The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for 2017-18 Academic All-Ivy honors in its winter sports today, and 10 Bulldogs were honored. The recipients were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and five women from its eligible student-athletes.
Jen Berkowitz, Sr., Women's Basketball, History of Science, Medicine and Public Health (Wayland, Mass.)
Led Yale to the WBI Championship, marking the first-ever postseason championship for an Ivy League women's basketball team; led Bulldogs to their first appearance at the Ivy League Basketball Tournament; first-team All-Ivy selection; ranked in the top 10 in the League in scoring and rebounding; 1,000 point career scorer.
Kaitlin Gately, Sr., Women's Ice Hockey, Political Science (Hingham, Mass.)
Played in 26 games; scored one goal and had eight assists; finished fifth on the team in scoring; her nine points marked a career-high; elected captain by her teammates.
Paedyn Gomes, Sr., Men's Track and Field, Mechanical Engineering (Chesterland, Ohio)
Earned second-team All-Ivy recognition by finishing second in the 60-meter hurdles; team captain.
Aaron Greenberg, Sr., Men's Swimming & Diving, Economics and History (Eden Prairie, Minn.)
NCAA Championship qualifier; claimed two titles at the Ivy League Men's Swimming & Diving Championships, winning both the 50 and 100 freestyle races.
Kei Hyogo, Sr., Men's Swimming & Diving, Economics and Mathematics (Yokohama, Japan)
NCAA Championship qualifier; awarded the Harold Ulen Career High point Swimmer Award at Ivy Championship; second-team All-Ivy in 500 freestyle and 400 individual medley.
Ilana Kamber, Sr., Women's Fencing, History, (Short Hills, N.J.)
Team captain; NCAA qualifier in sabre; won nine bouts at NCAAs, including one against third-place finisher Francesca Russo; finished in 17th place overall.
Arjun Kochhar, Sr., Men's Squash, Economics (Mumbai, India)
A regular in Yale's lineup all season long; played mostly in the No. 4 position.
Adam Larkin, Sr., Men's Ice Hockey, Economics (Clarkstown, Mich.)
One of Yale's top defensemen; played in all 31 games and had seven points on one goal and six assists; finished with five goals and 26 assists in his career; culminated a career that never saw a missed game due to injury.
Jocelyn Lehman, Sr., Women's Squash, Psychology (Greenwich, Conn.)
A regular in Yale's lineup all season long; played mostly in the No. 4 or No. 5 positions.
Cailley Silbert, Sr., Women's Swimming & Diving, Psychology and History of Science, Medicine and Public Health (Short Hills, N.J.)
Received the Career High Point Swimmer Award at Ivy League Championships; Ivy League Champion in 1,000 and 1,650-yard freestyles.