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Four Men's Soccer Players Named to All-Ivy League Team

Senior co-captain Robert Millock received All-Ivy second team honors (Gil Talbot).

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Senior co-captain Robert Millock and sophomores Scott Prozeller and Brian Rogers were tabbed to the All-Ivy League second team, while junior Austin Harms earned All-Ivy honorable mention, the conference announced Tuesday.

Millock, a defender from Loudonville, N.Y., started all 17 games for Harvard this season and was the leader of the Crimson defense, which allowed only 1.18 goals per game.  Millock assisted on a goal in Harvard's win at Massachusetts Sept. 6, and finished his senior season with eight shots.

Prozeller ranked second on the team with three goals and seven points this season after starting 16 contests.  A midfielder who hails from Sudbury, Mass., Prozeller also ranked second on the squad with 23 shots.  He netted a goal in the Crimson's win at UMass, tallied the game-winner against Yale Oct. 2, and scored off a free kick at Princeton Oct. 24.

Rogers, who garnered Ivy League Rookie of the Year honors last season, earns his second nod to the all-conference second team.  A native of Bronxville, N.Y., Rogers, a forward, started 15 games and led Harvard with five goals and 11 points, while ranking fifth in the Ancient Eight in goals.  An ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District choice, he scored the game-winning goal in the 80th minute against Stanford in the first night game at the Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium Sept. 4. Rogers, who led Harvard with 38 shots, also found the back of the net at UMass, at Stony Brook Sept. 24, at Dartmouth Oct. 30 and in the victory at Penn Nov. 13.

Harms, a junior goalkeeper from Corona del Mar, Calif., started 13 games in net and posted a 3-6-4 record with three clean sheets.  He owned a 1.15 goals-against average with 47 saves. Harms, who earned shutouts against New Mexico Sept. 19, Yale, and Brown Oct. 16, ranks second in program history with 16 career clean sheets, trailing only Ryan Johnson '06 (19). 

Harvard completed its season 5-7-5 overall and 2-3-2 in the Ancient Eight.