ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

Etzel Guides Women’s Soccer to 0-0 Draw with Columbia

Etzel Guides Women’s Soccer to 0-0 Draw with Columbia

Etzel made a career-high 16 saves (Gil Talbot).

NEW YORK – Putting forth one of the top performances by a goalkeeper in the country this season, junior Danielle Etzel made 16 saves and helped lead the Crimson to a 0-0 tie with Columbia in double overtime on Saturday night at Rocco B. Commisso Field. Harvard women's soccer finishes the season at 8-8-1 overall, including a 2-4-1 mark in Ivy play, securing its 11th-consecutive season with a record at .500 or better.

Etzel's 16 saves are the fifth-most by a goalkeeper in the country this season, and the third-most in a shutout effort. The 16 saves top her career-best 13, which was set a week ago against Dartmouth. Offensively, freshman Murphy Agnew, junior Leah Mohammadi and senior Dani Stollar tallied a team-high two shots apiece.

Columbia (9-5-2, 5-1-1 Ivy) forced Etzel into five saves in the first half and six in the second, and the keeper played a crucial role in the extra periods, making five additional stops.

Game Notes

  • Etzel made a career-high 16 saves, which is the fifth-most in a single game in the country this season and the third-most in a shutout effort. The 16 saves are the most in the Ivy League this season in both categories.
  • Etzel has made 29 saves over the past two weeks.
  • Harvard and Columbia have gone to double overtime in two-straight seasons.
  • Harvard remains unbeaten against the Lions over the last 10 meetings (9-0-1).

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What's Next?
Harvard closes the season at 8-8-1 overall, with a 2-4-1 mark in Ivy League play.

 

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS