Three-year letterwinner ... one of Army's top defensive midfielders ... excellent marking skills ... also valuable in clearing game ... possesses ability to run the ball out of the defensive end ... on the field in almost every possible defensive situation ... quarterback of the D-Mids when on the field ... adds much-needed depth to the midfield ... shoots well on the run ... teams with E.J. Behrendt and Geoff Costa on the top defensive midfield unit.
2004: Has appeared in all 14 of Army's games ... scored a goal in first game of the season at Syracuse ... only point on the year ... scooped a career-high six ground balls against Lafayette ... tied for fifth on the team in grounders with 38.
2003: Injuries have kept him out of the lineup for most of the season ... made season debut against Lafayette ... scored first career goal in Lafayette game ... also picked up two ground balls ... registered an assist in Army's final regular season contest against Yale.
2002: Worked his way into 12 of Army's 14 games ... most significant playing time came opposite Lafayette and Lehigh in the final two games of the season ... rifled off four shots versus the Leopards and scooped up a season-high two ground balls ... only other ground ball came against Denver in collegiate debut.
Prior to West Point: Lettered in both soccer and lacrosse at Woodberry Forest School ... scored six goals and assisted on another in the first round of the state playoffs, 1999 ... honorable mention All-Central Virginia, 1999, 2000 ... team MVP, 2000.
Personal: Benjamin Conrad Harrow ... born Feb. 25, 1981, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... parents are Richard Harrow and Mary Catharine Peak ... maternal grandfather, Latham Conrad Peak, was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army ... great uncle, Jimmy Holleran was a Kentucky State legislature ... majoring in American Legal System.
Year GP G A P Shots GB
2002 12 0 0 0 6 3
2003 2 1 1 2 1 2
2004 15 1 0 1 2 42
Totals 29 2 1 3 9 47