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02/09/16 - Alexander JetteJr/2017, Brown, 5-11, 175 (DS#999 WR)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Alexander Jette, Brown (Jr., WR/RS - North Attleboro, Mass.)...Jette a First Team All-Ivy selection in 2013 and a Second Team All-Ivy choice in 2014, ranked 11th in the nation and second in the Ivy League with 6.8 receptions per game. He led the Ivy League and ranked 23rd nationally in All-Purpose yards with 130.60, and was 13th nationally in receiving yards with 92.8 yards per game. Jette was selected the New England Player of the Week (Gold Helmet) after making 16 catches for 216 yards against Holy Cross. His 16 receptions rank seventh in the Brown record book, while his 216 receiving yards are ninth all-time at Brown. Jette, a Business Economics concentrator, was named the Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week after Brown's win over Princeton where he returned the opening kick-off 99 yards for a touchdown. - Brown Football

02/09/16 - Troy DolesSr/2016, Brown, 5-11, 190 (DS#999 WR)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Troy Doles, Brown (Sr., WR - Saratoga, Calif.)...A standout wide receiver for the Bears, Doles had 96.3 receiving yards per game, 10th best in the nation and second in the Ivy League. Doles also ranked 16th in the nation with 6.6 catches per game. He made nine catches for 112 yards in Brown's win over Holy Cross and excelled vs. Rhode Island with nine catches for 127 yards and a 20-yard touchdown. A Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizations concentrator, Doles hauled in six catches for 147 yards against Bryant, including an 83-yard touchdown catch, the third longest reception in Brown history. - Brown Football

02/09/16 - William TwymanSr/2016, Brown, 6-0, 250 (DS#999 ILB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): William Twyman, Brown (Sr., ILB - Sudbury, Mass.)...Twyman led the Bears and ranked fourth in the Ivy League with 77 total tackles, including 44 solo hits. He registered 5.0 tackles for a loss of 17 yards and had two quarterback sacks. Twyman, a Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizations concentrator stepped up in Brown's season ending win over Columbia with a career high 20 tackles, including 13 solo hits. He also posted big games with 11 tackles vs. Harvard and 10 tackles against Princeton. - Brown Football

02/09/16 - Alexander JetteJr/2017, Brown, 5-11, 175 (DS#999 WR)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Alexander Jette, Brown (Jr., WR/RS - North Attleboro, Mass.)...Jette a First Team All-Ivy selection in 2013 and a Second Team All-Ivy choice in 2014, ranked 11th in the nation and second in the Ivy League with 6.8 receptions per game. He led the Ivy League and ranked 23rd nationally in All-Purpose yards with 130.60, and was 13th nationally in receiving yards with 92.8 yards per game. - Brown Football

02/09/16 - Richard JarvisJr/2017, Brown, 6-1, 220 (DS#999 OLB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Richard Jarvis, Brown (Jr., DE - Watertown, Mass.)...Jarvis had a break-out year for the Bears and led the defensive front with 34 total tackles and ranked second on the Brown team with 6.5 tackles for a loss of 37 yards. A Biology concentrator at Brown, he intercepted a pass vs. Dartmouth, and was credited with a 10-yard sack for a safety against Holy Cross. Jarvis paced the Bears with a career high nine tackles vs. Penn, including one for a loss. - Brown Football

02/09/16 - Matthew GirardJr/2017, Brown, 6-2, 275 (DS#999 OG)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Matthew Girard, Brown (Jr., OL - Holyoke, Mass.)...Left tackle Dakota Girard, a Business Economics and CoSIDA Academic All-District selection and right tackle Matthew Girard, a Health and Human Biology concentrator, helped the Bears to the nation's 12th leading passing offense, second in the Ivy League, with 288.5 yards per game. The duo also played a key role in allowing less than one sack (0.9) per game, which led the Ivy League and ranked seventh in the nation. Overall, the Bears offensive line only allowed 4.4 tackles for a loss each game, ninth best nationally. - Brown Football

02/09/16 - Dakota GirardJr/2017, Brown, 6-2, 270 (DS#999 OG)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Dakota Girard, Brown (Jr., OL - Wellfleet, Mass.)...Left tackle Dakota Girard, a Business Economics and CoSIDA Academic All-District selection and right tackle Matthew Girard, a Health and Human Biology concentrator, helped the Bears to the nation's 12th leading passing offense, second in the Ivy League, with 288.5 yards per game. The duo also played a key role in allowing less than one sack (0.9) per game, which led the Ivy League and ranked seventh in the nation. Overall, the Bears offensive line only allowed 4.4 tackles for a loss each game, ninth best nationally. - Brown Football

