Kim Goh earned her first All-Ivy selection this season (photo Gil Talbot).
Goh, a senior co-captain, anchored Harvard's defense which finished fourth in the league in goals against. She also added a goal against Northeastern. Goh was a staple in Harvard's lineup throughout her four years in Cambridge. She appeared in all 67 games and contributed two goals and two assists during her career as a defender.
Rea led Harvard with four assists and also added a goal this season from the midfield position. The sophomore tied for second on the team with six points in 2012. Her goal tied the score, 1-1, with Bryant Sept. 25 in an eventual 4-1 victory for the Crimson. She was one of the top offensive options for Harvard this season, tallying a team-leading 47 shots and 27 shots on goal.
In other Ivy League awards, Princeton's Kathleen Sharkey was tabbed the Offensive Player of the Year, Katherine Reinprecht earned Defensive Player of the Year and Teresa Benvenuti was honored as the Rookie of the Year.