Kantrovitz Named Ivy League Player of the Week

(Apr. 2, 2001) -- Brown senior Dan Kantrovitz was named the Ivy League's Player of the Week on Monday, April 2, following a week that saw him collect 12 hits and extend his hitting streak to eight games.

Kantrovitz, who raised his average to a team-high .392, went 12-for-21 last week, including four multiple-hit games. In addition to hitting at a .571 clip, Kantrovitz drove in six runs. In Brown's split against Princeton on Sunday, Kantrovitz had six hits, including a four-hit effort with two doubles and three RBI in Brown's 10-7 win over the Tigers.

Kantrovitz was the 1999 Blair Bat winner as the Ivy League's top hitter, when he he hit .478 in league play. He finished that season with a 24-game hitting streak, and is currently in the midst of an eight-game hitting streak.

Brown hosts Vermont in a doubleheader on Tuesday, and will play a twinbill against Boston College on Thursday.