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Women’s All-Ivy Selections Named

The Ivy League has recognized five Brown players on the 2001-02 All-Ivy League Team, while senior Kristy Zamora wasnamed the Ivy League Co-Player of the Year.

Zamora, Cassie Turner and Katie Germain were each named to the First Team. Jessica Link earned second team honors, while senior Meredith Ostrander was named an Honorable Mention.

Zamora had an outstanding senior season. She totaled 28-19–47 on the season, which ranks 4th in the nation in points per game. She reached the 100 career point plateau Feb. 13 against Providence, and currently ranks 12th on Brown’s all-time career scoring list. Zamora’s co-Player of the Year honor marks the sixth time that a Brown player has received that recognition. The last player to achieve the feat was Ali Brewer in 2000.

Turner was the only unanimous selection on the First Team, recognizing her as the League’s top defender. She tallied eight assists in Ivy contests this season. Turner recorded totals of three goals and 14 assists on the season. This is the second time she has been honored by the Ivy League, as last season she was an Honorable Mention selection.

Germain was the league’s top goaltender, maintaining a .949 save percentage and a 1.75 goals against average. Her overall totals rank first in the ECAC-North in GAA and save percentage.

Link was one of only two freshmen to earn either first or second team honors. The rookie had a solid first season with the team. She tallied nine goals and three assists in Ivy games, and totaled 17-15-32 in all contests this
season, which ranked third on the team.

First Team All-Ivy League

Forward – Kristy Zamora, Brown (Sr., Oshawa, Ont.)
Forward – Kalen Ingram, Harvard (Jr., Peterborough, Ont.)
Forward – Carly Haggard, Dartmouth (Jr., Port Alberni, B.C.)
Forward – Kristin King, Dartmouth (Sr., Piqua, Ohio)
Defense – Cassie Turner, Brown (Jr., Campbellford, Ont.)*
Defense – Aviva Grumet-Morris, Princeton (Sr., Evanston, Ill.)
Goalie – Katie Germain, Brown (So., Sarnia, Ont.)
Goalie – Megan Van Beusekom, Princeton (So., Loretta, Minn.)

Second Team All-Ivy League

Forward – Nicole Corriero, Harvard (Fr., Thornhill, Ont.)
Forward – Gretchen Anderson, Princeton (So., Natick, Mass.)
Forward – Jessica Link, Brown (Fr., Clifton Park, N.Y.)
Defense – Jamie Hagerman, Harvard (Jr., Wenham, Mass.)
Defense – Brooke Bestwick, Cornell (Jr., Nanaimo, B.C.)
Goalie – Sanya Sandahl, Cornell (Jr., Superior, Wisc.)
Goalie – Amy Ferguson, Dartmouth (Jr., Pictou, N.S.)

Honorable Mention

Forwards: Jenel Bode, Cornell (Sr., Yorkton, Sask.), Kim McCullough,
Dartmouth (Sr., Toronto, Ont.); Defense: Meredith Ostrander, Brown
(Sr., Prescott, Ont.), Erinn Perushek, Cornell (Sr., Maple Grove,
Minn.), Louise Pietrangelo, Dartmouth (So., Niagara Falls, Ont.).

Player of the Year

Carly Haggard, Dartmouth (Jr., Port Alberni, B.C.)
Kristy Zamora, Brown (Sr., Oshawa, Ont.)

Rookie of the Year

Nicole Corriero, Harvard (Fr., Thornhill, Ont.)*

* = unanimous selection

Because of several ties in the voting, there are four forwards on the
first team (instead of three) and two goalies (instead of one) on the
first team. There are also two goalies (instead of one) on the second
team because of a tie in the voting.


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