Royston, Rhoads Named Ivy League Player, Coach of the Year

Royston, Rhoads Named Ivy League Player, Coach of the Year

PRINCETON, N.J. – Harvard men's golf junior Greg Royston was named the Ivy League Player of the Year, while head coach Kevin Rhoads earned Ancient Eight Coach of the Year for the second-straight season, the conference announced Tuesday.

The men's team won its second-straight Ivy League title and its fourth overall. Under Rhoads, the team again set a program record for scoring average (287.70).

Royston averaged a score of 71.82 this year, his career best. At the Ivy League Championship, Royston finished fourth overall with a total score of 218 (plus-two). For his effort, he was named to the All-Ivy League first team.

Joining him on the All-Ancient Eight first team was Daniel De La Garza, who finished in a tie for second at 217 (plus-one). On the year, De La Garza posted a scoring average of 74.07.

Seniors Robert Deng and Kendrick Vinar were tabbed to the All-Ivy League second team after finishing sixth and eighth, respectively, at the conference championship.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Greg Royston, Harvard 

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Jeremy Perna, Columbia

COACH OF THE YEAR
Kevin Rhoads, Harvard

FIRST TEAM ALL-IVY
Mike Graboyes, Cornell
Alex Dombrowski, Princeton
Daniel de la Garza, Harvard
Jonathan Lai, Yale
Greg Royston, Harvard

SECOND TEAM ALL-IVY^
Robert Deng, Harvard
Michael Davis, Princeton
Sean Fahey, Dartmouth
Zareh Kaloustian, Penn
Kendrick Vinar, Harvard
Amay Poria, Penn
Mert Selamet, Columbia
Jeremy Perna, Columbia