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Michigan State Women’s Soccer Defeats Harvard 1-0, Advances to NCAA Third Round

Key points:

  • No. 20 Michigan State women's soccer team defeated Harvard 1-0 in the NCAA Second Round.
  • Justina Gaynor scored the winning goal for Michigan State from a penalty kick.
  • Michigan State advances to the NCAA Third Round for the first time in program history.

20th-ranked Michigan State women’s soccer beats Harvard 1-0 in NCAA Second Round with Justina Gaynor’s penalty kick. This win marks the first time in program history for MSU to advance to the third round of the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament. The team will face BYU in the next round. The victory was attributed to MSU’s strong defense, including goalie Kaitlyn Parks’ five saves. The next game will be streamed on ESPN+, with the winner advancing to the quarterfinals.

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No. 20 Women's Soccer Advances to First-Ever NCAA Third Round with 1-0 win Over Harvard