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December 18, 2013

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2013-14

PRINCETON, N.J. -- The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2013-14 Academic All-Ivy honors in its fall sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and women from its eligible student-athletes. The full list, alphabetically by institution, follows.

Brown
MC Barrett, Sr., Women’s Soccer, Economics (Ithaca, N.Y.)
Second-team All-Ivy; recorded an .800 save percentage and 1.00 GAA while playing in the second half of all 17 games; credited with seven of Brown’s 10 wins.

Heidi Caldwell, Sr., Women’s Cross Country, Environmental Studies (Hanover, N.H.)
Placed 24th overall at the NCAA Northeast Regional; finished 11th overall at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships; took second overall while the team placed first at the Rothenburg Race.

Kathryn Conner, Jr., Volleyball, Economics (Newport Beach, Calif.)
CoSIDA/Capital One First Team Academic All-District; first on the team and fifth in the Ivy League in digs per set (3.68); ranks fifth all-time at Brown with 3.64 digs per set.

James McNamara, Sr., Water Polo, History (Encino, Calif.)
CWPA Northern Division First Team selection; third on team with 53 goals; competed at the 19th World Maccabiah Games last July.

Shannon McSweeney, Jr., Field Hockey, Mechanical Engineering (Boxborough, Mass.)
Tri-captain; honorable mention All-Ivy; ranked third in the Ivy League in save percentage (.771) and first in saves per game (10.1).

Alison Mullin, Sr., Women’s Soccer, Cognitive Neuroscience (Boulder, Colo.)
CoSIDA/Capital One First Team Academic All-District; recorded both of her goals on Nov. 8 at Yale; Academic All-Ivy in 2012.

Alexander Norocea, Sr., Football, Business, Entrepreneurship, Organizations (Hermosa Beach, Calif.)
First-team All-Ivy; CoSIDA/Capital One First Team Academic All-District; All-New England Football Team Selection; third in Ivy League history with 44 field goals.

Adewole Oyalowo, Sr., Football, Neuroscience (Bowie, Md.)
First-team All-Ivy; CoSIDA/ Capital One First Team Academic All-District; second on the team with 63 tackles; third in the Ivy League in tackles for loss (12).

Josh Weiner, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Business, Entrepreneurship, Organizations (Armonk, N.Y.)
Honorable mention All-Ivy, 2013 NEISL All-Star; Ivy League leader in saves (67); three shutouts in 2013.

Michael Yules, Sr., Football, Economics (South Dartmouth, Mass.)
First-team All-Ivy; CoSIDA/Capital One first-team Academic All-America; All-New England Football Team selection; third in the Ivy League in sacks (six).

Columbia
Nicolas Composto, Sr., Men’s Cross Country, History (Chicago)
Earned All-America honors at the NCAA Championships; named All-Region with a 10th place finish at NCAA Northeast Regional; runner-up at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships to help Lions win the team title.

Danielle Cosentino, Sr., Field Hockey, Financial Economics (Basking Ridge, N.J.)
Played in 16 games, making six starts; recorded one goal, a game-winner, and two assists.

Brian East, Sr., Football, Sociology (Carmel, Ind.)
Played in all 10 games and made nine starts; second on the squad and ranked fourth in the Ivy League with 84 tackles; posted two interceptions, including one for touchdown.

Christina Freibott, So., Field Hockey, Undeclared (Wilmington, Del.)
Second-team NFHCA All-Mideast Region; second-team All-Ivy; posted five goals and six assists to rank second on team.

Jack Gagne, Jr., Men’s Soccer, Liberal Arts (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Played in 16 games, making 14 starts in the backfield; scored one goal this season.

John Gregorek, Sr., Men’s Cross Country, History (Seekonk, Mass.)
Picked up first-team All-Ivy honors after his fourth-place finish at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships; placed second at NCAA Northeast Regionals.

Beverly Leon, Sr., Women’s Soccer, History (Wrentham, Mass.)
Two-time second-team All-Ivy selection; compiled a career-high 24 points on nine goals and six assists.

