The men’s soccer team did not earn an at-large bid to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament on Monday, with the championship field now finalized at 48 teams.
It only took men’s soccer 90 minutes to do something it hasn’t done in 23 years—capture an elusive Ivy League Championship.
Men’s soccer will host Cornell for its season finale this Sunday, playing for a chance at its first Ivy League title since 1993.
Women’s soccer fell 2-1 in double overtime at Harvard in the de facto Ivy championship match.
A win would have guaranteed the Lions (7-6-4, Ivy 4-2-1) their first conference title since 2006, as they entered the clash just one point behind the first-place Crimson (10-3-3, Ivy 5-0-2).
Although Saturday’s game against Harvard was cancelled, men’s soccer will still play a seven-game conference schedule, the Ivy League revealed on Friday.
Women’s soccer could claim its first Ivy League Championship title since 2006 with a win on Saturday against first place Harvard, it's last match of the season.
Men’s soccer will not play the Crimson on Saturday, after Harvard Athletics Director Robert L.
When women’s soccer head coach Tracey Bartholomew came to Morningside Heights in the winter of 2013, she wondered whether her long-time assistant Amphone Keovongmanysar would also make the trip.
Men’s soccer waited until the 90th minute before junior center back Alex Bangerl gave Columbia a dramatic 1-0 victory over Sacred Heart on Tuesday night in Connecticut.
Women’s soccer fell 2-1 at Yale in overtime on Saturday afternoon, ending an eight-game undefeated streak.