19 Kwaku Nyamekye
19 Kwaku Nyamekye
Height: 6-1
Weight: 200
Year: Senior
Hometown: Geneva, Switzerland
High School: International School of Geneva
Position: Defender/Forward
House Affiliation: Currier

Senior (2009):
Started all 19 games ... Named to NSCAA All-Northeast Region first team ... Honored unanimously to All-Ivy League first team ... Scored in opening minutes 2-1 win over Dartmouth (Oct. 31).

Junior (2008):
NSCAA All-Northeast Region third team ... All-Ivy League first team ... Scored game-winner in 59th minute in 1-0 victory over Yale (Oct. 4); selected to Ivy League honor roll (Oct. 6) for effort ... Tallied a second-half goal in 4-1 win at Brown (Oct. 18) ... Scored in second half in victory over Columbia in regular-season finale (Nov. 8).

Sophomore (2007):
NSCAA All-Northeast Region third-team selection ... Named to All-Ivy League second-team ... Scored on a corner kick in a 3-2 victory against then-22nd-ranked Rhode Island in the season opener on Sept. 1 ... Scored a game-tying goal against 14th-ranked Brown on a corner kick (Oct. 13) ... Assisted on the game-tying goal and scored the game winning goal against Princeton (Oct. 20) ... Named to Ivy League honor roll (Oct. 22) ... Scored a goal in Harvard's 5-1 win over Columbia (Nov. 3).

Freshman (2006):
Started all 18 games in his first season ... Started up front early in the season but has settled in as the defensive backbone of the Crimson defense after not having played defensively prior to the season ... Recorded points in each of the first four games of the season ... Honorable Mention All-Ivy League ... Nearly scored 35 seconds into collegiate career only to be turned away on a spectacular save by Old Dominion's Evan Newton ... Ranked among Harvard's leading scorers with three goals and five assists ... Teamed with Andre Akpan to give Harvard two freshmen scorers in double figures for the first time since 1993 ... Selected as the Ivy League Rookie of the Week twice during the season, on Sep. 11 and Oct. 23 ... Named to the Harvard Invitational All-Tournament Team ... Had a late game-tying goal and then assisted on the game-winner in overtime of a 2-1 win at then-19th-ranked Fairfield on Oct. 9 ... Scored the game-winning goal in his second career game versus Villanova at the Rhode Island Soccer Classic on Sep. 5.

High School:
Five-year letterwinner in both soccer and basketball at the International school of Geneva in Switzerland ... Two-time team captain ... Invited to play in the European International Schools Championship in 2004 and 2005, earning all-star status in 2005 ... Guided his team to an international championship as a senior and made five trips to the championships after winning four Swiss Group titles ... Earned his school's Alumni Award.