CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Returning home for the first of three-straight Ivy games, Harvard women's soccer saw its seven-game win streak come to a close against Brown, 4-2. The Crimson drops to 10-3 this season (3-1 Ivy), while Brown improves to 10-1-1 (4-0 Ivy).
Brown struck first in the fifth minute, but the Crimson responded with Caloia's fifth score of the season in the 20th. DelPico lofted in a free kick from the left side, with Caloia taking a touch and volleying home a goal past a diving goalkeeper. The Bears added a second goal to close the half, and took a 4-1 lead after two scores in the 58th minute.
Harvard tallied 11 shots in the second half, with Dopke netting her first-career goal with 90 seconds remaining on the clock. The defender headed a corner kick from DelPico into the top-right corner.
- Caloia scored her fifth goal of the season, and leads the Crimson with 20 points this season.
- Dopke scored her first-career goal, becoming the 11th different Harvard player to score a goal this season.
- Hess tied a career-high with eight saves, while DelPico's two assists were a career-best.
- Caloia is the first Harvard player to tally 20 points in a season since Midge Purce in 2016. Purce was also the last first-year to reach 20 in a season, coming in 2013.
- Harvard moves to 28-20-4 against the Bears in program history.
Harvard continues its three-game homestand when Princeton visits Ohiri Field on Saturday, Oct. 26. The 3 p.m. kickoff will be broadcast on ESPN+.