Oct. 16, 2006
PROVIDENCE, RI - Brown women's soccer senior co-captain Kathryn Moos (Wayzata, MN) was named Ivy League Player of the Week (10/16/06) after helping the Bears to a 2-1 overtime victory over Harvard this past weekend. Moos scored both goals in the win, including the game-winner on a penalty shot. With the win over the Crimson, Brown jumped Harvard in the Ivy standings and now sits in third place with seven points.
The Ivy League leading scorer in points (24) and goals (10), Moos scored for the third straight game and also netted two goals for the second straight contest. With the game tied 0-0 heading into the second half, Moos scored the game's first goal 5:58 into the second half. After the Crimson tied the game with under 9:00 left to play, the team's headed for overtime, Brown's fourth overtime game of the year. Brown was awarded a penalty kick three minutes in and Moos calmly stepped up to the ball and deposited it in past the diving keeper to give Brown its first overtime win of the season (Brown is now 1-0-3 in ot).
With the two goals, Moos now has 24 points on the season, four more than her previous career high. All-time at Brown, she is 7th in career goals (26), 7th in career points (64), 12th in season goals (10), and 12th in season points (24).
The Bears are back in action Wednesday afternoon when they travel to URI to face the Rams at 4:00 p.m.