The Harvard field hockey team plays its final crosstown game of the season as it visits No. 9 Boston College Wednesday at 7 p.m.
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Harvard (5-8) is looking to win its second straight road game. The Crimson’s last trip away from home was a substantially longer drive, to Ithaca, N.Y., and resulted in a 1-0 win Oct. 10 at Cornell. Senior Elizabeth Goodman-Bacon had the lone tally in that game. However, Harvard is now seeking get back on track following a 9-0 home loss Saturday against Princeton.
Junior Chloe Keating continues to pace the Crimson offense with 21 points on a team-best eight goals and five assists. Sophomore Carly Dickson ranks second with 11 points and shares the team assists lead with Keating. Sophomore Allie Kimmel and rookie Emma Keller have four goals apiece, and Keller needs one point to join Keating, Dickson and Kimmel with double digits in the points column. Freshman goalie Cynthia Tassopoulos ranks seventh nationally with 8.77 saves per game. Sophomore Pilar Mayora has a team-high three defensive saves.
Scouting the Eagles
Ninth-ranked Boston College (12-4) is coming off an up-and-down stretch. The Eagles dropped a 3-2 decision to New Hampshire Oct. 18 but bounced back with a 1-0 defeat of No. 5 Syracuse on a goal by Chelsey Feole. A senior captain, Feole is the catalyst of the BC attack with 18 goals and 10 assists for 46 points, while Jana Anctil has scored nine goals and recorded 11 assists to share the team lead in helpers. Kristine Stigas owns a 1.93 goals-against average and .717 save percentage.
The Crimson returns home Saturday to celebrate Senior Day with an Ivy League contest against Dartmouth.