Women’s Soccer Concludes Non-Conference Action at Boston University

Angela Caloia shoots against Northwestern
Photo by Gil Talbot

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Finishing its non-conference slate while bringing a close to a three-game road trip, Harvard women's soccer will travel to Boston University on Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 4 p.m. The game will air on NESNplus.

How to Follow
Broadcast: NESNplus
Live Stats: vs. Boston U.
Twitter: @Harvard_WSoccer

What to Know

  • Harvard is 9-2 this season (3-0 Ivy), and is tied for first with Brown in the Ivy League. The Crimson enters the matchup with the Terriers (5-7-2, 2-2-1 Patriot) on a five-game winning streak, which is tied for the seventh-longest in the country.
  • First-year Angela Caloia leads the Crimson and the Ivy League with 18 points, and she leads the country with 0.91 assists per game. Junior Murphy Agnew leads the Ivy League with 1.67 points per game, tallying 15 overall. First-year Gabby DelPico and sophomore Sophie Hirst co-lead the team with five goals, and all four players rank in the top six in the Ivy League in points per game.
  • Hirst and Caloia have each posted three assists in one game this season, becoming the first Harvard players to accomplish the feat since Oct. 15, 2003 (Katie Westfall vs. Holy Cross), and the first Ivy League players to do so since Nov. 14, 2015 (Princeton's Emily Sura vs. Boston College).
  • Agnew was named the Ivy League Player of the Week on Oct. 14, her first-career Player of the Week honor and third-career weekly award from the Ivy League. The New Hope, Pennsylvania native had a goal and two assists in a 3-0 win over Cornell. She joins Angela Caloia and Gabby DelPico with weekly honors this season.
  • Senior Kat Hess leads the Crimson between the posts, holding a 0.50 goals-against average and .862 save percentage across 720 minutes.
  • Harvard leads the all-time series with Boston University, 13-8-6. Five of the last eight meetings between the two have gone to overtime. 

At The Helm
Chris Hamblin leads the Crimson in his fourth season as the Branca Family Head Coach for Harvard Women's Soccer. He was the Ivy League Coach of the Year in 2016 after leading the program to its 13th Ivy League title, and holds a 34-21-5 record at the helm.

Next Up
Harvard welcomes Brown to Ohiri Field on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 3 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN+.