Harvard Men's Soccer Club

Contacts: Lyle Dershowitz (lyledershowitz@college.harvard.edu) and Henry Scott (henryscott@college.harvard.edu), Thomas Ferland (tferland@college.harvard.edu)

Club Contact:  harvardsoccerclub@gmail.com

Overview: Harvard Men's Soccer Club consists of a first and second team that play competitive games and tournaments throughout New England. The team has had a history of success since it's inception in 2008, placing first in the New England league in 2009, 2010 and 2011, second in 2012, and placing second in the Ivy League Tournament in 2011. In the Fall of 2012, the team was co-champions of the Regional Tournament in Downington, PA and qualified for Nationals in Memphis from the Northeast region of over 125 teams. At Nationals, the team advanced through the group stage and the Round of 16, ultimately losing in the Round of 8 to Cal Poly. Since then, the team has been a perennial qualifier for the Regional Tournament. For the first time, both the A and B teams have qualified for the same league in 2015-16, and the B team will also be aiming to qualify for the Regional Tournament.

Harvard Men's Soccer Club has a strong tradition of memorable bonds between current players and alums and will continue its tradition of winning and friendship in the future.

Each year, open tryouts are held on the first weekend in September, which is often after the first week of classes.