Women's Soccer's Leone Touted as Top-25 Coach Nationally

Women's Soccer's Leone Touted as Top-25 Coach Nationally

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Thanks to the program's consistency under his guidance, Harvard women's soccer head coach Ray Leone was ranked the 22nd-best coach in the nation, according to AllWhiteKit.com.

Multiple factors are taken into account for AllWhiteKit.com's CoachRank, which only covers the past five seasons, including conference performance and NCAA tournament performance.

Under Leone, Harvard has captured four Ivy League championships, advancing to the NCAA tournament in three of the last five years, and four in his first six in Cambridge. The Crimson is 71-37-14 (.639) since 2007, and boasts three Ivy League Rookies of the Year and three Ivy League Players of the Year. Harvard also has had 16 First Team All-Ivy nods since the 2007 season, and 14 Second Team honorees.

Reigning Ancient Eight champions, the Crimson looks to defend its title after starting the season on Sept. 5 at home versus San Francisco.