Spring Academic All-Ivy Announced
PROVIDENCE, RI -- The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2013 spring Academic All-Ivy, with 10 Brown student-athletes earning recognition. The five men and five women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average.
Clay Del Prince, Sr., Lacrosse, Human Biology (Hamburg, N.Y.)
CoSIDA Academic All-District; Senior CLASS Finalist; All-New England selection; led team in caused turnovers.
Morgan Gerlak, Jr., Heavyweight Rowing,
Economics (Baltimore, Md.)
Second-team All-Ivy; member of varsity eight runner-up at EARC Sprints; part of varsity eight boat that placed third at IRA Championships.
Nelson Hargrove, Jr., Golf, Community Health
Second-team All-Ivy; placed eighth overall at Ivy League Championship.
Cody Slaughter, Sr., Baseball, Economics (New
Port Richey, Fla.)
CoSIDA Academic All-District First Baseman; finished season with 33 hits and 11 RBI.
Kenneth Thompson, Sr., Outdoor Track &
Field, Economics (Riverdale, N.Y.)
NCAA East Regional qualifier in triple jump; placed third at Ivy League Championship; finished seventh at IC4A Championships.
Tessa Gobbo, Sr., Rowing, Sociology (Chesterfield, N.H.)
Part of varsity eight boat that took 12th at NCAA Championship; First-team CRCA All-Region.
Misia Krasowski, Sr., Tennis, International
Relations (Deerfield, Ill.)
First-team All-Ivy Doubles; set school record for doubles wins in a season by a team; finished year 22-9, 6-1 Ivy at No. 1 Doubles.
Lindsay Minges, Sr., Lacrosse, Public Policy
and American Institutions (Rochester, N.Y.)
Two-year Captain; Third on team in points (26) and goals (24); started all 15 games.
Stephanie Thompson, Sr., Softball, Neuroscience
Honorable Mention All-Ivy; led League in on-base percentage (.541); led team in batting average (.412), hits (35), runs (16) and walks (24); ranks first in program history in career batting average (.436) and hits (191).
Kate Woods, Jr., Water Polo, Community Health
(La Jolla, Calif.)
First-team CWPA Southern Division; led team in assists (71) and steals (93); second on the squad in scoring (59).