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The National Soccer Coaches Association of America honored 11 members of the Harvard men's soccer team as recipients of the organization's All-Academic honors. All-Academic honors went to five Crimson players and five additional players earned regional accolades.
Senior midfielder Will Kohler,drafted in the second round by the New York/New Jersey Metro Stars and the 1996 Ivy League Player of the Year, was a first team selection.
Senior midfielder Kevin Silva and senior forward Rich Wilmot were second team selections. Senior midfielder T.J. Carella, junior forward Tom McLaughlin and senior back John Vrionis made the third team.
The men's soccer team had an impressive 16-2 overall record this season, won the Ivy League title and advanced to the second round of the 1996 NCAA championship.
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