Waverly Neer, Jr., Women’s Cross Country, Anthropology (Russiaville, Ind.)
Placed second at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships; took fourth-place at the NCAA Northeast Regionals and qualified for the NCAA Championships.

Henning Sauerbier, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Financial Economics (Dueren, Germany)
Played in 16 games, making 13 starts in the midfield; registered two assists; Ivy League Rookie of the Year in 2010; two-time All-Ivy League honoree.

Bailey Springer, So., Volleyball, Undeclared (Fort Worth, Texas)
Second-team All-Ivy; led conference in kills (3.55) and points (3.89) per set; posted seven double-doubles; reached 20+ kills twice.

Cornell
Rachel D’Epagnier, Sr., Volleyball, Human Factors & Ergonomics (Coopersburg, Pa.)
Two-time second-team All-Ivy; ranked second on the team in kills per set (2.12).

Grant Gellatly, Sr., Football, Industrial & Labor Relations (Issaquah, Wash.)
Second-team All-America; first-team All-Ivy; CoSIDA/Capital One second-team Academic All-American; set Cornell single-season records for receptions and receiving yards.

Carolyn Horner, Sr., Field Hockey, Government (Allentown, N.J.)
Two-time first-team All-Ivy; ranked second in program history in career shutouts (eight), fourth in winning percentage (.548), seventh in career victories (17), ninth in goals-against average (2.39) and 10th in both career saves (229) and save percentage (.787).

Jeff Mathews, Sr., Football, Applied Economics & Management (Camarillo, Calif.)
Set 47 Cornell and 18 Ivy League records; second-team All-Ivy; invited to play in 89th East-West Shrine Game; top-20 finalist for Walter Payton Award.

Brendan Miller, Sr., Sprint Football, Hotel Administration (Glen Rock, N.J.)
Second-team All-CSFL; finished as the team’s leader in total offense with 10 total touchdowns (six passing, four rushing).

Rachel Nichols, Sr., Women’s Soccer, Human Development (Fairfax Station, Va.)
All-Ivy second team; finished her career with 13 assists (sixth in Cornell history); had career-high 10 points in 2013.

Emily Shearer, Sr., Women’s Cross Country, Biological Sciences/Government (Lafayette, Calif.)
Earned All-Ivy honors and finished sixth at 2013 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships; helped team to NCAA championship appearance; Marshall Scholar.

Patrick Slogic, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Environmental Engineering (Colorado Springs, Colo.)
Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year; first-team All-Ivy and All-Region; CoSIDA/Capital One Academic All-District and first-team NSCAA Scholar All-East region.

Rachel Sorna, Sr., Women’s Cross Country, Environmental Engineering (Hopewell Junction, N.Y.)
Earned All-Ivy honors with a third-place finish at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships; received All-America honors for the second-straight year with a 14th-place performance at the NCAA Championship; Marshall Scholar.

Zach Zagorski, Jr., Men’s Soccer, Applied Economics & Management (Westfield, N.J.)
Honorable mention All-Ivy and honorable mention NSCAA Scholar All-East Region; posted a 7-2-2 record and tied a program record for lowest individual goals against average in a single season at 0.60.

Dartmouth
John Bleday, Sr., Men’s Cross Country, Economics (Westwood, Mass.)
Earned second-team All-Ivy honors after placing ninth at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships; finished eighth at NCAA Regionals and took home USTFCCCA All-Region honors.

Emma Brush, Sr., Women’s Soccer, English (Gross Point Park, Mich.)
CoSIDA Academic All-District; first-team All-Ivy; led team in both goals (six) and points (17); finished tied for sixth in Ivy points, seventh in goals and eighth in assists; tallied three game-winning goals, tied for first in League.

Paige Caridi, So., Volleyball, Undeclared (Austin, Texas)
All-Ivy honorable mention; led the team with 261 kills and 284 digs; produced 11 double-doubles this season, highlighted by seven in conference matches; had 10 or more kills in 13 of 26 contests in 2013, ending the campaign with four straight double-digit kill performances; set a career-high with 25 kills against Princeton; ranked ninth in the league in kills per set with 2.69 and 10th in points per set with 2.99.

