CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard battled Northeastern to a 1-1 draw in men's soccer action, Wednesday evening at Jordan Field.
The Crimson struck first scoring 10 minutes into the contest. Freshman Paolo Belloni-Urso connected with sophomore Philip Hausen at the near side post, who was able to fire a shot into the back of the net. However, midway through the half the Huskies knotted up the match scoring from outside the 18-yard box.
Both squads had chances to pull ahead in the second period. With under four minutes to play in regulation, the Crimson nearly broke the scoreless tie with back-to-back shots on net but the Northeastern goalkeeper forced overtime coming up with the two saves.
Just before the end of the second overtime period, senior goalkeeper Kyle Parks recorded his seventh save of the match, tipping a shot by Northeastern's Harry Swartz over the net, to seal the tie.
- Hausen recorded his first goal of the season scoring in the 10th minute of play on a pass from Belloni-Urso – the pair currently leads the Crimson with three points on the season.
- Senior Kyle Parks registered a new career single-game best tallying seven saves
- It was the first tie between the two teams
- Harvard is now 8-3-1 against Northeastern
Harvard travels a short distance to Boston University's Nickerson Field on Saturday Sept. 16. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. and will be broadcast on the Patriot League Network.