ACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 
8 - Adam Rousmaniere
Adam Rousmaniere
Height: 6-0
Weight: 160
Year: Senior
Hometown: Andover, Mass.
High School: Brooks School
Position: Midfielder
House Affiliation: Lowell

Senior (2009):
Played in all 19 games, starting 18 ... Tied for the Ivy League and Harvard lead with six assists ... Handed out an assist in win over Army (Sept. 13) ... Assisted on the game-winning goal at New Hampshire (Sept. 23) ... ... Earned an assist on game-winning tally in double overtime at Yale (Oct. 3) ... Assisted on game-tying goal in 77th minute at Cornell (Oct. 10) ... Dished out assist in win at Providence (Oct. 20) ... Earned an assist in 2-1 win over Dartmouth (Oct. 31) ... Scored on a free kick in win over Monmouth in second round of NCAA tournament (Nov. 22).

Junior (2008):
Saw action in all 18 games, starting 13 ... Scored a goal in Harvard's 3-0 win over Vermont (Sept. 14) ... Assisted on game-winning goal against Cornell (Oct. 11) ... Earned a helper on a second-half tally in 4-1 victory at Brown (Oct. 18) ... Tallied the game winner at Princeton (Oct. 25).

Sophomore (2007):
Recorded an assist against Maine (Sept. 7) ... Scored a goal in Harvard's 5-1 win over Columbia (Nov. 3).

Freshman (2006):
Appeared in 15 games ... Scored the game-winning goal at Maine (Sept. 5).

High School:
Four-year starter at midfield at Brooks School ... Also lettered all four years on the basketball team, starting as a senior at guard ... Played and started for one year in lacrosse, playing defensive midfield ... Captain of both soccer and basketball teams as a senior ... Three-time All-Independent School League in soccer ... Three-time Lawrence Eagle Tribune Merrimack Valley All-Star ... Named all-state as a senior ... Two-time ISL Player of the Week during his career ... Helped team to three straight ISL championships including an undefeated league season in 2003 en route to a New England Class "A" championship ... Graduated magna cum laude ... Enjoys sailing ... Both his father, Arthur '80, and his grandfather, James '40, were members of Harvard's sailing teams.