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PRINCETON, N.J.Ten Dartmouth student-athletes were honored with Academic All-Ivy recognition for the 2016-17 winter season, the league office announced Thursday.

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.

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

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

Jacqueline Barnes/ Women’s Squash / Senior / Chevy Chase, Md./ Neuroscience
- 3.32 GPA
- Senior captain
-Competed in 14 matches at the No. 1 position with five wins

Joby Bernstein / Swimming & Diving / Senior / Larchmont, N.Y./ Economics
- 3.94 GPA
- Swam the 1650 free, 1000 free and 500 free at the Ivy League Championships
-Named most inspirational and most outstanding swimmer on the team

Evan Boudreaux / Men’s Basketball / Sophomore / Lake Forest, Ill. / Undeclared
- 3.36 GPA
-USBWA All-District I, NABC All-District Second Team, All-Ivy League Second Team
-Led league in rebounding, second in scoring, averaged double-double in league play

Glen Brickman / Men’s Squash / Senior / Greenwich, Conn. / Economics
- 3.68 GPA
- Co-captain
-Led Dartmouth to its first Hoehn Cup victory since 2001, 3-0 at Team Championships, including a hard-fought four-game victory in the Hoehn Cup final

Troy Crema / Men’s Hockey / Senior / Toronto, Ontario / Economics
- 3.12 GPA
- First Team All-Ivy and Third Team All-ECAC Hockey
-Led team in scoring with a career-high 29 points

Brian McLaughlin / Skiing / Junior / Topsfield, Mass. / Engineering
- 3.58 GPA
- All-America First Team for finishing third in giant slalom at NCAAs
-Seven podium finishes during the season with four victories

Foreste Peterson / Skiing / Junior / Berkeley, Calif. / Environmental Studies
- 3.72 GPA
- All-America First Team for finishing third in the slalom at NCAAs,
-Four podium finishes during the season with three victories

Mackenzie St. Onge/ Women’s Hockey / Senior / Stowe, Vt. / Psychology
- 3.72 GPA
- Two goals and five assists for career-high seven points as a senior
-Scored first goal since freshman season in 2-1 defeat of Union, had one point in each of team’s final five games

Amy Sun / Swimming & Diving/ Senior / W. Vancouver, B.C. / Sociology
- 3.74 GPA
- Competed in 100 free, 50 free, 200 free, 800 free relay, 200 free relay and 400 free relay at the Ivy League Championships
-Received team award for contributions

Fanni Szabo / Women’s Basketball / Senior / Budapest, Hungary / Psychology
- 3.24 GPA
- 10th all-time leading scorer at Dartmouth (1,295 pts.),
-Finished 6th in FG made (499) and 3FG made (148), 11th all-time in steals with 179