Prozeller, Rogers to Represent Men’s Soccer at NEISL All-Star Game

Brian Rogers was one of four Harvard seniors invited to the NEISL All-Star Game (Gil Talbot).

After playing their final games for the Harvard men's soccer team, seniors Scott Prozeller and Brian Rogers will represent the Crimson in the 2012 NEISL All-Star game. The contest will take place Nov. 25 at Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium.

Prozeller finished off his Crimson career in fine style, starting all 17 games for Harvard and serving his second season as team captain. The Sudbury, Mass., native earned his second straight first-team All-Ivy League selection, and third overall in his career. He finished the season with three points on a goal and an assist.

Rogers had a fast start to his Harvard career, earning Ivy League Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman and helping the Crimson to the NCAA Tournament in 2009. Despite battling injuries in the latter part of his career, Rogers came back to make an impact on the 2012 squad. In just eight games played his senior season, he finished with a goal and an assist for three points.

Classmates Richard Smith and Zach Wolfenson were also invited to the All-Star game, but are unable to participate in the contest.