By JACQUELYNN JONES
This Saturday, the Cornell’s women’s soccer team will head to Cambridge, Massachusetts to face Harvard. In what is expected to be a high paced match, the Red will try to come back from its disappointing loss to Colgate on Monday.
Despite the setback of a defeat, Head Coach Patrick Farmer believes that resiliency as well as a competitive spirit will put the team in good shape for the upcoming game and remaining Ivy schedule. According to Farmer, despite some upsetting losses, the team does very well in bringing strong spirit and play to the training and game fields.
In addition, this year’s team has made major strides forward, winning its game against Penn for the first time in 15 years. Overall, Farmer believes that the team is doing well this year in their quality of play and results.
Jason Ben Nathan / Sun Staff PhotographerSophomore Ellie Crowell has been a key player for the Red this season.