Abbey D’Agostino, Sr., Women’s Cross Country, Psychology (Topsfield, Mass.)
Became first Ivy on either men’s or women’s sides to win an individual title at NCAA Cross Country Championships; earned USA Track & Field National Athlete of the Week and USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Year honors after her win at NCAAs; placed first at Ivy League Heptagonal Championship for second time of her career to help Big Green win the team title; earned Honda Sports Award for cross country.

Brandon DeBot, Sr., Men’s Tennis, Government (Stevens Point, Wis.)
Won his flight at the Columbia Classic in the Fall.

Cole Marcoux, Sr., Football, Sociology (New York)
All-Ivy Honorable Mention; caught 15 passes for 206 yards and a touchdown from his tight end position.

Melissa Matsuoka, Sr., Women’s Tennis, History (Newport Beach, Calif.)
Took fifth in doubles in Michelle O Flight at Tribe Invitational; finished 3-0 in the Big Green Invitational.

Olivia Quaglia, Sr., Field Hockey, Anthropology (Los Altos, Calif.)
All-Ivy honorable mention; played and started in all 17 games for the fourth straight season; shattered her career highs in all statistical categories as she scored six goals and dished out six assists for 18 points; led the team with five defensive saves, another career high.

Michael Runger, Sr., Football, Economics (Lisle, Ill.)
CoSIDA Academic All-America second team; FCS All-New England team; All-Ivy first team; led team in tackles for second-straight season, with 85, ranking third in the Ivy League; twice earned Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week; recorded his first career interception in Big Green’s four-OT loss at Penn.

Colin Skelly, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Economics (Wrightstown, Pa.)
All-Ivy first team; only player to start all 17 games for the Big Green; big part of a defense that allowed 1.11 goals against this season; finished his career with 69 games played and 67 starts; was invited to participate in the NEISL All-Star Game.

Harvard
Cheta Emba, Jr., Women’s Soccer, History & Science (Glen Allen, Va.)
Named to the All-Ivy second team; saw 13 games of action between the pipes, earning 10 starts; boasted a 0.14 goals against average, allowing just one goal in 626 minutes; posted a 5-1-2 record.

Ross Friedman, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Government (Bexley, Ohio)
Named to the All-Ivy second team; ranked fifth in the nation in assists per game (0.59) and sixth in total assists (10); led team in scoring with 12 points; 10 assists are tied for fifth-highest single season total in team history.

Viviana Hanley, Jr., Women’s Cross Country, Sociology (Attleboro, Mass.)
Named USTFCCCA All-Region honoree; All-Ivy second team member; finished eighth at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships; placed 18th overall at the NCAA Regionals.

Noah Harrison, So., Water Polo, Molecular & Cellular Biology (Huntington Beach, Calif.)
Earned CWPA Northern Division second-team honors; named CWPA Player of the Week four times; led the team with 70 goals and 69 steals.

Jenn Hatfield, Sr., Field Hockey, Psychology (St. Louis)
All-Ivy Honorable Mention; second in the League with 1.95 goals-against average; fifth in the League with 90 saves, fourth with a .738 save percentage.

Peyton Johnson, Sr., Women’s Soccer, Undeclared, East Asian Studies (Catonsville, Md.)  
Unanimous All-Ivy first team selection at defense; NEWISA Senior Bowl selection; one of three players to start all 18 matches; first on the team with six assists, ranking third in the League.

Evan Mendez, So., Men’s Soccer, Undeclared (Ballston Spa, N.Y.)
First-team All-Ivy selection; led all Ivy League goalies with five league wins and .851 save percentage; ranked second in the League with 0.85 goals-against average

Paul Stanton, Jr., So., Football, Undeclared (Kenner, La.)
All-Ivy second team; finished second in the Ivy League with 17 touchdowns and was fourth with 1,098 all-purpose yards; third in the League with 936 rushing yards; 15 rushing touchdowns rank third-most for a single-season in team history.

