Winter Academic All-Ivy Announced

Winter Academic All-Ivy Announced

Chelsey Binkley, Sr., Women's Gymnastics, Literature and Culture in English (Marietta, Ga.)
ECAC Scholar Athlete of the Year/ECAC All-Academic selection; Earned All-ECAC honors on the vault.

Krista Consiglio, Sr., Women's Skiing, Political Science (Bethany, Conn.)
Third at Nationals combined (First Team All-American); Team captain; Seventh at Nationals in giant slalom; Fifth at Nationals in slalom.

Natascha Mangan, Sr., Women's Swimming and Diving, Biomedical Engineering (Keizer, Ore.)
Set the fourth-fastest time in program history in the 100 fly at the 2011 Ivy League Championships (55.81), finishing 13th in the event.

Hannah Passafuime, Jr., Women's Basketball, History (Soquel, Calif.)
Brown's second-leading scorer with 9.4 ppg; One of just two Bears to have started in all 28 games this season.

Brynn Smith, Sr., Women's Track and Field, Public Policy and American Institutions (Saco, Maine)
First Team All-Ivy in both shot put and weight throw at 2011 Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships.

Ryan Kikuchi
, Sr., Men's Swimming and Diving, Commerce, Organizations and Entrepreneurship (Temecula, Calif.)
Swam the program's eighth-fastest time at the 2011 Ivy League Championships in the 200 backstroke (1:49.98) and was part of the 400 medley relay that finished fifth at the Ivy League Championships.

Adrian Leanza, Sr., Men's Squash, Chemistry (Denver, Colo.)
Brown's number one player this season; Nominated for CSA Sportsmanship award.

Jack Maclellan, Jr., Men's Hockey, Commerce, Organizations and Entrepreneurship (Calgary, Alberta)
Second Team All-ECAC Hockey; Team's assistant captain; Team's leading scorer with 31 points and 17 assists.

Peter Sullivan, Sr., Men's Basketball, Commerce, Organizations and Entrepreneurship (Wilmette, Ill.)
Finished as Brown's fourth all-time leading scorer with 1,361 points.

Harry Zolnierczyk, Sr., Men's Hockey, Economics (Toronto, Ontario)
Team captain; Ivy League Player of the Year; First Team All-Ivy; Team's leading scorer with 31 points, scored 16 goals including six power play goals and three game-winning goals

Pictured: Harry Zolnierczyk '11. Photo by