Recognizing Fall Academic All-Ivy

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Just before the Christmas holiday, the Ivy League announced their 2014-15 Fall Season Academic All-Ivy honorees.  Fifteen of the eighty student-athletes recognized were cross country runners, including Heps Cross Country champion and All-American Megan Curham of Princeton.  Each school had at least one honoree who was a member of their cross country team.  These student-athletes, with a minimum grade-point average of 3.0, were selected in committee by their respective institutions. Congratulations to all.

Megan Curham, Princeton (So., Warren, N.J.) – undeclared
Anna Demaree, Yale (Sr., Marriotsville, Md.) – Economics
Caroline Kellner, Cornell (Jr., West Windsor, N.J.) – Science of Earth Systems
Sarah B. DeLozier, Dartmouth (Sr., Nashville, Tenn.) – English
Jordan Mann, Brown (Sr., St. Louis, Mo.) –  Applied Mathematics-Economics
Matt McDonald, Princeton (Sr., Annadale, N.J.) – Chemical & Biological Engineering
David Melly, Cornell (Sr., Newton, Mass.) – Government
Conner Paez, Penn (Sr., Solon, Ohio) – Biology
Thomas Purnell, Harvard (Jr., Gloucestershire, United Kingdom) – Economics
Isa Qasim, Yale (Sr., Wilmette, lll.) – Humanities
Tait Rutherford, Columbia (Jr., Fort Collins, Colo.) – Political Science
Olivia Sadler, Columbia (Jr., Bristol, England) – History
Silas Talbot, Dartmouth (Sr., Anchorage, Alaska) – English
Clarissa Whiting, Penn (So., Delta, Colo.) – undeclared
Cleo Whiting, Penn (So., Delta, Colo.) – undeclared
photo by Sami Aziz

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