Kathleen Wallace, So., Volleyball, Undeclared (San Francisco)
All-Ivy League first team; helped squad to a second place finish in the Ivy League, its best conference finish since 2004; led the team with 2.56 kills per game and .249 hitting percentage; averaged 2.80 kills per set during conference play.

Ricky Zorn, Sr., Football, Economics (Dallas)
All-Ivy Second Team; led team with 50 receptions and 700 receiving yards; 50 catches rank 11th most for a single-season in program history.

Penn
Stephen Baker, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Communication (Fairport, N.Y.)
Helped Quakers win the Ivy League title; fourth on team with nine points; fifth in the Ivy League with 43 shots; scored the overtime game-winner against Yale to earn Ivy League Player of the Week.

Michael Bass, Sr., Sprint Football, Health & Societies (Moorestown, N.J.)
First-team All-CSFL; led team in receptions (28) and receiving yards (419); four touchdown catches were tied for second on the team; 2-for-2 on field goals and 8-for-9 on PAT’s as placekicker.

Chris Bush, Sr., Football, Accounting (Westwood, N.J.)
First-team All-Ivy; started all 10 games at center; led an offense that averaged 26.1 points per game in League play; Two-Time Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area.

Caroline Dwyer, So., Women’s Soccer, Undeclared (Exton, Pa.)
Third-team NSCAA All-America; first-team NSCAA All-Region; Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year; first-team All-Ivy.

Elyssa Gensib, So., Women’s Cross Country, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering (Princeton, N.J.)
Recorded personal-best at NCAA Regionals (21:10 in 6k); finished first among Penn runners at Pre-Nationals; placed second at Regionals and Friend Big 5; third at Paul Short Invitational; took fourth at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.

Louis Schott, Jr., Men’s Soccer, Cinema Studies (Medina, Wash.)
Helped Quakers win Ivy League title; first-team All-Ivy; fifth on team with seven points, surpassing his total from his first two seasons combined; both tallies were game-winners.

Dani Shepherd, Sr., Volleyball, Communication (Los Angeles)
AVCA Northeast All-Region Honorable Mention; two-time Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year; three-time first-team All-Ivy; led the Ivy League and ranked 11th nationally in digs per set (5.52).

Brendan Smith, So., Men’s Cross Country, Undeclared (Fayetteville, N.Y.)
Earned Mid-Atlantic All-Region honors after running personal record at NCAA Regional meet (30:41 for 10k); second on team at Ivy League Heptagonal and NCAA Regional Championships; finished third at Paul Short Invitational.

Carly Sokach, Jr., Field Hockey, Biology & Classical Studies (West Pittston, Pa.)
First-team All-Ivy; two-time Ivy League Player of the Week; helped Quakers to second-place finish in the League standings; ended year ranked 11th nationally in save percentage and 14th nationally in saves per game.

Kalijah Terilli, So., Women’s Soccer, Undeclared (Bronx, N.Y.)
First-team All-Ivy; led Ivy League and was sixth nationally in goals-against-average (0.47); led Ivy League and was 47th nationally in save percentage (0.829); recorded nine solo shutouts and shared two other shutouts.

Princeton
Alejandro Arroyo Yamin, Sr., Men’s Cross Country, Architecture (Leon, Mexico)
Named to All-Ivy second team after placing 12th at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships; earned USTFCCCA All-Region honors thanks to a seventh-place finish at NCAA Regionals; finished 73rd at NCAA Championship.

Philip Bhaya, Sr., Football, History (Haddonfield, N.J.)
Second-team All-Ivy; served as co-captain; finished second on the team with 65 tackles; returned an interception for a touchdown in the home victory over Yale.

Emily de La Bruyere, Jr., Women’s Cross Country, Woodrow Wilson School (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
Earned second-team All-Ivy honors after placing 10th at Ivy League Heptagonal Championship; took 13th at NCAA Regionals en route to USTFCCCA All-Region accolades; competed in NCAA Championship.

