Prozeller, Smith, Freeman Earn All-Ivy Soccer Honors
Scott Prozeller earned the third All-Ivy honor of his career
(Photo: Justine Agaloos).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Three members of the Harvard men’s soccer team received All-Ivy League accolades, the league announced Wednesday. Senior co-captain Scott Prozeller was named to the All-Ivy first team while fellow senior co-captain Richard Smith and rookie Jake Freeman received honorable mention accolades.
Prozeller was one of four midfielders to be named to the All-Ivy first team. A two-time captain of the Crimson, Prozeller finished his senior season with a goal and an assist and was one of three Harvard players to start all 17 games this season. The honor is Prozeller’s third of his career as he received second-team accolades as a sophomore and first-team credentials last season.
Smith joined three other defenders in earning honorable mention status, marking his second Ivy award after garnering second-team accolades as a freshman. Smith started all 17 games for Harvard this season, and headed in a corner kick in a 2-0 win over Holy Cross in the final home contest of his career. Freeman, in his first season with Harvard, proved to be a force on the offensive side of the ball. The rookie finished tied for second on the team with three goals on the season and led Harvard with 16 shots on goal.
For the full list of All-Ivy League honorees, click here.