10 Bulldogs Honored
PRINCETON, N.J. -- The Ivy League has released its list of student-athletes selected for 2013-14 Academic All-Ivy honors in its spring sports and 10 Bulldogs were honored. Each was a starter or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and women from its eligible student-athletes.
Here are the Yale honorees:
Sam Bernstein, Sr., Golf, Political Science
Named Co-Ivy League Player of the Year; earned second-team All-Ivy recognition after finishing ninth at Ivy Championship; William Neely Mallory Award recipient.
Patrick Chase, Sr., Tennis, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (Portola Valley, Calif.)
Played mostly No. 2 doubles; competed in five of seven Ivy League matches.
Eugenia Custo Greig, Sr., Sailing, Literature (Miami)
Named ICSA Crew All-America; first-team All-NEISA crew; helped Bulldogs win Leonard M. Fowle Trophy as top collegiate team.
Oliver Fletcher, Sr., Heavyweight Crew, History (London)
Coxswain for the varsity eight for the third-straight year; guided Bulldogs to 6-1 dual-race record and grand final at IRA national championship.
Jacob Hunter, Sr., Baseball, Political Science (Tucson, Ariz.)
Batted .346; second on the team with eight double; .393 on base percentage was fourth on team; limited to 22 games due to injury.
Kristen Leung, Sr., Softball, Psychology (Manhasset, N.Y.)
Tied for second on the Yale pitching staff in wins; appeared in 16 games and made five starts.
Maddie Lips, Sr., Women's Crew, Political Science (Parker, Colo.)
Four-year varsity eight rower; team captain; helped varsity eight post a 9-2 record in the regular season.
Josh Mann, Sr., Lightweight Crew, Latin American Studies (Chicago)
Earned second-team All-Ivy recognition as part of Yale's varsity eight that finished second at Eastern Sprints; three-year member of varsity eight.
Kallie Parchman, Sr., Lacrosse, Psychology/Economics (Baltimore)
Recipient of the Yale Athletics' Meyer Humanitarian Award; appeared in six games, starting one.
Amanda Snajder, Sr., Track & Field, History of Science/History of Medicine (Monroe, Conn.)
School record holder in heptathlon and pentathlon; finished sixth in heptathlon (outdoors) and fifth in the pentathlon (indoors) at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.