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PRINCETON, N.J. — Ten Dartmouth student-athletes were honored with Academic All-Ivy recognition for the 2016 fall season, the league office announced shortly before the winter holiday.

To qualify for a spot on the conference’s top academic team in the fall, a student-athlete must make a major contribution to their team in addition to maintaining at least a 3.0 grade point average.

Six members of the Class of 2017 were recognized, with three juniors and one sophomore also being tabbed for their work as all-around student-athletes.

Emily Astarita and Taylor Ng each earned the honor for the second year in a row. 

The 10 Big Green student-athletes listed in alphabetical order with key information are as follows:

Emily Astarita / Volleyball / Senior / Setauket, N.Y. / Neuroscience
- 3.62 GPA
- Led team in kills, second in digs and blocks
- Academic All-District I
- All-Ivy League Honorable Mention

Remy Borinsky / Women’s Soccer / Sophomore / Warren, N.J. / Undeclared
- 3.78 GPA
- NSCAA All-Mid-Atlantic First Team
- First Team All-Ivy League

Ashli Cook / Women’s Rugby / Junior / Drexel, Pa. / History
- 3.36 GPA
- Among top five on the team in scoring
- Helped Dartmouth to its second straight Ivy Rugby title and a berth in the national postseason

Max Fliegner / Men’s Tennis / Junior / Beverly Hills, Mich. / Government
- 3.48 GPA
- 6-2 in fall doubles action, 4-5 in singles
- 16-5 in dual competition last spring to help team earn first-ever NCAA team bid

Julian Heninger / Men’s Cross Country / Senior / Lake Oswego, Ore. / English
- 3.58 GPA
- Dartmouth’s top finisher at the NCAA Championship meet
- First Team All-Ivy League

Jeffrey Lang / Men’s Golf / Senior / Lexington, Mass. / Economics
- 3.77 GPA
- Team captain
- Finished 12th at Cornell last spring; twice posted a low round of 70

Charlie Miller / Football / Senior / Shoreview, Minn. / Economics
- 3.48 GPA
- Academic All-District I
- Second Team All-Ivy League at defensive back

Taylor Ng / Women’s Tennis / Senior / Haddonfield, N.J. / Economics and Anthropology
- 3.78 GPA
- Ranked as high as 19th in singles and seventh in doubles nationally
- Advanced to semfinals of ITA Northeast Regional in both singles and doubles
- Unanimous First Team All-Ivy League in both singles and doubles
- Participated in NCAA doubles championship last spring

Wyatt Omsberg / Men’s Soccer / Junior / Scarborough, Maine / Government
- 3.49 GPA
- NSCAA All-America Third Team
- Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Ivy League
- Helped team advance to second round of NCAA Tournament

Helen Schlachtenhaufen / Women’s Cross Country / Senior / Lake Forest, Ill. / Psychology
- 3.71 GPA
- Top Big Green runner at Northeast Region, finishing 14th overall
- Second Team All-Ivy League