Sophomore Jeff Teat was a unanimous fist-team All-Ivy selection after a season which saw him as one of the nation's most elite scorers.

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Sophomore Jeff Teat was a unanimous fist-team All-Ivy selection after a season which saw him as one of the nation's most elite scorers.

May 2, 2018

Men’s Lacrosse Picks Up 9 All-Ivy Honors, 3 First-Team Selections

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Correction appended.

After an expectation-surpassing regular season, Cornell men’s lacrosse found itself well represented on the list of All-Ivy selections. Sophomore attack Jeff Teat, senior defenseman Jake Pulver and senior midfielder Jordan Dowiak led the way for Cornell on the first team, with the former two players earning unanimous selections.

Junior midfielder Jake McCulloch earned a second-team selection while five other Cornell players were named honorable mention: senior goaltender Christian Knight, sophomore FOGO Paul Rasimowicz, junior defender Ryan Bray, sophomore long-stick midfielder Brandon Salvatore and junior defender Fleet Wallace.

The nine total selections are the most for Cornell since 2007, while the three first-team honors are the team’s most since 2015. Cornell was second in the conference behind Yale, who had 12 All-Ivy selections.

Yale also swept the conference awards, with Ben Reeves and Andy Shay both repeating as the Ivy League player of the year and coach of the year, respectively. Bulldog freshman Chris Fake was the unanimous Ivy League rookie of the year.

The Red has spent the week preparing for the Ivy League tournament in New York this weekend, where it will face Brown on Friday before a potential date with the regular-season champions and national No. 1 Yale on Sunday.

The full list of awards can be seen below.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Ben Reeves, Yale (Sr., A – Macedon, N.Y.)

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
*Chris Fake, Yale (Fr., D – Allentown, N.J.)

COACH OF THE YEAR
Andy Shay, Yale

FIRST TEAM ALL-IVY
*Ben Reeves, Yale (Sr., A – Macedon, N.Y.)
*Michael Sowers, Princeton (So., A – Dresher, Pa.)
*Jeff Teat, Cornell (So., A – Brampton, Ont.)
*Jack Tigh, Yale (Jr., M – Garden City, N.Y.)
Austin Sims, Princeton (Sr., M – Fairfield, Conn.)
Jordan Dowiak, Cornell (Sr., M – Long Valley, N.J)
*Jake Pulver, Cornell (Sr., D – Manlius, N.Y.)
*Chris Fake, Yale (Fr., D – Allentown, N.J.)
Mark Evanchick, Penn (So., D – Darien, Conn.)
*Connor Keating, Penn (Sr., LSM – Gladwyne, Pa.)
Tyler Warner, Yale (Sr., SSM – Freeport, N.Y.)
*Conor Mackie, Yale (Sr., FO – Glen Rock, N.J.)
Phil Goss, Brown (So., G – San Francisco, Calif.)

SECOND TEAM ALL-IVY^
Morgan Cheek, Harvard (Sr., A – Wellesley, Mass.)
Simon Mathias, Penn (Jr, A – Ridgefield, Conn.)
Jackson Morrill, Yale (So., A – Baltimore, Md.)
Jack Korzelius, Dartmouth (Sr., M – Purchase, N.Y.)
Jake McCulloch, Cornell (Jr., M – Stony Brook, N.Y.)
Joe Lang, Harvard (Sr., M – Mill Valley, Calif.)
George Baughan, Princeton (Fr., D – Wyndmoor, Pa.)
Chris Keating, Yale (Sr., D – Windham, N.H.)
JJ Ntshaykolo, Brown (Sr., D – San Francisco, Calif.)
Austin Meacham, Dartmouth (Jr., D – West Harrison, N.Y.)
Robert Mooney, Yale (Jr., LSM – Princeton, N.J.)
Jason Alessi, Yale (Sr., SSM – Bloomfield Hills, Mich.)
Ted Otten, Brown (Sr., FO – Wilton, Conn.)
Robert Shaw, Harvard (Sr., G – Canton, Mass.)

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-IVY
Jackson Newsome, Brown (Jr., A – Arlington, Va.)
Kevin McGeary, Penn (Sr., A – Newtown Square, Pa.)
Michael Panepinto, Brown (Jr., M – Needham, Mass.)
Tyler Dunn, Penn (Jr., Manhasset, N.Y.)
Joe Sessa, Yale (Jr., M – Slate Hill, N.Y.)
John Daniggelis, Yale (Jr., M – Saint James, N.Y.)
Fleet Wallace, Cornell (Jr., D – Richmond, Va.)
Joe Kearney, Harvard (Sr., D – Duxbury, Mass.)
Jerry O’Connor, Yale (Sr., D – North Palm Beach, Fla.)
Andrew Song, Princeton (Fr., LSM – Canton, Mass.)
Brandon Salvatore, Cornell (So., LSM – New Canaan, Conn.)
Ryan Bray, Cornell (Jr., SSM – Shoreham, N.Y.)
Paul Rasimowicz, Cornell (So., FO – Somerset, N.J.)
Tyler Blaisdell, Princeton (Sr., G – Hanover, Mass.)
Christian Knight, Cornell (Sr., G – Baltimore, Md.)

*unanimous selection
^ team expanded due to ties in voting

Correction: A previous version of this report incorrectly stated that Yale had 11 All-Ivy selections. In fact, Yale had 12.