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Based Bebar
Women's Soccer

Based Bebar

Hannah Bebar kicks the ball.

Based Bebar
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Soccer Star Hannah Bebar Commits to Duke For Last Year of NCAA Eligibility

After finishing her senior season for the Harvard women’s soccer team, midfielder Hannah Bebar wasn't ready to hang up her cleats. So she'll be taking her talents to Durham next year.

Group Hug
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Group Hug

The Harvard women's soccer team huddles in its Nov. 5, 2022 game against Columbia. The Crimson toppled the Lions 5-0.

Group Hug
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No. 10 Harvard Women's Soccer to Face Maine in 1st Round of NCAA Tournament

During an exciting weekend of games in Providence, R.I., the Harvard women’s soccer team triumphed over two successive opponents to win the first-ever Ivy League Tournament in history. Thrilling wins against Princeton and Columbia capped the Crimson’s successful Ivy League season and guaranteed a spot in the upcoming NCAA tournament.

Hunting for a Goal
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Hunting for a Goal

Then-junior defender Smith Hunter prepares for a swift kick in the Crimson's Nov. 5, 2022 game against Columbia. It defeated the Lions 5-0.

Hunting for a Goal
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Harvard Women's Soccer Heads into Home Stretch of Regular Season

After an exciting start to the season, Harvard women’s soccer team began its Ivy League season with a match-up against one of its top rivals for the trophy: Brown. Although the Crimson did not achieve its desired result during that game, the team went on to sweep the opposition for three consecutive matches against conference opponents Columbia, Dartmouth, and Cornell to earn a conference record of 3-1.

T-Swizzle
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T-Swizzle

Then-junior defender Taylor Fasnacht drives the ball out of the defensive zone during Harvard's Nov. 5 game against Columbia in 2022, where the Crimson defeated the Lions 5-0.

T-Swizzle
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Set for Massive Conference Opener, Harvard Women’s Soccer Improves to 5-2-1

After returning from a trip to California which included a last minute 3-2 loss to Long Beach State and a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Pepperdine, Harvard women’s soccer looked ecstatic to be back at Jordan Field. The Crimson scored 15 goals across those four games and recorded shutouts against North Carolina State and Samford, leaving the team with a great deal to think about heading into the start of the Ivy League season this Saturday with a key matchup against rival Brown.

Jose-Fiending for Victory
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Jose-Fiending for Victory

Then-sophomore midfielder Josefine Hasbo drives the ball up the field in the Crimson’s Nov. 5, 2022 match against Columbia.

Huddle Up
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Eyeing Postseason Tournaments, Harvard Women’s Soccer Readies for Season Ahead

Harvard women’s soccer has returned to Jordan Field  looking to build off of last season’s success, which ended in a second-round NCAA tournament game. Now, the Crimson is off to a 2-1-1 start. It beat Fairfield and Connecticut 3-0 and 2-1 respectively, before falling 3-2 on a California trip to Long Beach State and fighting to a 1-1 draw at Pepperdine.

Huddle Up
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Huddle Up

The Crimson huddles together on the field on Senior Night, Nov. 5, 2022, against the Columbia Tigers.

Amazing Ainsley
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Amazing Ainsley

Sophommore forward Ainsley Ahmadian celebrates with her teammates after a 3-2 win over Northeastern back on Aug. 29, 2022.

Amazing Ainsley
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Silencing the Wolfpack: Ainsley Ahmadian vs. NC State, Female Performance of the Year

In a year that saw some fantastic individual performances across all sports for Harvard, women’s soccer’s sophomore forward Ainsley Ahmadian took the crown.

Clutch Time
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Clutch Time

Ahmadian drives the ball up the field in the Crimson's 2-0 victory over UNH in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Gardner Fives
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Women’s Soccer Falls to South Carolina 3-2, Concluding Season After Advancing to Second Round of NCAA Tournament

The Crimson’s NCAA Tournament run came to a close on Friday, November 18 in Durham, N.C. as it fell 2-3 to a strong South Carolina squad after a late comeback surge fell short. Prior to the South Carolina game, they dominated New Hampshire in a 2-0 victory in the first round of the tournament at home on Jordan Field in front of a packed house of a thousand fans.

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