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University of North Carolina sophomore Lindsay Miller ’17 helped the third varsity eight to a second-place finish in
the Petite Finale at the Atlantic Coast Conference and was honored as a Tar Heel Scholar-Athlete.
Junior Jeffrey Herr ’16 was Amherst’s third finisher, firing a 77 to tie for 22nd at the Williams Spring Invitational. ... Max Ting ’18 was named Ivy League Rookie of the Year and second-team All-Ivy after he
led Princeton at the Florida State Seminole Invitational
in the spring, tied for third overall at the Georgetown event, and tied for seventh at the Ivy League Championship. Princeton placed 13th at the NCAA Regional after winning the Ivy League Championship by a single stroke over Columbia.
Max Ting ’18, Princeton
Junior Nicole Henderson ’16 shot a 79 and Occidental had four scores in the 70s to tie a school record with a team total of 311 at a conference match. ... In her freshman season, Princeton’s Sophie Siminoff ’18 was selected second-team All-Ivy League, finishing in a tie for 10th at the Ivy League Championship. Earlier in the season, she finished tied for sixth at the Harvard Invitational.
Alena Stern ’17, Colorado College
Nikky Price ’16 played in three games as a junior midfielder for William & Mary (6-9). She also earned the Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Award for excellence in the classroom. ... USC sophomore middie Sophia Donovan ’17 netted 30 goals and 13 assists in
all 20 games and was fifth in points among team leaders.
The Trojans finished 16-4 overall and advanced to the first round of the NCAA Tournament. ... After leading Colorado College to a school-record 18-2 mark, Alena Stern ’17 was selected to the All-West Region team by the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association and was named the conference Defensive Player of the Year. She helped fuel a 17-2 record with an 8.84 goals-against average and a .496 saves percentage. ... Sophomore midfielder Indira Varma ’17 picked up 12 goals and six assists in 21 games for Ithaca College and made the spring all-academic team. ... Abby Wolfenden ’18, a freshman midfielder, played in four games for Haverford, which advanced to the conference semifinals.
In his senior season, Harvard’s Jackson Wagner ’15 competed at the NEISA men’s singlehanded championship, finishing 17th overall. He captured an eighth-place finish at the Sharpe Team Race Trophy and helped the Crimson to a fifth-place result at the Wood Trophy, closing the weekend with a 4-4 record.
Gabriel Morgan ’16, one of Princeton’s three team captains, led the team with 14 wins—primarily at the No. 6 spot—and was one of two Tigers to post a 3-0 record at the College Squash Association’s team championship.
Penn’s Darcy Matsuda ’17, who was named to the conference all-academic team, scored a 9.875 on the beam and the Quakers combined to score a 49.125, the best total of the season on beam and matching the program record. During her junior season, Matsuda competed in all 12 meets on beam and 10 on floor exercise.
Defenseman Brody LaPorte ’18 played in 12 games as a freshman for Villanova, which went 8-7 overall and closed its season in the Big East semifinals.

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