Ten Tigers Earn Fall Academic All-Ivy Recognition
The Ivy League has announced its list of student-athletes selected for 2015-16 Academic All-Ivy honors in its fall sports. Each institution nominated five men and five women from its eligible student-athletes, and Princeton's honorees are listed below.
Patrick Barba, Jr., Men's Soccer, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (San Diego)
First-Team All-Ivy; starting back; had one assist.
Lizzie Bird, Jr., Cross Country, Woodrow Wilson School (Saint Albans, Great Britain)
Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country champion; placed third at Regionals; finished 58th at NCAAs.
Emily de la Bruyere, Sr., Women's Cross Country, Woodrow Wilson School (New York)
Regional Runner-Up; placed fourth at Ivy League Heps; Rhodes Scholar finalist.
Kate Ferrara, Sr., Field Hockey, History (Spring City, Pa.)
Started all 18 games; had an assist.
Chad Kanoff, Football, Jr., Woodrow Wilson School (Pacific Palisades, Calif.)
Threw for 2,295 yards in his first season as Princeton’s starting quarterback.
Tyler Kaye, So., Sprint Football, Computer Science (New York)
Second-team All-CSFL offense; top-10 in the league in yards per catch, receiving yards per game, receiving touchdowns, receiving yards and receptions per game.
Brett Kelly, Sr., Men's Cross Country, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (Gilbertsville, Pa.)
Earned USTFCCCA All-Region; Tigers’ No. 4 runner.
Natalie Larkin, So., Women's Soccer, So., Undeclared (Washington)
Second-team All-Ivy while finishing third on the team with five goals.
Vikram Pothuri, Jr., Men's Soccer, Molecular Biology (North Potomac, Md.)
Starting midfielder who had two assists.
Mikaela Symanovich, Women's Soccer, So., Undeclared (San Francisco)
Honorable mention All-Ivy while finishing third on the team with six assists.