02/09/16 - John LovettSo/2018, Princeton, 6-2, 225 (DS#999 QB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): John Lovett, Princeton (So., RB - Hyattsville, Md.)...Lovett turned heads immediately during his first season on the field. He rushed for nine touchdowns, including eight over a four-game stretch, threw for three touchdowns and caught a 42-yard touchdown pass at Brown. He averaged 6.5 yards per run, 12.7 per catch, and he completed 11 of his 15 passing attempts. He averaged an Ivy-best 7.5 points per game, and those didn’t factor in his three passing touchdowns. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Nolan BieckSr/2016, Princeton, 6-1, 190 (DS#23 K)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Nolan Bieck, Princeton (Sr., PK - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)...Bieck made 12 of 15 field goal attempts during his senior season, including a pair of kicks from 45 and one from 43. He also averaged 57.7 yards per kickoff, and he was 42 of 44 on extra points (both misses were blocked). The most impressive kick of his career was arguably his 45-yard field goal in a driving rain storm against Columbia during the Tigers’ 10-5 win. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Dorian WilliamsJr/2017, Princeton, 5-11, 205 (DS#43 FS)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Dorian Williams, Princeton (Jr., S - Streetsboro, Ohio)...Williams led Princeton and ranked second in the Ivy League with 91 tackles. He had five games with at least 10 tackles, including each of the last three, and he had 15 in the home finale against Yale. He added three pass breakups and two forced fumbles during the season. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Matt ArendsSr/2016, Princeton, 6-0, 220 (DS#999 OLB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Matt Arends, Princeton (Sr., LB - Prior Lake, Minn.)...Arends, a four-year starter in the defensive backfield who converted to linebacker last spring, ranked 13th in the Ivy League with 64 tackles this season. He put together one of the best two-game stretches by any Ivy defender midseason when he recorded 23 tackles, two forced fumbles, two breakups, one interception and one sacks in road games at Brown and Harvard. Arends was also a national semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, the top scholar-athlete honor in college football. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Joe RhattiganJr/2017, Princeton, 5-11, 205 (DS#999 RB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Joe Rhattigan, Princeton (Jr., RB - Naperville, Ill.)...Rhattigan ranked fourth in the Ivy League with 68.0 rushing yards per game, and he scored seven touchdowns on the season. He posted back-to-back 100-yard games this season, including a career-best 127 yards on 12 carries in the victory over Cornell. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Britt ColcoloughSr/2016, Princeton, 6-3, 298 (DS#999 OG)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Britt Colcolough, Princeton (Sr., OL - Memphis, Tenn.)...Colcolough started every game on the offensive line over his last two seasons, but he earned All-Ivy League honors at two different positions. After a second-team All-Ivy League season at tackle in 2014, he shifted to guard this season to fortify the run game. He helped lead Princeton to the third-ranked rushing offense in the league. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Anthony GaffneySr/2016, Princeton, 6-1, 210 (DS#40 FS)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Anthony Gaffney, Princeton (Sr., CB - Columbus, N.J.)...All-Ivy honors are nothing new to Gaffney, who has been recognized every year of his brilliant career. The 40-game starter at cornerback had 28 tackles, four breakups and an interception this season; he has been first-team All-Ivy three times (2012, defensive back; 2012, returner; 2013, defensive back) and All-Ivy honorable mention twice. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Dre NelsonSr/2016, Princeton, 5-05, 180 (DS#999 RB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Dré Nelson, Princeton (Sr., RB/RS - Stone Mountain, Ga.)...Nelson led the Ivy League with a 27.2-yard average on kick returns this season, and he had his third career kickoff return for a touchdown in the victory over Cornell. Nelson will graduate as the all-time Princeton leader in kickoff return yardage. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Tyler RothJr/2017, Princeton, 6-1, 190 (DS#999 P)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Tyler Roth, Princeton (Jr., P - Pittsburgh)...Roth earned All-Ivy honorable mention for a second straight season after ranking fourth in the league with a 39.7-yard punting average. He had seven punts of over 50 yards, and he had 10 end up inside the opposing 20. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Henry SchlossbergJr/2017, Princeton, 6-3, 280 (DS#999 DT)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Henry Schlossberg, Princeton (Jr., DL - Los Angeles)...Schlossberg led all Princeton defensive linemen with 43 tackles during his first season as a starter. He also had five tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks, including 1.5 in the season finale at Dartmouth. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Birk OlsonJr/2017, Princeton, 6-1, 245 (DS#999 OLB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Birk Olson, Princeton (Jr., DL - Monticello, Minn.)...Olson earned honorable mention after recording 42 tackles and 4.5 sacks, including two in the victory over Cornell. He had at least four tackles in eight games, and he had three quarterback hurries in the win over Lehigh. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Scott CarpenterJr/2017, Princeton, 6-2, 220 (DS#999 FB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Scott Carpenter, Princeton (Jr., TE - Vienna, Va.)...Carpenter earned All-Ivy honorable mention for the second straight after catching 24 passes for 225 yards at the tight end position. He had three touchdown catches, as well as the team’s lone two-point conversion against Cornell. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Mitchell SweigartSo/2018, Princeton, 6-5, 268 (DS#999 OT)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Mitchell Sweigart, Princeton (So., OL - Washington Boro, Pa.)...Sweigart was the full-time starter at tackle, and earned honorable mention after helping Princeton post the league’s second-ranked total offense. Sweigart, a member of the rotation last season, will be the Tigers’ most experienced lineman to build on for next season. - Princeton Football

