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April 11, 2013

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2012-13

PRINCETON, N.J. -- The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2012-13 Academic All-Ivy honors in its winter 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
Anthony Borelli, Sr., Men's Ice Hockey, Economics (Grand Island, N.Y.)
First-team All-Ivy selection as a goaltender; third-team All-ECAC Hocked; ranked nationally in goals against average (fifth) and save percentage (third).

Lauren Clarke, Jr., Women's Basketball, Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizations (Colts Neck, N.J.)
Second-team All-Ivy; was the Ivy League's seventh-leading scorer at 13.1 points per game.

Katherine Hawrot, Jr., Women's Fencing, Health and Human Biology (Barrington, R.I.)
Second-team All-Ivy; finished fifth in foil at the Ivy League Round-Robins.

Kristin Jackson, Sr., Women's Swimming & Diving, Environmental Studies (Falmouth, Maine)
Finished fourth at Ivy League Championships in the 200 breaststroke; recorded the second-fastest times in school history in the 100 and 200 breaststroke.

Emma Leblanc, Jr., Women's Skiing, Biology (Darien, Conn.)
ECSC MacConnell Division Skier of the Year.

Kelly McGuire, Sr., Women's Fencing, Neuroscience and Visual Arts (Park City, Utah)
Placed 10th at the NCAA Championship and third at the NCAA Regionals in epée.

Dennis Robertson, Jr., Men's Ice Hockey, Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizations (Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada)
First-team All-Ivy as a defenseman; team captain.

Michelle Shnayder, Jr., Women's Gymnastics, Neuroscience and Science & Society (Lincolnshire, Ill.)
All-around champion at the Ivy Classic; second-team All-ECAC.

Matthew Sullivan, Sr., Men's Basketball, Economics (Wilmette, Ill.)
First-team Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-American; second-team All-Ivy; scored 1,033 career points to become the 25th player in school history to reach 1,000 career points; team captain.

William Watterson, Jr., Wrestling, History (Pound Ridge, N.Y.)
Qualified at the NCAA Championship by placing fourth at the EIWA Championships at 125 pounds.

Columbia
Brian Barbour, Sr., Men's Basketball, History (Alamo, Calif.)
Second-team All-Ivy; led the team in scoring (12.1 ppg); ranked eighth in the country in assist/turnover ratio (2.95); ended career as the only player in school history to record 1,000 points and 300 steals.

Marvellous Iheukwumere, Jr., Women's Track & Field, Psychology (Austin, Texas)
Won the 60m (7.5) and claimed her second-consecutive 200m title (24.46) at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships.

Alena Kluge, Jr., Women's Swimming & Diving, Psychology (Macungie, Pa.)
Set school record in the 200 backstroke (1:58.29) at the NCAA Championships.

Harrison McFann, Jr., Men's Track & Field, Film Studies (Gahanna, Ohio)
Second-team All-Ivy in the 800 and 4x800 relay at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships; member of the distance medley relay team that set the school record.

Katie Meili, Sr., Women's Swimming & Diving, Psychology (Colleyville, Texas)
Earned All-America honors in the 100 breaststroke (third) and 200 breaststroke (ninth) at the NCAA Championships; named Most Outstanding Swimmer of the Ivy League Championships for a second-consecutive year.

Nzingha Prescod, Jr., Women's Fencing, Sustainable Development (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
First-team All-Ivy; claimed 10th-place at the Torino Foil World Cup; returned to the school after competing for the United States in the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Katie Quan, Jr., Women's Squash, Financial Economics (Edison, N.J.)
Helped the team finish 11th in the CSA, the highest ranking in the three-year history of the program; played in each match, winning six individual contests.

Steve Santos, Sr., Wrestling, Financial Economics (Brick, N.J.)
Finished third in 149 pounds at the NCAA Championships to earn All-America status; EIWA Champion at 149 pounds; first-team All-Ivy at 149 pounds.

William Spear, So., Men's Fencing, Undeclared (Wynantskill, N.Y.)
Second-team All-America and first-team All-Ivy in sabre.

Anthony Zou, Sr., Men's Squash, Biology (Short Hills, N.J.)
Went 3-2 at the CSA Individual Championships to become the school's first three-time participant in the event; posted eight individual victories.

Cornell
Eitan Chemerinski, Sr., Men's Basketball, Applied Economics & Management (Potomac, Md.)
Two-time Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District; ended career as the school's all-time leader in field goal percentage (.617).

Nick D'Agostino, Sr., Men's Ice Hockey, Industrial and Labor Relations (Bolton, Ontario, Canada)
Senior CLASS Award nominee; member of Sphinx Head and Red Key Honor Societies; team tri-captain.

