Ten Dartmouth Athletes Earn Spring Academic All-Ivy
Each spring student-athletes that make a major contribution to their team and are able to maintain a 3.0 grade point average are eligible for Academic All-Ivy honors. The Dartmouth squad features six seniors, three juniors and one sophomore. Senior Peter Williamson (Hanover, N.H.) earned his third honor, senior Kip Dooley (Minneapolis, Minn.) made the team for the second time and eight Big Green athletes were selected for the first time.
In his final season with the men's golf team, Williamson earned the honor for the third time after achieving it in his sophomore and junior seasons. The studio art major won the Ivy League individual title for the second consecutive season and the third time in his career. He also was named All-Ivy for the fourth time in his career.
Senior Hayley Daniell (Hopkinton, N.J.) earned the honor for the first time in her senior season. The French major was a CRCA All-American. She earned her second straight CRCA all-region and scholar-athlete honors.
A member of the men's lacrosse team, Dooley, made the squad after also receiving the honor his junior season. Dooley was a captain this year, and finished second on the team in points with 26. An honorable mention All-Ivy selection, he was also a Lowe's Senior CLASS Award candidate.
Senior Sarah Plumb (Wellesley, Mass.), a member of the women's lacrosse team, was named to the Academic All-Ivy team for the first time. The government major helped lead the Big Green to their second straight NCAA Tournament appearance. She earned a first-team All-America honor and was the Ivy League's Player of the Year.
A psychology major and a member of the men's track and field team, junior Connor Reilly (Niskayuna, N.Y.) achieved his first Academic All-Ivy honor. He was a captain and the team's MVP. Reilly set a new school record in the indoor 60 meters.
On the softball team, senior Kat Hicks (Templeton, Calif.) achieved her first Academic All-Ivy honor. The chemistry major helped the team to a second-place finish in the North Division with the second-most doubles on the squad with 12. She earned an honorable mention All-Ivy honor.
Junior Josh Konieczny (Milbury, Ohio), a member of the lightweight crew team, made the team for the first time. The economics major stroked the lightweights to runner-up finishes at the EARC Springs and the IRA National Championship. The team finished the year ranked second in the country.
Senior Alexi Pappas (Alameda, Calif.) was named to the Academic All-Ivy squad for the first time from the women's track and field team. The English major was a first-team All-American in the 3,000-meter steeplechase by finishing third at nationals. She won the Heps steeplechase to achieve first-team All-Ivy honors.
A sophomore and a member of the baseball team, Jeff Keller (Atherton, Calif.) earned the academic honor in his second season. The economics major tied for fifth in the Ivy League with a .352 batting average. He was Academic All-District I and honorable mention All-Ivy.
Rounding out the team for the Big Green is junior Margaret Wilson (Templeton, Calif.) of the sailing team. A biology major, she was named second-team All-NEISA. Competed in the A-Division at the NEISA Championships and helped the team place 12th at the ICSA National Championship.
|Hayley Daniell||Sarah Plumb||Kat Hicks||Alexi Pappas||Molly Wilson|
|Peter Williamson||Kip Dooley||Connor Reilly||Josh Konieczny||Jeff Keller|