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First-year midfielder Hannah Bebar looks to deal the ball to a teammate in a match against St. John's, a contest the Crimson won 3-2 in overtime. Harvard did not have the same luck versus Princeton, falling 1-0.
First-year midfielder Hannah Bebar looks to deal the ball to a teammate in a match against St. John's, a contest the Crimson won 3-2 in overtime. Harvard did not have the same luck versus Princeton, falling 1-0.

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