Kyle Dake, Sr., Wrestling, Development Sociology (Ithaca, N.Y.)
Four-time NCAA champion in four different weight classes; won the Hodge Award; named Ivy League and EIWA Wrestler of the Year.

Allyson DiMagno, Jr., Women's Basketball, Biological Sciences (Fairport, N.Y.)
Second-team All-Ivy; first-team Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District; led the League and ranked 12th in the nation in rebounds per game (11.5).

Bruno Hortelano-Roig, Sr., Men's Track & Field, Biological Engineering (Burlington, Ontario, Canada)
Won the 400m and placed second in 4x400m relay at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships; holds the school record in the 200m.

Aditya Jagtap, So, Men's Squash, Development Sociology (Mumbai, India)
All-Ivy; finished with a 14-4 record at No. 2, helping the team to finish seventh nationally.

Brianne Jenner, Jr., Women's Ice Hockey, Government (Oakville, Ontario, Canada)
AHCA first-team All-America; named Ivy League and ECAC Hockey Player of the Year; led Ivy League and ECAC Hockey championship team with 70 points.

Jaime Laird, Sr., Women's Squash, Environmental Engineering (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
Two-time second-team All-American; finished the season ranked 19th in the country.

Lauriane Rougeau, Sr., Women's Ice Hockey, Nutritional Sciences (Beaconsfield, Quebec, Canada)
AHCA second-team All-America for the fourth time in her career; won ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman Award for the second-straight year; named first-team All-Ivy and All-ECAC Hockey.

Rachel Sorna, Jr., Women's Track & Field, Environmental Engineering (Hopewell Junction, N.Y.)
Won the 3,000m and took second in the 5,000m at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships; set school records in the 3,000m and 5,000m; placed 11th to earn second-team All-America status at NCAAs in the 5,000m.

Dartmouth
Katy Feng, Jr., Women's Swimming & Diving, Psychology (Westford, Mass.)
Became the second diver in school history to win the 3m diving title at the Ivy League Championships; received first-team All-Ivy status; named Karl B. Michael High Point Diver of the Meet.

Chris Hanson, Sr., Men's Squash, Psychology (Greenwich, Conn.)
Four-time All-Ivy; finished senior season with a 13-5 record (4-3 in Ivy League play) at the No. 1 position.

Annie Hart, Jr., Women's Skiing, Government (Stillwater, Minn.)
Named All-America and EISA first-team All-East for the second-straight year.

Jenna Hobeika, Sr., Women's Ice Hockey, Engineering (Alpine, N.J.)
Tied for the team lead with 14 assists; recorded four goals and nine assists in Ivy League play; scored game-winning goal vs. Colgate; three-year team captain.

Sarah Loucks, Sr., Women's Squash, Classical Languages & Literature (Boston)
Won nine of her last 10 matches to finish the season 11-6 overall, 3-4 in the Ivy League.

Gabas Maldunas, So., Men's Basketball, Undeclared (Panevezys, Lithuania)
Second-team All-Ivy; led the team in scoring (11.4 ppg) and was one of three Ivy players to rank in top 10 in scoring and rebounding (6.9 rpg); led the Ivy League in rebounds in conference games (7.4 rpg).

Tyler Sikura, So., Men's Ice Hockey, Undeclared (Aurora, Ontario, Canada)
First-team All-Ivy; led the team in goals, assists and points (31); was a finalist for ECAC Hockey Best Defensive Forward Award.

Sam Tarling, Sr., Men's Skiing, Environmental Sciences (Cumberland, Maine)
Second-team All-America in freestyle nordic to earn fourth All-America in his career; named three-time EISA first-team All-East.

Nicola Zimmer, Jr., Women's Basketball, Government (Chevy Chase, Md.)
Honorable mention All-Ivy; named to the Blue Sky Classic All-Tournament Team; team captain; second on team in scoring (8.9 ppg) and led squad in scoring in Ivy League play (11.2 ppg).

Nejc Zupan, Jr., Men's Swimming & Diving, Economics (Kamnik, Slovenia)
Earned All-America in the 200 breast; won three individual titles (200 IM, 400 IM, 200 breast) at Ivy League Championships to earn Phil Moriarity Swimmer of the Meet honors; earned first-team All-Ivy status for the third-straight year.

Harvard
Peregrine Badger, So., Men's Fencing, Biomedical Engineering (Providence, R.I.)
Tied for third at the NCAA Championship, winning 17 of 23 bouts, to earn first-team All-America honors; finished sixth at NCAA Regional; placed third and picked up a bronze medal in epée at the Garret Penn State Open.

Adabelle Ekechukwu, Jr., Women's Track & Field, Neurobiology (Oak Brook, Ill.)
Earned All-America accolades in the weight throw; became the first Ivy League woman to eclipse the 20-meter mark in the weight throw; won the weight throw title at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships, earning Most Outstanding Field Performer of the Meet honors; helped the team to its first Ivy League title since 2000; team captain.