Allison Evans, Jr., Field Hockey, Psychology (Macungie, Pa.)
Second-team All-Ivy; third All-Ivy selection of her career; team’s second-leading scorer with nine goals; also tallied five assists for 23 points in 17 starts.

A.J. Galainena, Sr., Water Polo, Economics (Burr Ridge, Ill.)
Tigers were regular-season Southern Division champions; three-time CWPA Scholar Athlete Team; three-time AWPCA All-Academic Team.

Darcy Hargadon, Jr., Women’s Soccer, Politics (Oak Park, Ill.)
Started 12 games in goal and played a team-high 1,140:59 minutes; finished 4-4-4 on the year; recorded a career-high 29 saves and posted a personal-best five shutouts.

Nicole Kincade, Jr., Volleyball, Psychology (Franklin Lakes, N.J.)
Ranked third in the Ivy League with a .328 hitting percentage; recorded 145 kills, fourth-best on the team; also tallied 18 assists and 20 aces.

Josh Miller, So., Men’s Soccer, Undeclared (Portland, Ore.)
First-team All-Ivy; started all 17 games at center back; helped to hold teams to just 9.9 shots per game and 4.1 shots on goal per game.

Cameron Porter, Jr., Men’s Soccer, Computer Science (Dayton, Ohio)
Unanimous first-team All-Ivy selection; led the League in points (21) and goals (nine); also tallied one assist; earned Ivy League Player of the Week twice, the only Ivy player to do so.

Julia Reinprecht, Sr., Field Hockey, Politics (North Wales, Pa.)
Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year; unanimous selection for All-Ivy first team; Longstreth/NFHCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region first team and NFHCA All-America first team; team tri captain; helped lead Tigers to NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.

Yale
Nick Alers, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Economics (San Jose, Costa Rica)
First-team All-Ivy; anchored Yale’s defense, playing every minute of every game; Senior CLASS Award candidate; Cosida Academic All-America first team; third Academic All-America honor and second first-team award.

McHaney Carter, Sr., Volleyball, Ethics, Politics & Economics (Southlake, Texas)
Helped lead Yale to its fourth-straight Ivy League title; led the Bulldogs in blocks per set; her class finished with a 51-5 Ivy record over their four years.

Millie Chapman, Sr., Women’s Cross Country, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (Beverly, Mass.)
Yale’s fourth finisher at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship; ran her best time of the season at NCAA Regionals.

Michael Cunetta, Sr., Men’s Cross Country, Economics (Seattle)
Among Yale’s top seven finishers at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship; raced in NCAA Regionals for the first time in his career.

Brooke Gogel, Sr., Field Hockey, Political Science (Bronxville, N.Y.)
Appeared in all 17 games for the Bulldogs; tallied five points on two goals and one assist.

Peter Jacobson, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Chemical Engineering (Ann Arbor, Mich.)
Led team with five goals on the year; tied for the team lead with 11 points; finished his career with 17 goals.

Max McKiernan, Sr., Men’s Soccer, History (Louisville, Ky.)
Honorable mention All-Ivy; earned All-Ivy honors for the third time in his career; one of only two players to start all 17 games; scored one goal on the year. Started 60 games through the course of his career.  

Shannon McSweeney, Sr., Women’s Soccer, Psychology (Stow, Mass.)
Second-team All-Ivy; started 15 games at midfield; tallied three points on the year, finishing with a goal and an assist; started 40 games over her career.

John Oppenheimer, Sr., Football, Economics (Menlo Park, Calif.)
Honorable mention All-Ivy selection; his second career All-Ivy selection; a three-year starter, he started all 10 games at center for the Bulldogs in 2013.

Emily Schuckert, Sr., Field Hockey, Environmental Engineering (Wilmington, Del.)
Set career-highs in assists (nine), goals (five) and points (19); led team in assists and ranked third in points; appeared in all 17 games.