10 Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-Ivy Recognition

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The honor is based on teamwork and maintaining a grade point average of at least 3.0.

10 Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-Ivy Recognition
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Ten Dartmouth student-athletes were honored with Academic All-Ivy recognition for the 2017 spring season, the league office announced last week.

To qualify for a spot on the conference’s top academic team during the spring, a student-athlete must make a major contribution to their team in addition to maintaining at least a 3.0 grade point average. Members of the Class of 2017 were prominently featured, capturing seven of the 10 spots on the list, with two juniors and one sophomore.

Spencer Furey ’17 is the lone individual to have received this award in the past, having been honored as a junior last year. The nine others earn the academic recognition for the first time in their Big Green careers.

Pictured above, the student athletes are, from left in top row: Dustin Shirley ’18, Madeleine Cooney ’17, Nico Robinson ’17, Catherine Roddy ’19, and Spencer Furey ’17, and from left in bottom row: Meg Rauner ’17, David White ’17, Karen Chaw ’17, Richie Loftus ’18, and Helen Schlachtenhaufen ’17.

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