Agnew Named Ivy League Player of the Week

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PRINCETON, N.J. – Following her high-octane performance over the weekend, junior Murphy Agnew of the Harvard women's soccer team has been named the Ivy League Player of the Week. The honor is her second this season, as she also earned the honor Oct. 14.

Agnew scored twice in Harvard's 2-1 win over Princeton, giving her six goals and 20 points this season. She tied a career-high with four points, which she accomplished for the third time this season, while the outing was her second two-goal game this season. Agnew is now averaging 1.67 points per game, which leads the Ivy League.  

Agnew joins Angela Caloia and Gabby DelPico in winning multiple weekly honors this season. Harvard is 4-1 in Ivy play and 11-3 overall. The Crimson hosts Dartmouth for Senior Day on Nov. 2 on ESPN+.