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Women’s Soccer Set for NCAA Championship Match Against OH – Harvard University

Women’s Soccer Set for NCAA Championship Match Against OH – Harvard University

Cambridge, Massachusetts. – For the first time since 2014, Harvard’s women’s soccer team will host an NCAA Championship game at Jordan Stadium. Sixth-seeded Crimson (11-1-3, 5-0-2 Ivy) will meet the New Hampshire Wildcats (9-5-3, 5-1-2 AEC) in the 64th round on Saturday at Jordan Stadium. It’s 5:00 p.m. EST.

Led by the Branka family manager for the Harvard women’s soccer team, Chris HamblinCrimson will not appear. 18 in the NCAA Championship for the second consecutive season. The competition is also the first time the show has hosted a championship game since 2014.

All gameday information can be viewed at Harvard University’s Gameday Central webpage.

Contest context

  • This will be the first meeting between the Crimson and the Wildcats in the NCAA Championship
  • Harvard holds a 23-3-3 against OH and 12-2-2 against the Wildcats on its home turf.
  • This is Harvard’s first consecutive championship since 2013-2014
  • Harvard is 6-2 in the NCAA Championship when it plays at home, and its last game was a 6-0 win over Central Connecticut.

UN Scouting

  • The Wildcats won the America East Tournament 2022 to earn an automatic bid to the NCAAs by winning a penalty shootout at Binghamton.
  • This is the second NCAA United Nations Championship appearance as the Wildcats received the automatic by winning their first-ever America East title in 2014 and playing UConn in the first round on November 15, 2014, falling 2-0, in Storrs, Conn.
  • The Wildcats ranked fourth in the Americas East in goals (30) and points (84).
  • The UN team grabbed its opponents at 1.12 goals per game, but conceded nearly 11 shots per game at the defensive end of the field.

Harvard women’s soccer regular season notes

  • Fifth best attack in the country with 2.87 goals per game
  • He ranked second nationwide with 2.93 assists per game
  • He finished second at the state level with 8.97 points per game
  • He finished second at the state level with 9.67 shots on goal per game
  • It recorded the ninth best loss-profit ratio in the country at 0.833 marks
  • 44 assists were 15The tenth The most in the nation
  • He scored 43 goals and is currently the tenth largest team in the program’s history and the most since 1996
  • Score three or more goals in eight matches for the second consecutive season
  • Scored four or more goals in five matches for the first time since 1999
  • Scored five or more goals in three games for the first time since 2014
  • Best win rate published since 1999 (906.)
  • jade rose He was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year earlier this week
  • Rose was also named the First-Team All-Ivy League along with his teammates Hannah Piebar And the Sophie Hearst
  • Josephine Hasbro And the Ainsley Ahmadian Landed on the second All-Ivy team during Hannah Griffin Received an honorable mention from the league

Arch

  • The #6 Crimson Champion and the unencumbered Wildcats will compete for a place in the round of 32
  • The winner of the competition will play the winner of the seed 3 South Carolina and Wake Forest
  • Harvard was one of the 32 ranked teams in the country
  • The other ranked teams in the Crimson District are
    • No. 1 Alabama
    • number 2 duke
    • No. 3 South Carolina
    • No. 4 Southern California
    • No. 5 Rutgers
    • No. 6 Harvard
    • No. 7 Texas
    • No. 8 Portland

College Cup 2022

This 41st annual NCAA Women’s College Tournament will be held December 2 and 5 at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, North Carolina, where the University of North Carolina and Town of Cary host the University of North Carolina. The first national semi-final will be played and broadcast live on ESPNU at 6 p.m. ET on Friday, December 2, followed by a second semi-final beginning at approximately 8:30 p.m. ET live on ESPNU. The National Championship game will take place at 6 p.m. ET on Monday, December 5 and will be broadcast live on ESPNU.



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