Agnew is Harvard's third Rookie of the Year since 2013 (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Following a breakout freshman campaign, midfielder Murphy Agnew was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year, and joined senior Dani Stollar as a second team Ancient Eight selection.
Agnew led the Crimson with 13 points this season, coming on four goals and five assists. She is the 13th player in program history to earn the distinction, and the third Harvard player to win top rookie honors since 2013, joining Stollar (2014) and Margaret Purce '17 (2013). Agnew won two Ivy Rookie of the Week awards this season.
Stollar caps a tremendous career with a second-team selection after scoring two goals and dishing one assist from central midfield. The Honolulu native also saw time at defense, and helped guide the Crimson to six shutouts on the season. Stollar joins a select group of players to earn All-Ivy recognition all four years, as she earned first team honors in 2016 and garnered honorable mention consideration in 2015 and 2014, in addition to her Rookie of the Year award.
The Crimson ended the season at 8-8-1 overall, securing its 11th-straight season with a .500 or better record.