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Natanson started playing soccer at age five.

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Natanson poses with her youth soccer team after winning a trophy.

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Natanson played forward for her high school team.

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Natanson played on a travel soccer team throughout high school.

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During Natanson's senior year of high school, her team reached the state finals.

Full Speed Ahead
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Full Speed Ahead

Senior midfielder Leah Mohammadi finished the season with a team-high seven goals, marking the second straight season in which she led the Crimson in scoring.

Full Speed Ahead
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Women's Soccer Sends Out Seniors with Win Over Columbia

As the Harvard women’s soccer team prepared to kick off against Columbia in its final game of the season, every single outfield player in the graduating class had scored a goal in their collegiate careers—with the exception of one.

Final Push
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Final Push

Women's soccer sits at 3-2-1 in the Ivy League, tied for fourth with Dartmouth.

Final Push
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Men's and Women's Soccer Host Columbia for Senior Day

Seniors across Harvard’s soccer program will be celebrated this weekend when the men’s and women’s sides both play Columbia in their last games at Jordan Field this season.

Just Out of Reach
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Just Out of Reach

Junior forward Murphy Agnew was unable to convert on either of her two shots against the Tigers.

Just Out of Reach
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Princeton Shuts Out Women's Soccer

In a heavyweight clash between two of the top three teams in the Ivy League, Harvard entered Saturday night’s contest at Princeton needing a win to keep pace with conference leader Penn.

A New Start
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A New Start

Freshman Taylor Nielsen scored one of three Crimson goals in its 3-2 victory over Brown.

A New Start
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Women’s Soccer Rallies for 3-2 Victory Against Brown

“I was incredibly impressed with the way we bounced back,” said Crimson head coach Chris Hamblin. “The team was very resilient.”

On the Break
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On the Break

Leah Mohammadi scored from a direct free kick on Tuesday, bringing her season total to a team-high six goals.

On the Break
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Late Goals Propel BU Over Women's Soccer

Harvard entered Tuesday night’s matchup against Boston University with the chance to make it one full month since last conceding a goal. Even against a potent Terriers attack that had scored in five consecutive contests, the Crimson defense held strong for nearly 89 minutes.

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