Related Links

HANOVER, N.H. — Senior Jackie Friedman was named Ivy League Defensive Player of The Year and First Team All-Ivy, while senior Lucielle Kozlov and freshman Remy Borinsky earned Second Team All-Ivy honors, as announced by the league office on Thursday. 

Friedman finished the season with four points and four assists for Dartmouth and was a key contributor on both sides of the ball. Due to Friedman’s persistent effort on defense, the Big Green’s opponents were limited to just 11 goals on the season.  In her finale year, Friedman started in all 16 games for the Big Green. This is the second consecutive season Friedman was tabbed for First Team All-Ivy Honors.

“It’s a neat honor for all of the players to be recognized by the Ivy League coaches and conference,” said Dartmouth head coach Ron Rainey. “I believe the individual awards reflect on the team and work put in by the group this year. For Jackie to be chosen as defensive player of the year shows the respect she has earned over her four years competing against the other ivies.”

After netting the game-winning goal on Saturday in a 1-0 victory over Cornell, Kozlov earned a spot on the All-Ivy Second Team. Kozlov was the team’s leading scorer with an impressive 11 goals and 24 points. Also earning a place on the Second Team was Borinsky, who scored one goal and tallied three assists in her first season in Hanover.

Dartmouth also had one player receive Honorable Mention, as sophomore Britney Champagne recorded five assists and five points this season.

For the second year in a row, Princeton’s Tyler Lussi was named offensive player of the year as she lead the Ancient Eight in goals (13), points (31) and shots (100). The Tigers’ Sean Driscoll was named Coach of The Year as he lead Princeton to the Ivy League title in his first season at the helm. Driscoll is the third coach to accomplish this feat alongside former Big Green coaches Erica Walsh and Ben Landis.

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
*Tyler Lussi, Princeton (Jr., F – Lutherville, Md.) 

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Jackie Friedman, Dartmouth (Sr., D – Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.)
 
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
*Mimi Asom, Princeton (Fr., F – Dallas)
 
COACH OF THE YEAR
Sean Driscoll, Princeton
 
FIRST-TEAM ALL-IVY
Caroline Dwyer, Penn (Sr., D – West Chester, Pa.)
Jackie Friedman, Dartmouth (Sr., D – Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.)
Bailey Gary, Harvard (Jr. D – Davis, Calif.)
Paige Lombard, Penn (Sr., D – Belleair Bluffs, Fla.)
Ellie Crowell, Cornell (Jr., M – Hamburg, N.Y.)
Carly Gould, Brown (Jr., M – Hampton Falls, N.H.)
Vanessa Gregoire, Princeton (So., M – Beaconsfield, Quebec, Canada)
Haley Washburn, Harvard (Sr. M – Folsom, Calif.)
*Tyler Lussi, Princeton (Jr., F – Lutherville, Md.)
*Midge Purce, Harvard (Jr., F – Olney, Md.)
Kelsey Tierney, Cornell (Jr., GK – Garden City, N.Y.)
 
SECOND-TEAM ALL-IVY
Natalie Ambrose, Columbia (So., D – Sisters, Ore.)
Emmy Sura, Princeton (Sr., D – Austin, Texas)
Charlotte Tate, Cornell (Sr., D – Westlake, Ohio)
Charlotte Beach, Brown (Sr., M – New Haven, Conn.)
Remy Borinsky, Dartmouth (Fr., M – Warren, N.J.)
Sofia Griff, Yale (Fr., M – Hastings on Hudson, N.Y.)
Natalie Larkin, Princeton (So., M – Washington)
Erin Mikolai, Penn (Sr., M – Quakertown, Pa.)
Mimi Asom, Princeton (Fr., F – Dallas)
Lucielle Kozlov, Dartmouth (Sr., F – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)
Lizzie Durack, Harvard (Jr., GK – Sydney)
 
HONORABLE MENTION
Marie Becker, Harvard (So. D – Kiel, Germany)
Brittany Champagne, Dartmouth (So., D – Suffield, Conn.)
Hannah Coy, Yale (So., D – Boca Raton, Fla.)
Mikaela Symanovich, Princeton (So., D – San Francisco)
Shanay Fischer, Cornell (Sr., M – Newport Beach, Calif.)
Emily Mosbacher, Harvard (Sr. M – Woodside, Calif.)
Dani Stollar, Harvard (So. M – Honolulu)
Allie Trzaska, Penn (Fr., M – Yardley, Pa.)
Michelle Alozie, Yale (Fr., F – Apple Valley, Calif.)
Emma Anderson, Columbia (Fr., F – Bethesda, Md.)
Rachel Garcia, Harvard (Jr., F – Duluth, Ga.)
Erin Katz, Brown (Sr., F – Montgomery, Ala.)
Christine Etzel, Brown (Fr., GK – Madison, Conn.)
Allie Spencer, Columbia (Jr., GK – Salt Lake City)
 
*-unanimous selection