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Kim Unanimous First Team All-Ivy League; Three Other Bulldogs Also Honored

Kim Unanimous First Team All-Ivy League; Three Other Bulldogs Also Honored

May 1, 2009

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Senior Janet Kim was named first team All-Ivy for the fourth straight year after being chosen as a unanimous selection for the first team by the league's coaches Friday. Junior Jessica Rhee and freshman Vicky Brook both earned second team All-Ivy selections and sophomore Lindsay Clark earned an honorable mention selection. All four were also part of the two Yale doubles teams that earned All-Ivy honors.

Kim, who has played No. 1 singles the last three years, earned first team All-Ivy after posting a 4-3 Ivy League record this season. Outside of the Ivy League in the spring, Kim went 9-4 with wins over both the No. 28 and No. 45 ranked singles players in the nation. In the fall, Kim went 10-4 and recorded another victory at the Cissie Leary Invitational. Kim, who was the Ivy League Player of the Year last season as a junior, finished this season ranked No. 115 in the ITA national rankings.

Rhee earned All-Ivy honors for the third straight year with a second team All-Ivy selection. As a freshman, Rhee was named All-Ivy honorable mention after going 7-0 at No. 4 singles in the Ivy League. Last season as a sophomore, Rhee posted a 5-2 Ivy League record at No. 2 singles and earned second team All-Ivy honors. This season Rhee went 3-4 in the Ivy League from the No. 2 singles spot.

Brook earned second team All-Ivy honors this year in her first collegiate season. The freshman was phenomenal for Yale as she posted a perfect 7-0 record in the Ivy League at No. 3 singles.

Two Yale doubles teams earned second team All-Ivy doubles selections. The doubles team of Kim and Rhee was named second team All-Ivy doubles after posting a 5-2 Ivy League record at the No. 1 and No. 2 doubles spots. The duo of Brook and Clark went 4-3 in the Ivy League while switching off between No. 1 and No. 2 doubles.

Clark also earned an All-Ivy honorable singles mention. At the No. 4 singles spot, Clark went 6-1 in the Ivy League.

2009 Ivy Women's Tennis Postseason Awards

*Beier Ko, Harvard (Sr., Boca Raton, Fla.)

Lauren McHale, Princeton (Fr., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.)

Bianca Aboubakare, Brown (So., Orange, Calif.)
*Molly Scott, Dartmouth (So., Trabuco Canyon, Calif.)
*Beier Ko, Harvard (Sr., Boca Raton, Fla.)
*Hilary Bartlett, Princeton (Fr., New York, N.Y.)
*Lauren McHale, Princeton (Fr., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.)
*Janet Kim, Yale (Sr., Palisades Park, N.J.)

Bianca Aboubakare (So., Orange, Calif.) & Cassandra Herzberg (Fr., Miami Beach, Fla.), Brown
*Beier Ko (Sr., Boca Raton, Fla.) & Agnes Sibilski (So., Bethesda, Md.), Harvard
*Hilary Bartlett (Fr., New York, N.Y.) & Taylor Marable (So., Darien, Ill.), Princeton

Cassandra Herzberg, Brown (Fr., Miami Beach, Fla.)
Laura Peterzan, Harvard (Sr., London, England)
Maria Anisimova, Penn (Jr., Hallandale Beach, Fla.)
Melissa Saiontz, Princeton (Jr., Miami, Fla.)
Rachel Saiontz, Princeton (Fr., Miami, Fla.)
Vicky Brook, Yale (Fr., London, England) <
Jessica Rhee, Yale (Jr., Dayton, Ohio)

Molly Scott (So., Trabuco Cyn, Calif.) & Mary Beth Winingham (Jr., Carmel, Ind.), Dartmouth
Vicky Brook (Fr., London, England) & Lindsay Clark (So., Bernardsville, N.J.), Yale
Janet Kim (Sr., Palisades Park, N.J.) & Jessica Rhee (Jr., Dayton, Ohio), Yale

Samantha Rosenkrans, Harvard (So., Woodside, Calif.)
Ekaterina Kosminskaya, Penn (Jr., Moscow, Russia)
Lauren Sadaka, Penn (Sr., Great Neck, N.Y.)
Taylor Marable, Princeton (So., Darien, Ill.)
Lindsay Clark, Yale (So., Bernardsville, N.J.)

Holly Cao (Fr., Sydney, Australia) & Samantha Rosenkrans (So., Woodside, Calif.), Harvard
Lauren Sadaka (Sr., Great Neck, N.Y.) & Emily Wolf (Fr., New York, N.Y.), Penn
Lauren McHale (Fr., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.) & Rachel Saiontz (Fr., Miami, Fla.), Princeton

* Unanimous Selection

Report Filed by Steven Horn '10, Yale Sports Publicity