Women's Soccer Drops Road Game at Dartmouth, 3-2
Sophomore Aisha Price tallied Harvard's second goal at Dartmouth (David Silverman).
HANOVER, N.H. -- Katherine Sheeleigh knotted the 30th goal of her career, and Aisha Price added a tally of her own, but the Harvard women's soccer team suffered a 3-2 loss at Ivy League rival Dartmouth Saturday afternoon. Alexandra Millet recorded one save in net for the Crimson, who falls to 7-7-1 overall and 3-3-0 in the Ancient Eight.
Dartmouth (6-7-2, 3-2-1 Ivy) took the game's first lead when Chrissy Lozier one-timed a cross pass from Marina Moschitto at 8:17. Moschitto's pass from Lozier open in the box and Lozier buried a shot past Millet. Less than four minutes later, Harvard knotted the game, as Alexandra Conigliaro played a pass to Sheeleigh, who maneuvered her way to a good angle in front of the goalkeeper. Sheeleigh slid the ball into the lower left side of the cage, tying the contest at 11:46.
In the 30th minute, the Big Green regained the lead, going ahead 2-1. Kim Rose sent a cross from 25 yards out, and Melisa Krnjaic finished by placing a shot over Millet at 29:54. Dartmouth extended its advantage to 3-1 at 59:14, as Krnjaic booted a shot into the cage early on in the second half.
With less than 12 minutes to play, Conigliaro picked up her second assist of the game when she kicked the ball into traffic in front of the Dartmouth goal. Price headed it over goalkeeper Colleen Hogan, making it 3-2.
Harvard earned 12 corner kicks in the game, while Dartmouth had one, and the Crimson also led in shots, 8-7.
The Crimson will conclude the regular season by hosting Columbia Saturday, Nov. 6. The game, which will begin at 11 a.m., will also serve as Senior Day for Harvard's Kerry Kartsonis, Caroline Kutler, Katherine Kuzma, Katherine Sheeleigh, Katherine Thurber and Gina Wideroff.