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The league becomes first in Division I to scrap fall competition.

7.8.20

The national soccer team of Haiti will come to Harvard as part of a five-day benefit tour.

4.5.11

The new Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium hosts its first games.

November-December 2010

Students at Fezokuhle Primary School in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, get outside for a soccer break—and a lesson about gender roles.

South African teens learn about leadership and health through their country’s most popular sport.

8.19.10

Nick Gates ’91, who founded Coaches Across Continents, works with coaches (above) and youths (at right) in Tanzania in 2009.

Nick Gates ’91 has founded Coaches Across Continents to use soccer as an educational technique in Africa.

July-August 2010

The men's and women's squads lead the Ivy League.

January-February 2010

Soccer’s Lizzy Nichols ’10 uncorking one of her killer kicks. Though she’s a defensive specialist who plays center back, Nichols has a knack for free kicks and penalty kicks, and ice water in her veins.

Soccer’s Lizzy Nichols has a gift for penalty kicks.

September-October 2009

Soccer and basketball updates

January-February 2009

Fall semester soccer results to date

November-December 2008

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