Harvard Top 5 Plays – Sept. 10

These are your Harvard University
Top 5 plays of the week At number 5 Women’s Soccer. In the second half against
Quinnipiac, sophomore Sophie Hirst chipped a pass to
first-year Angela Caloia. Caloia played junior Murphy
Agnew through for a smooth finish into the back of the net.
That goal was one of two on the night for Agnew,
as Harvard posted a 3-0 win. At number 4, Women’s Volleyball. Down 2 sets to love with the
match on the line against Colgate, junior
Mindie Mabry made a diving save to keep the ball in play
and line up senior captain Evelyn Gray for the kill to win
the set in extra points 27-25, and force
a fourth set. At number 3, Women’s Soccer. In the 33rd minute against
Northwestern junior Murphy Agnew played a
cross to sophomore Sophie Hirst her volley powerfully went past
the keeper from six yard out. The score ended as the game
winner with Harvard shutting
out Northwestern, 2-0. At number 2, Field Hockey. Junior back Hannah Pearce
capped off a late comeback for Harvard field hockey in it’s
season opener at No. 22 UAlbany. Pearce
scored on a well-placed shot off a penalty corner 3:29 into
overtime to lift the Crimson to a 2-1 win.
The goal was the first game-winner of Pearce’s career. At number 1, Men’s waterpolo. Only 47 seconds into the 2nd
period against Cal Lutheran junior Dennis Blyashov scored a
spinning backhand goal from the left side, with his back to
the net to beat the Cal Lutheran goalie in
the top-right corner. That goal was Blyashov’s third
of the day and he would go on to score three more in
Harvard’s 16-7 win. That’s it for this week’s top 5
plays. Checkout the Ivy League on ESPN for more live and
on-demand content.

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