Fall Academic All-Ivy Announced

The flags at Dewitt Family Field (Ken Yanagisawa photo)

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The Ivy League has released its list of student-athletes selected for 2011 All-Ivy Academic honors in fall sports. Ten Yale student athletes were selected.

Here are Yale’s honorees:

Taylor Cramm, Sr., Volleyball, Economics (Laguna Niguel, Calif.)
Captained the Bulldogs to their third Ivy title in the last four years; honorable-mention All-Ivy selection.

Marcus DiLallo, Sr., Men’s Soccer, Psychology (Wellington, Fla.)
Started all 17 games; tied for the team lead with five assists; helped anchor a defense that yielded only 16 goals and posted four shutouts.

Cliff Foreman, Sr., Football, History (Washington)
Had 14 solos and 16 overall tackles as a regular at defensive end; finished with 4.5 tackles for loss, including two sacks.

Kristen Forster, Jr., Women’s Soccer, Psychology (Trumbull, Calif.)
Started all 17 games; scored three goals, including two game-winners; finished with eight points.

Nihal Kayali, Jr., Women’s Cross Country, Political Science (La Jolla, Calif.)
Yale's third finisher at the 2011 Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country Championships; helped Bulldogs to best League finish in five years.

Kirsten Krebs, Sr., Field Hockey, Psychology (Selinsgrove, Pa.)
Appeared in all 17 games; finished with 10 points on four goals and two assists.

Dinah Landshut, Sr., Field Hockey, Economics (Hamburg, Germany)
Second-team All-Mideast Region; unanimous first-team All-Ivy; finished with 16 assists, one shy of school record.

Kevin Lunn, Jr., Men’s Cross Country, Humanities (Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Second-team All-Ivy after finishing 13th at the 2011 Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country Championships; Yale's top finisher at NCAA Regionals.

Wes Moyer, Sr., Football, Psychology (Alameda, Calif.)
A starting linebacker until a late season injury; finished with 21 solo tackles and 26 overall stops.

Julian Sheinbaum, Sr., Men’s Cross Country, History (Scarsdale, N.Y.)
One of the Bulldogs' regular scorers; helped Yale to an 11th-place finish at the NCAA Regionals.