Ten Bulldogs Honored With Spring Academic All-Ivy Selection

June 3, 2008

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Ten Yale student-athletes were honored as the Ivy League released its list of those selected for Academic All-Ivy recognition in spring sports Tuesday. To be eligible, student-athletes had to be starters 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.

Name

Year

Hometown

Major

Tyler Casertano

Sr

Millbrook, N.Y.

History

Lacrosse

Second-team All-Ivy; Led team with 21 assists and 41 points

Victor Cheng

Sr

Seattle, Wash.

Computer Science

Track & Field

Ivy champion in 100m and 200m; First Yale double winner in 37 years

Brian Irving

Sr

Hamden, Conn.

Philosophy

Baseball

Second-team All-Ivy; Lead Ivy League with 59 strikeouts in 51,1 innings

Roman Rezanowicz

Sr

Oakland, Calif.

Hisory

Lightweight Crew

Sits in the No. 5 seat for the varsity, which took third at Easterns

Jack Vogelsang

Sr

Buffalo, N.Y.

African-American Studies

Heavyweight Crew

Sat in the No 6 seat for the varsity eight, which was fourth at Easterns

Lindsay Donaldson

Sr

Lincoln, Mass.

History

Track & Field

Second-team All-Ivy in 3000m and 5000m; NCAA qualifier

Megan Enyeart

Jr

Goleta, Calif.

Architecture

Softball

Among all-time top 10 at Yale in doubles (29) and RBI (60)

Lindsay Hong

Sr

Honolulu, Hawaii

Biomedical Engineering

Golf

12th at the Ivy League Championship; Won individual title at Yale Fall Invite

Jamie Redman

Sr

Spokane, Wash.

History of Science/Medicine

Crew

Team won NCAA championship; Three-year member of varsity eight

Lauren Taylor

Sr

Manhasset, N.Y.

History of Science/Medicine

Lacrosse

Four-time first-team All-Ivy pick; Led League in goals (17) and assists (10)

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