10 Bulldogs Earn Fall Academic All-Ivy Honors
All Shine In Classroom And On Field
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Ten Yale student-athletes have earned Fall Academic All-Ivy honors. Football players Patrick Witt and Jesse Reising, Jeff Perrella from the cross country team, soccer player Eric Meyer and lightweight rower William Zeng were honored on the men’s side. The women selected were soccer players Kate Macauley and Miyuki Hino, field hockey player Dinah Landshut, volleyball player Taylor Cramm and rower Stephanie Madner.
Witt, a history major, was the second team All-Ivy quarterback. He threw 12 touchdown passes and led Ivy QBs with 212 completions, 351 attempts and a 246-yard average.
Reising, an economics/political science major who was third on the team in tackles, was a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy.
Perrella, an economics major, was an NCAA qualifier and finished ninth at the Heptagonal Championships.
Meyer, a chemistry major, appeared in all 17 games and had two assists.
Zeng, a physics major, rows in Yale’s varsity eight. He was selected as a Rhodes Scholar earlier this fall.
Macauley, an economics major, appeared in 16 games in the midfield and had one assist.
Hino was one of only five players to start all 17 games. She scored three goals, including one game-winner. Hino is a chemical engineering major.
Landshut, a economics major, was a unanimous first team All-Ivy selection. She finished with 15 assists, one shy of the school record.
Cramm, an economics major, appeared in 23 matches for the Ivy League champion volleyball team. She finished with 73 kills and a .259 hitting percentage.
Madner rows in Yale’s varsity eight and helped the Bulldogs to an NCAA title last year. She is an economics major.