02/09/16 - Chris FraserJr/2017, Cornell, 6-2, 208 (DS#6 P)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Chris Fraser, Cornell (Jr., P - Potomac, Md.)...Fraser is just the sixth Cornellian to earn first-team All-Ivy honors three times, joining offensive lineman Kevin Boothe (2003-05), linebacker Bob Lally (1971-73), running back Chad Levitt (1994-96), running back Ed Marinaro (1969-71) and quarterback Gary Wood (1961-63). One of 11 unanimous first-team selections, he ranked fourth in the FCS and first in the Ivy League in punting average at 45.1 yards per kick. It was the third straight year Fraser led the Ivy League in punting average - each year by at least two full yards per punt. He posted a single-game school record 52.4 yards on seven punts with three punts of longer than 60 yards with two inside the 20, against Harvard. Despite punting into the wind on seven of his eight kicks, averaged 41.2 yards with one kick inside the 5 in the Big Red's 3-0 victory over Columbia. Fraser had 16 punts of longer than 50 yards and pinned nine kicks inside the 20. - Cornell Football

02/09/16 - Luke HagySr/2016, Cornell, 5-11, 204 (DS#999 WR)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Luke Hagy, Cornell (Sr., RB - Pittsburgh)...Hagy, a second team pick as a junior and an honorable mention selection as a sophomore, became the first Ivy League football player to reach 2,000 rushing, 1,500 receiving yards in a career. He also became the first Cornell player to lead the Big Red in rushing all four seasons as well as the first player in school history to average at least 100 yards from scrimmage per game in all four years. Hagy ranked third in the Ivy League in rushing despite missing one full game, a quarter of a second and all but one play of a third (equivalent of 2 1/4 games). Despite that, he still had had four 100-yard rushing games, including 117 yards against Yale and 128 yards at Princeton. Hagy posted 121 rushing yards on just 11 carries with two touchdowns against Patriot League champion Colgate and ended the season with five touchdowns. He ended his Cornell career in the top five at Cornell all-time in all-purpose yardage and top 10 in rushing, touchdowns, receptions and receiving yards. - Cornell Football

02/09/16 - JJ FivesSr/2016, Cornell, 6-1, 238 (DS#999 OLB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): JJ Fives, Cornell (Sr., OLB - Scott Township, Pa.)...Fives earned a spot on the second team, the first All-Ivy honor for one of the Big Red's senior captains. He ended his senior season with 52 tackles, ranking fourth in the Ivy League in sacks (4.5) and fifth in tackles for loss (8.0). Over his final five contests, Fives posted 27 tackles with 6.0 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks. Fives had seven tackles with a sack in the Big Red's shutout of Columbia and made three tackles with a sack at Yale. He matched a career high with nine tackles, including a single-game best two sacks, at Dartmouth and a combined three tackles for loss in games against Princeton and Brown. Fives also made a career-high nine stops with one tackle for loss against Patriot League champions Colgate. - Cornell Football

02/09/16 - Toba AkinleyeSr/2016, Columbia, 6-2, 254 (DS#85 OLB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Toba Akinleye, Columbia (Sr., DL - Brooklyn, N.Y.)...For the second straight season, Akinleye got off to a hot start against Fordham with a season high seven tackles against the Rams. The Brooklyn native was part of a defensive line that tallied 23 sacks in 2015. On the year, Akinleye cataloged 32 tackles, 6.0 tackles for a loss, and 3.5 sacks. The senior made his mark at No. 25 Dartmouth with 1.5 sacks, and added another sack the following week in the road win at Yale. This is the second straight year that Akinleye was honored by the Ivy League, as he found his name on the honorable mention list in 2014. - Columbia Football

02/09/16 - Cameron MolinaSr/2016, Columbia, 5-10, 193 (DS#76 RB)
2015 ALL-IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Cameron Molina, Columbia (Sr., RB - Broadlands, Va.)...After battling through an injury in the first few games, Molina came on strong during Ivy League play, leading the league with 655 rushing yards against Ancient Eight opponents. In the last two weekends against Cornell and Brown, Molina combined to rush for 325 yards on 69 carries, with two touchdowns coming against the Bears. On the season, the Broadlands, Virginia, native was sixth in the conference with 1,113 yards from scrimmage on 805 rushing yards, 220 yards through the air, and 88 yards on kick returns. With five combined touchdowns this season, Molina ended his career with eight total scores. This is the second consecutive year the running back was honored by the league’s office, as Molina was a second team recipient in 2014. - Columbia Football

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