Men's Soccer Drops Road Contest at Vermont, 1-0

Men's Soccer Drops Road Contest at Vermont, 1-0

Austin Harms and the Crimson visit Stanford Sept. 23 (Gil Talbot).

BURLINGTON, Vt. – Austin Harms made one save in net for the Crimson, but the Harvard men's soccer team fell by a score of 1-0 at Vermont Sunday afternoon.

The Crimson drops to 2-3 overall, while the Catamounts move to 5-1 on the season.

Harvard managed four shots on target, as Scott Prozeller, Ben Tsuda, Brian Rogers and Zack Wolfenzon hit the net with chances, but Vermont goalkeeper David Ramada turned away those attempts.

In a scoreless first half, Vermont held a 4-3 advantage in shots and a 2-1 edge in corner kicks.

The game remained even in the second half until Yannick Lewis scored off a header at 84:48. Sean Sweeney sent a long throw in, and Lewis leapt to head the ball past Harms and into the net.

The Catamounts led the final count in shots, 10-8, and corner kicks, 6-4.

The Crimson will travel west to play at Stanford Sept. 23, and at Santa Clara Sept. 25.