Sady, Freeman Named Ivy League Co-Players of the Week

Sady, Freeman Named Ivy League Co-Players of the Week

The weekly award is the first of the year for both players (Penny Ashford).

PRINCETON, N.J. – Harvard men's soccer senior Jake Freeman and sophomore Christian Sady have been named Ivy League Co-Players of the Week for their two-goal performances in a 6-0 win over Penn on Saturday, Nov. 14, as announced by the league office.

Freeman leads the Crimson with 17 points on seven goals and three assists, and tallied a career-best with two goals against the Quakers. Freeman's first goal came at 16:16 in the first half when he beat the goalkeeper one-on-one and finished calmly into the back of the net. He scored again from the penalty spot in the second frame.

Sady tallied his second and third goals of the season in his first-career two-goal outing. The winger put Harvard on the board eight minutes in after connecting with Oliver White on the give and go, and he added a second tally less than four minutes later when he bent a ball into the back of the net from just outside the 18-yard box.

Harvard men's soccer posted a 9-6-2 record in 2015, and ended Ivy play in second place at 5-2.