Dealy, Raybould Named First Team All-Ivy
Nov. 16, 2004
After finishing the season tied for second in the league, the Yale men's soccer team had five players named to All-Ivy League teams. Seniors Andrew Dealy and Ryan Raybould were named first team All-Ivy while junior Jon Skalecki was named to the second team. Senior Lindsey Williams along with sophomore Alex Munns received honorable mention nods.
Dealy, a unanimous first team selection, finished his senior season second on the team in scoring with 15 points (6 goals, 3 assists). Two of his goals came in Yale's 4-2 victory against Princeton on November 13, for which he was named Ivy League Player of the Week. His 56 career points are the sixth best in Yale's history. He was also named this year to the CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team.
Raybould, the Yale captain, started all 17 games this year and was named to the first team. As a midfielder, he has notched three assists this season, two of which were on game-winning goals. He was also named to the All-Tournament Team at the Brown Classic. Last fall, he was named honorable mention All-Ivy and was again named to the All-Tournament team at the Brown Classic.
Skalecki, a second team All-Ivy selection, started all 17 games this year on defense and had one assist. It is the second consecutive year he has started every game after missing all of 2002 due to a knee injury.
Williams, who was named honorable mention, finished fourth on the team this year in scoring with 10 points (3 goals, 4 assists). One of his goals was the game-winner in Yale's 1-0 shutout of then 14th-ranked Penn on October 23. In addition, he was named to the All-Tournament Team at the Yale, Brown and Tulsa Tournaments. Last year, he was named honorable mention All-Ivy after finishing fourth on the team in goals with three and points with 7.
Munns, Yale's second honorable mention selection, appeared in 17 games this season and led the Bulldogs in scoring with 17 points (7 goals, 3 assists). Two of his goals were game-winners and he had a hat trick against Sacred Heart on October 20. He finished third on the team in goals as a freshman with four.