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Winter Academic All-Ivy Announced

(Photo courtesy of Ken Yanagisawa)
(Photo courtesy of Ken Yanagisawa)

10 Yale Student-Athletes Selected

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - The Ivy League has released its list of student-athletes selected for 2015-16 Academic All-Ivy honors in its winter sports, and 10 Yale student-athletes were honored. The 80 overall men and women were 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 five women from its eligible student-athletes. 

Eva Fabian, Sr., Women's Swimming & Diving, Music (Keene, N.H.)
NCAA qualifier in the 1650-yard freestyle; Recipient of Career High Point Swimmer Award at Ivy League Championships.

Sam Fenwick, Sr., Men's Squash, Political Science (Cardiff, United Kingdom)
Earned All-Ivy recognition for the second straight year; Had a 5-1 record against Ivy competition playing in the No. 3 position.

Janelle Ferrara, Sr., Women's Ice Hockey, Psychology (Winthrop, Mass.)
Team captain; Led team with 12 goals; Had at least one point in 10 of Yale's final 14 games.

Brian Hogan, Sr., Men's Swimming & Diving, Economics & Mathematics (Scarsdale, N.Y.)
NCAA Championships qualifier in the 500- and 1,650-yard freestyle; Earned second team All-Ivy recognition in the 1,000-yard freestyle.

Cody Learned, Sr., Men's Ice Hockey, Political Science (Amherst, N.H.)
Played in 31 games and had six goals and six assists; Finished with a +8 plus/minus rating which was among the team's best.

Joanna Lew, Jr., Women's Fencing, Chemistry (Durham, N.C.)
Team captain; Finished 20th in the saber at the NCAA Championships; Two-time NCAA qualifier; Placed ninth at the NCAA Northeast Regional.

Ian Richards, Jr., Men's Fencing, Economics (Chevy Chase, Md.)
Three-time NCAA Regional qualifier; Finished a career-best 19th at the NCAA Regional in saber.

Nick Victor, Sr., Men's Basketball, Political Science (Dallas)
Honorable Mention All-Ivy; Sixth in the Ivy League in rebounding (7.2 rpg.), fifth in blocked shots (1.3 per game) and tied for seventh in three-point field goal percentage (.432).

Tatiana Winkelman, Jr., Women's Gymnastics, Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology (Lexington, Mass.)
ECAC Scholar Athlete of Year; ECAC uneven bars co-champion; Scored the second-highest score on beam in school history.

Whitney Wyckoff, Sr., Women's Basketball, History (West Chester, Ohio)
Started 30 games and averaged 9.1 points, which was third on team; Selected as CoSIDA Academic All-District and to the WBCA's "So You Want To Be A Coach" program.