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PRINCETON, N.J. – Three members of the Dartmouth women’s soccer team received All-Ivy honors for their hard work on the field in 2016, as announced by the league office on Thursday.

“It’s nice to see these three named to the all Ivy team,” said Big Green head coach, Ron Rainey. “It will also be great to have Remy, Brittany and Lindsay return in the fall. We hope to use that momentum to help the team reach new heights in 2017.”

Remy Borinsky received First Team All-Ivy honors after a solid sophomore campaign. Borinsky finished the season with four points, including a goal in a 3-1 victory at home against Albany. She was a key contributor on the field for Dartmouth, starting in all 16 games played. It is the second All-Ivy accolade for the Warren, N.J. native after Borinsky was named to the All-Ivy Second Team in 2015.

Junior Brittany Champagne also received All-Ivy honors for the second time in her career after she was tabbed for the Second Team. Champagne also finished the season with points and scored in the victory over the Great Danes at Burnham Field. Starting all 16 games played, Champagne took 10 shots, eight of which were on goal.

The Big Green also had one player receive Honorable Mention, as junior Lindsay Knutson was a solid player on the defensive side of the field, helping to limit the Big Green’s opponents to just 15 goals in 2016.

Harvard’s Midge Purce took home Offensive Player of the Year honors after she led all Ancient Eight teams with 12 goals. Christine Etzel of Brown was named Defensive Player of the Year, while Aerial Chavarin was chosen as Rookie of the Year. The Crimson’s Chris Hamblin led Harvard to its first Ivy League championship since 2014 and was selected as Coach of the Year.

*Midge Purce, Harvard (Sr., F – Olney, Md.)

*Christine Etzel, Brown (So., GK – Madison, Conn.)

*Aerial Chavarin, Yale (Fr., F – Oakland, Calif.)

Chris Hamblin, Harvard

*Midge Purce, Harvard (Sr., F – Olney, Md.)
Tyler Lussi, Princeton (Sr., F – Lutherville, Md.)
Aerial Chavarin, Yale (Fr., F – Oakland, Calif.)
*Carly Gould, Brown (Sr., M – Hampton Falls, N.H.)
Remy Borinsky, Dartmouth (So., M – Warren, N.J.)
Carly Rotatori, Harvard (Sr., M – Summit, N.J.)
Emily Sands, Penn (Fr., M – West Chester, Pa.)
Maclaine Lehan, Brown (Jr., D – Shrewsbury, Mass.)
Dani Stollar, Harvard (Jr., D – Honolulu, Hawaii)
Paige Lombard, Penn (Sr., D – Belleair Bluffs, Fla.)
Jesse McDonough, Princeton (Sr., D – Monmouth Beach, N.J.)
*Christine Etzel, Brown (So., GK – Madison, Conn. )

Amaris Hemmings, Columbia (So., F – Bronx, N.Y.)
Rachel Garcia, Harvard (Sr., F – Duluth, Ga.)
Mimi Asom, Princeton (So., F – Dallas, Texas)
Natalie Neshat, Columbia (Jr., M – San Diego, Calif.)
Elizabeth Crowell, Cornell (Sr., M – Hamburg, N.Y.)
Natalie Larkin, Princeton (Jr., M – Washington, D.C.)
Natalie Ambrose, Columbia (Jr., D – Sisters, Ore.)
Brittany Champagne, Dartmouth (Jr., D – Suffield, Conn.)
Bailey Gary, Harvard (Sr., D – Davis, Calif.)
Carlin Hudson, Yale (Jr., D – Berkeley, Calif.)
Allison Spencer, Columbia (Sr., GK – Salt Lake City, Utah)

Celia Story, Brown (So., F – Bainbridge Island, Wash.)
Emma Loving, Penn (Fr., F – Doylestown, Pa.)
Abby Givens, Princeton (Fr., F – Charlotte, N.C.)
Lindsay Knutson, Dartmouth (Jr., M – Wilton, Conn.)
Allie Trzaska, Penn (So., M – Yardley, Pa.)
Vanessa Gregoire, Princeton (Jr., M – Beaconsfield, Que.)
Nicole Phillips, Brown (So., D – Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.)
Kerry Manion, Columbia (Jr., D – Westlake Village, Calif.)
Amalya Johnson, Columbia (Fr., D – Montclair, N.J.)
Meghan Kennedy, Cornell (So., GK – Santa Clarita, Calif.)
Lizzie Durack, Harvard (Sr., GK – Sydney, Australia)

*Unanimous Selection
^First Team Expanded Due To Tie In Voting