Women’s Soccer Falls to Brown on Emotional Senior Day

The first half started off as a back-and-forth marathon, with the squads trading possessions and testing their endurance. The Red’s defense, anchored by senior goalkeeper Miranda Iannone, held strong, limiting Brown to only one shot on goal for the first 15 minutes of the match. 

Red Falls Short Against Brown, Looks to Improve Against Princeton

Despite an aggressive first half and a strong showing defensively, the Red came up short against Brown this past weekend in Providence, after the Bears’ freshman midfielder Amanda Lane scored off a corner kick in the 85th minute of play. The goal boosted Brown to a 1-0 victory over Cornell without sufficient time remaining for the Red to make a successful counter attack. Cornell will host Princeton at Berman Field this Saturday, for its penultimate League competition of the season — the team’s final game will be against Dartmouth on Nov. 5, which will also be senior day for the Red—marking the last time its seven seniors will suit up to play on Berman Field. Both Cornell and Princeton have been eliminated from contention for the Ivy League title this season.