Soccer Summary

Men’s Soccer

The Crimson (4-3, 1-0 Ivy) lost three games on the road in early season play, but was undefeated on its home turf. Senior Michael Fucito (see “Back on the Field,” September-October 2008, page 65) leads the team in goals, followed closely by Andre Akpan ’10. But it was Kwaku Nyameke ’10 who secured the team’s first Ivy win, 1-0 against Yale, when he blasted a loose ball off a free kick into the Yale net.


Women’s Soccer

The women booters (4-3-3, 1-1-0 Ivy) have been paced this season by freshman phenomenon Melanie Baskind, who leads the team in points. Against Yale, which the Crimson defeated 3-1, Baskind scored the game-winning goal and added two assists.

You might also like

Historic Humor

University Archives to preserve Harvard Lampoon materials

Academia’s Absence from Homelessness

“The lack of dedicated research funding in this area is a major, major problem.”

The Enterprise Research Campus, Part Two

Tishman Speyer signals readiness to pursue approval for second phase of commercial development.  

Most popular

Poise, in Spite of Everything

Nina Skov Jensen ’25, portraitist for collectors and the princess of Denmark. 

Claudine Gay in First Post-Presidency Appearance

At Morning Prayers, speaks of resilience and the unknown

Dominica’s “Bouyon” Star

Musician “Shelly” Alfred’s indigenous Caribbean sound

More to explore

Exploring Political Tribalism and American Politics

Mina Cikara explores how political tribalism feeds the American bipartisan divide.

Private Equity in Medicine and the Quality of Care

Hundreds of U.S. hospitals are owned by private equity firms—does monetizing medicine affect the quality of care?

Construction on Commercial Enterprise Research Campus in Allston

Construction on Harvard’s commercial enterprise research campus and new theater in Allston