In 2007 and 2008, Brian Harvey finished as the Mid-Atlantic Region individual champion before earning All-America honors on the national stage at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships by placing 12th and ninth in those respective seasons. As a freshman in 2005, Harvey was part of a team that finished eighth nationally as he went on to compete in four straight NCAA Cross Country Championships where his Tartan teams placed eighth, 12th, ninth and 13th. Harvey was a three-time first-team UAA honoree in cross country, placing in the top five his final three seasons, including a second-place finish as a senior. Harvey doubled as a standout track runner, becoming both the program’s first NCAA indoor qualifier and All-American at the indoor championships where he was a three-time competitor and two-time All-American in the mile run. Harvey also earned All-America recognition in the 5,000-meter run as a senior at the outdoor championships, finishing as the national runner-up, after competing in the 1,500-meter run the two seasons prior. He was also a leader in academics earning three College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America awards and received the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship following his career.