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Cause for Celebration
Women's Soccer

Cause for Celebration

Harvard celebrates its decisive goal in a 1-0 win over Penn last season. The Crimson program will look to do more celebrating as it returns most of its 2019 core and will get a boost from a program-best recruiting class.

Cause for Celebration
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‘A Unicorn Class’: Women's Soccer Welcomes Historic Recruiting Class

Harvard women’s soccer’s Class of 2024 recruiting class is arguably the best in program history, with an incoming eight-member group ranked No. 5 in the nation by TopDrawerSoccer. Among the recruits are three of the country’s top-12 prospects and six players with national team experience.

Scalise Coaching in 1977
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Scalise Coaching in 1977

In 1977, Robert L. Scalise was the first coach of the women’s varsity soccer program at Harvard , staying with the team until 1987.

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Forward Gabriella A. DelPico '23 heads the ball during a women's soccer matchup at Columbia Saturday night. Harvard tied Columbia 1-1 and now awaits news of a potential at-large NCAA Tournament bid.

Kickin' It with Kellee
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Kickin' It with Kellee

Kellee Kim '12 was a History & Science concentrator and lived in Currier House during her time at Harvard.

A Laughing Matter
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A Laughing Matter

Kellee Kim ‘12 was the Currier House representative for Class Day.

Kickin' It with Kellee
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From Soccer to Survivor: Kellee Kim '12 Competes on Long-Running CBS Show

A Currierite and History of Science concentrator, Kim also played on the varsity soccer team during her first year.

Knocked Out
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Knocked Out

The women's soccer team shut out Dartmouth this past weekend; however, the squad was nonetheless eliminated from championship contention.

Knocked Out
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Women's Soccer Shuts Out Dartmouth, Still Knocked Out of Championship Contention

Harvard women’s soccer, propelled by two early goals, defeated Dartmouth 2-0 on a chilly Saturday afternoon. But the league’s other fixtures did not go the Crimson’s way on Saturday, as the combination of Yale’s loss at Columbia and Brown’s controversial win over Penn in the dying moments of double-overtime allowed the Bears to clinch the Ivy League championship on the season’s second-to-last weekend.

Crashing the Net
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Women's Soccer Earns 2-1 Victory Against Princeton in Critical Conference Clash

The game proved to be a difficult test for Harvard, as the match was very tightly contested throughout, but with its back to the wall and the fate of its season potentially at stake, the Crimson stepped up and reasserted itself with a 2-1 victory against none other than the back-to-back Ivy League champions.

Crashing the Net
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Crashing the Net

Offense has buoyed Harvard's 2019 campaign as the Crimson has amassed 223 shots over the course of the season and averaged 2.29 goals per game.

Set to Score
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Set to Score

Freshman Angela Caloia approaches the net for the Crimson. The first-year was one of two players who scored in the team's loss to Brown Saturday.

Set to Score
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Women's Soccer Falls to Brown in Battle of Ivy League Unbeatens

Harvard women’s soccer dropped a crucial home game on Saturday afternoon, falling, 4-2, to Brown in a battle of the last two Ivy League teams with perfect division records. The loss snaps a seven game win streak for the Crimson.

Give it a Boot
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Give it a Boot

Sophomore midfielder Lara Schenk lines up for a strike on goal.

Give it a Boot
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Women's Soccer Shuts Out Yale In Late-Season Matchup

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.

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