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Women's Soccer

Fantastic Freshman
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Fantastic Freshman

Gabby DelPico maneuvers by a Penn defender on Sunday. The freshman forward scored the sole goal of the match to help Harvard to its fourth-straight win.

Fantastic Freshman
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Women's Soccer Keeps Rolling, Opens Ivy League Season With Penn Win

Harvard women’s soccer opened Ivy League play with a big 1-0 win over reigning Ivy League co-champions Penn in front of an announced crowd of 1,456 that filled the bleachers at Ohiri Field.

Spot On
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Spot On

The Crimson cruised to a weekend win over LIU.

Spot On
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Women's Soccer Shuts Out LIU

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.

Determined Dribbling
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Women's Soccer Starts Slowly, Has Three Game Winning Streak Snapped By San Francisco

Harvard women’s soccer’s season-opening three game home winning streak was snapped Friday afternoon, as a fantastic individual performance from San Francisco’s Miciah Madison stole the show at Ohiri Field and a slow start doomed the Crimson to a 3-1 defeat.

Determined Dribbling
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Determined Dribbling

Freshman midfielder/forward Gabby DelPico dribbles across the field during Harvard’s matchup against UMass. The Massachusetts native has two goals and one assist so far in six games that she has played in this season (this includes five starts).

Flipping the Script
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Flipping the Script

After opening the 2018 campaign with losses in four of its first six contests, the Crimson has begun its 2019 schedule 3-1, including two shutouts.

Flipping the Script
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Women's Soccer Withstands Late UMass Push to Survive, 2-1

Harvard women’s soccer had to fight off fatigue, a late goal from Massachusetts off a corner kick, and even a fallen drone on a windy night, but the Crimson won its third straight game anyway.

Patrolling the Net
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Patrolling the Net

Thanks to superior defense and the work of senior goalkeeper Kat Hess, the Crimson were able to shutout Northwestern.

Patrolling the Net
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Women's Soccer Posts Second Straight Shutout Win

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.

Cleaning Up
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Women's Soccer Victorious in Home Opener vs Quinnipiac

Women's Soccer improved to 1-1 on the season as it cruised past Quinnipiac 3-0 on Wednesday night.

Cleaning Up
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Cleaning Up

Sophomore defender Lara Schenk looks to find a teammate as she is pursued by an opposing striker. The Seelze, Germany native helped Harvard to its first clean sheet of the season as it cruised past Quinnipiac 3-0 on Wednesday.

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

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Natanson played on a travel soccer team throughout high school.

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Natanson started playing soccer at age five.

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