Ali Farag, Jr., Men's Squash, Engineering Sciences (Cairo)
Ivy League Co-Player of the Year for second-straight conference Player of the Year honor; went 16-2 on the year playing at No. 1, including 7-0 in the Ivy League; reached the semifinals of the CSA Individual Championships, falling in the semifinals to the eventual national champion; guided the Crimson to a share of its first Ivy League title since 2006.

Laura Gemmell, Sr., Women's Squash, Human Evolutionary Biology (Toronto)
Earned All-Ivy honors for the fourth consecutive season; finished the year 14-3, including 7-0 in Ivy League play, despite battling injuries all season; helped the team win its second-consecutive Howe Cup title and third in four years; advanced to the quarterfinals of the CSA Individual Championships before losing to the eventual runner-up. 

Alexandra Kiefer, Jr., Women's Fencing, Human Evolutionary Biology (Lexington, Ky.)
Placed sixth in foil at NCAA Championships, earning second-team All-America honors; won bronze medal at NCAA Regionals; won 15 bouts overall, including a 11-7 mark at Ivy League Round-Robins; team co-captain.

Victoria Lippert, Sr., Women's Basketball, History & Science (San Diego)
Four-time All-Ivy selection, earning first-team honors as a senior; ranks sixth in school history and 24th in Ivy League history with 1,520 points; also ranks first in program history for career appearances (117), second for career three-pointers (185) and fourth for career field goals (568); earned Ivy League Player of the Week twice.

Mike Mosca, So., Men's Swimming & Diving, History & Science (Tenafly, N.J.)
Qualified for the NCAA Championships; holds school records in 1m and 3m diving boards; won 1m and 3m diving at the Ivy League Championships to earn Karl B. Michael High Point Diver of the Meet award.

Walter Peppelman, Sr., Wrestling, Government (Harrisburg, Pa.)
Three-time NCAA qualifier at the NCAA Championships, twice earning All-America honors; two-time EIWA finalist and three-time EIWA placewinner; named All-Ivy three times, earning unanimous first-team honors at 157 pounds as a senior; ranks fifth in career wins (111) and third in career falls (31) in school history; posted an 18-3 overall record as senior, including an undefeated 13-0 mark in dual meets.

Chris Satterthwaite, Jr., Men's Swimming & Diving, Statistics (Edina, Minn.)
Two-event qualifier in the 100 and 200 free at the NCAA Championships; holds school record in the 100-free and a member of three school record setting relay teams.

Erika Veidis, So., Women's Track & Field, Government (Sparta, N.J.)
Qualifer in the 800m at the NCAA Championships, earning All-America accolades; was a nominee for the NCAA Elite 89 award; won the 800m and finished second in the 4x800m relay at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships; helped the team to its first Ivy League title since 2000.

Penn
Nabilla Ariffin, Sr., Women's Squash, Urban Studies (Penang, Malaysia)
Four-time CSA second-team All-America and three-time first-team All-Ivy; ranked 13th in the nation; played at the No. 1 spot as a senior; team tri-captain.

Alyssa Baron, Jr., Women's Basketball, Communication (Miami)
Led the team to second-most wins in program history and to its first postseason wins; unanimous first-team All-Ivy; led Penn and ranked fourth in the Ivy League in scoring (14.1 ppg) and was second in the League in assists (3.8 apg) and third in steals (1.9 spg); team tri-captain.

Davielle Brown, Sr., Women's Track & Field, Philosophy, Politics & Economics (Warren, N.J.)
Set personal best (12-5 ½) placing fourth in the pole vault at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships; the mark is second-best in school history and one centimeter off the school record.

C.J. Cobb, So., Wrestling, Environmental Studies (Williamstown, N.J.)
Qualifier at 141 pounds at the NCAA Championships, was a finalist at 141 pounds at the EIWA Championships; named second-team All-Ivy at 141 pounds; tied for the team lead with 25 wins over (7-2 Ivy, 12-3 EIWA) with wins over seven ranked foes; ended season ranked 11th nationally.

Dan Greenberg, Sr., Men's Squash, Biological Basis of Behavior (Bala Cynwyd, Pa.)
Played the entire season as the team's No. 1 player; had a win in the team's opening-round match of the Hoehn Cup; team captain.

Dau Jok, Jr., Men's Basketball, Philosophy (Des Moines, Iowa)
Played in 29 of the team's 31 games this, averaging 3.7 points and 2.2 rebounds per game; posted three double-figure scoring games; team captain.

Megan Milavec, Sr., Women's Gymnastics, Biology (Venetia, Pa.)
First-team All-ECAC in the beam and all-around, helping the school to its second-straight ECAC title; won beam individual title at the Ivy Classic with third-highest beam score in program history.

