to Clash with Yale as Both Sides Look for First Conference Win

Harvard-Yale is always more than just a normal game. Each student-athlete will be eager to write the next chapter in this fabled rivalry, and historically speaking, this game should be exhilarating to watch.

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Women's Soccer Ties in Stalemate at Penn

Defense wins championships, but defense prevented a goal being scored in nearly two hours of soccer, leading to a tie. Overtime did not allow either Harvard or Penn to emerge victorious in the Ivy League opener this past weekend.

Lethally Accurate
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Lethally Accurate

Junior Meg Tveit picks out a pass in action against Maine

Can't Bear to Watch
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Women's Soccer Outmuscles Northeastern, 2-0

Harvard won a 2-0 slugfest on first-half goals by senior midfielder Leah Mohammadi and freshman forward Sophie Hirst.

Can't Bear to Watch
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Can't Bear to Watch

Freshman Jillian Wachira drives downfield against Maine. The Blackbears held Harvard to a shutout earlier this season.

Delay of Game
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Delay of Game

Junior midfielder Meg Tveit and the rest of the Crimson will have to wait, as Wednesday night's game against Boston College was postponed due to Hurricane Florence.

Delay of Game
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Hurricane Florence Postpones Women's Soccer Match Against Boston College

The women’s soccer team saw its matchup against Boston College on Wednesday night called off due to scheduling complications related to Hurricane Florence. With steady rainfall throughout the day and a trip to North Carolina looming for the Eagles this weekend, school officials agreed to postpone the game indefinitely.

Open Field
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Open Field

Senior midfielder Leah Mohammadi scored Harvard's lone goal in its 3-1 loss to Providence.

Open Field
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Women's Soccer Loses First Half Lead at Providence

Harvard managed to control play for much of the first half, earning its first halftime lead this season. The second frame, though, was all Friars. The home side netted three shots and pulled away with a 3-1 victory.

Outpaced
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Outpaced

Freshman defender Jillian Wachira advances the ball in Wednesday's 0-1 defeat to Maine. The two teams combined for just six shots on goal in the contest.

Outpaced
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Women's Soccer Edges Quinnipiac, Drops to Maine

On Sunday, Harvard locked horns with Quinnipiac, taking down the Bobcats on the road, 1-0, on freshman midfielder/forward Sophie Hirst’s second-half goal. On Wednesday night at Jordan Field, the Crimson (2-3) followed it up by dropping a 1-0 contest to the Maine Black Bears in a disappointing home loss.

Just What They Needed
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Just What They Needed

Sophomore forward Murphy Agnew's effort to draw a penalty at the outset of the second half against Syracuse kickstarted the Crimson offense, which went on to net four goals.

Just What They Needed
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Women's Soccer Rebounds to Record First Win in Home Opener

The past two iterations of the Harvard women's soccer squad have been defined by staunch defense, characterized by star goalkeeping and the synergy of its core defenders, more so than by its ability to score. But 2018 might prove different.

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Etzel Has Career Day as Crimson Draws Columbia, 0-0

Come Saturday night’s close on Rocco B. Commisso Stadium in New York, N.Y., two things could be said: Have a career game, Danielle Etzel. Have a career, Marie Becker, Caroline Chagares, Candy Janachowski, and Dani Stollar.

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