Fall Sports in Brief

Men's Soccer

The men's side (4-5-0) posted mixed results against non-Ivy opponents in early going, but lost their first league match, 1-0, to Yale. Junior Anthony Tornaritis led early scorers with four goals and two assists.


Women's Soccer

The women booters (3-4-2) squared their Ivy record at 1-1 by beating Yale, 1-0, after having lost to Pennsylvania by the same score. Alisha Moran '05 scored the winning goal against Yale and led the side with 10 goals and two assists.


Field Hockey

The stickwomen (6-3, 2-0 Ivy) got off to a fast start, handling their first four opponents and beating Penn, 3-1, and Brown, 5-2, in Ivy contests. Shelley Maasdorp '05 led scorers with eight goals and three assists.      

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