The Ivy League Men's Soccer Player of the Year is an annual award presented by the Ivy League to the best offensive and defensive player in the conference. From 1979 until 2012 there was one award presented. Starting in 2013, two awards were presented: the offensive and defensive players of the year.
|†||Co-Players of the Year|
|*||Awarded a national Player of the Year award:|
TDS Player of the Year
SA Player of the Year
|Player (X)||Denotes the number of times the player had been awarded the AAC Player of the Year award at that point|
|1981||ENG||Barry Nix (2)||DF||Columbia||Sr.|
|1983||GRE||Steve Sirtis (2)||MF||Columbia||Jr.|
|2006||Charles Altchek (2)||FW||Harvard|
|2017||RSA||Arthur Bosua (2)||Columbia||Sr.|
|2017||USA||Wyatt Omsberg (2)||Dartmouth||Sr.|
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