Michael Mills, Jr., Men's Fencing, Economics (Short Hills, N.J.)
NCAA champion in saber; first-team All-Ivy in saber; recorded a 36-5 record in team bouts.

Luona Wang, So., Women's Fencing, Undeclared (Vestavia Hills, Ala.)
Finished fifth in foil at the NCAA Championship to earn second-team All-America honors; posted a 39-12 record for team-best .765 win percentage; became the first foilist in school history to win an individual title at Garret Open since 1979.

Rhoads Worster, Jr., Men's Swimming & Diving, Economics (Yardley, Pa.)
Set two school records at Ivy League Championships in the 100-fly (fourth) and as the anchor leg of the 400-free relay; team captain.

Princeton
Peter Callahan, Sr., Men's Track & Field, History (Evanston, Ill.)
NCAA champion in the distance medley relay, earning first-team All-America honors; won the one mile run and was part of Princeton's distance medley relay winning team at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships to earn Outstanding Track Performer of the Meet and first-team All-Ivy honors.

Julie Cerullo, Sr., Women's Squash, French & Italian (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Four-time, first-team All-America; named All-Ivy while leading the team to the Ivy League title.

Samuel Kang, So., Men's Squash, Undeclared (Singapore)
Finished ranked ninth nationally; named All-Ivy playing at the No. 2 spot; led the team to an Ivy League title.

Kate Miller, Sr., Women Basketball, Economics-Finance Certificate (Rumson, N.J.)
Started and played in all 29 games as a senior, averaging 5.8 points and 3.4 rebounds per game; a member of a team that won four-straight Ivy League titles and participated in four-straight NCAA Championships.

Eliza Stone, Sr., Women's Fencing, Politics (Chicago)
NCAA champion in saber; four-time All-America, went 16-0 in saber at the Ivy League Round-Robin to earn first-team All-Ivy in saber and the Most Outstanding Performer award; member of a team that won four-straight Ivy League titles.

Robert Stone, Jr., Men's Fencing, Politics (Chicago)
Finished seventh in saber at the NCAA Championship to earn second-team All-America honors.

Stevie Vines, Sr., Men's Swimming & Diving, Psychology (Smyrna, Ga.)
Finished second in 1m and 3m diving at the Ivy League Championships; earned the Ron Keenhold Career High Point Diver award; was a four-time Ivy team champion.

Tory Worthen, Sr., Women's Track & Field, Psychology (Holland, Pa.)
Won pole vault champion for seventh time (four indoor, three outdoor) at the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships.

Jonathan Yergler, Sr., Men's Fencing, psychology, (Winter Park, Fla.)
Finished second in epée at the NCAA Championship, earning All-America honors for a fourth time; won the NCAA epée title in 2012 and also finished as the national runner-up in 2011.

Rachel Zambrowicz, Jr., Women's Swimming & Diving, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (The Woodlands, Texas)
Finished second in 1m diving at the Ivy League Championships, earning second-team All-Ivy.

Yale
Kenneth Chan, Sr., Men's Squash, Economics (Singapore)
First-team All-Ivy at the No. 1 position.

Tara Feld, Sr., Women's Gymnastics, Biomedical Engineering (Buffalo Grove, Ill.)
Qualifier in the USA Gymnastics Collegiate Nationals; won the floor exercise individual title at the Ivy Classic.

Katie Harrison, Sr., Women's Squash, Political Science (Greenwich, Conn.)
Helped the team to the consolation final in the Howe Cup and a fifth-place finish nationally.

Antoine Laganiere, Sr., Men's Ice Hockey, Economics (Ile Cadieux, Quebec, Canada)
Second-team All-Ivy as a forward; sits third on the team with 14 goals.

Sam Martin, Sr., Men's Basketball, Political Science (West Warwick, R.I.)
Totalled a career-high 34 three-pointers; finished second in the Ivy League in three-point field goal percentage (.459).

Paige Meneses, Sr., Women's Swimming & Diving, Political Science (St. Louis)
Place second in 3m diving at the Ivy League Championships; earned the Ron Keenhold Career High Point Diver Award.

Madeline Oliver, Sr., Women's Fencing, History of Art (Bethesda, Md.)
Finished 10th in saber at the NCAA Championship.

Aaron Seriff-Cullick, Sr., Swimming & Diving, Art (Austin, Texas)
Finished 21st in 3m diving at the Ivy League Championships.

William Zhao, Sr., Men's Fencing, Classics, Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry (New York)
Qualifier in saber at the NCAA Regionals.

Alyssa Zupon, Sr., Women's Ice Hockey, Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology (Basking Ridge, N.J.)
Won the ECAC Hockey Mandi Schwartz Award; finalist for the BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award.