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Ivy League Women Basketball

  2014-2015     Previous season  

Ivy Ranking
 1. Pennsylvania 13-1(22-4) 
 2. Princeton 12-2(21-5) 
 3. Harvard 9-5(12-11) 
 4. Dartmouth 7-7(12-16) 
 5. Cornell 6-8(14-13) 
 6. Yale 5-9(13-16) 
 7. Brown 3-11(14-13) 
 8. Columbia 1-13(12-16) 

Points Per Game
 Nyasha SARJU
  Avg: 16
 1. Sarju, Yale16.0 
 2. Miller, Princeton15.0 
 3. Wheatley, Princ.13.2 
 4. Szabo, Dartmouth12.3 
 5. Healy, Harvard12.0 
 6. Roland, Dartmouth11.7 
 7. Tummala, Harvard11.3 
 8. Berntsen, Princeton11.0 
 9. Wyckoff, Yale10.6 
 10. Tarakchian, Princ.10.2 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 8.8
 1. Tarakchian, Princ.8.8 
 2. Letkewicz, Dartm.7.7 
 3. Roland, Dartmouth7.0 
 4. Miller, Princeton6.0 
 5. Healy, Harvard5.3 
 6. Campbell, Cornell5.0 
 7. Aston, Cornell5.0 
 8. Sarju, Yale4.8 
 9. Dryden, Dartmouth4.7 
 10. Metoyer, Harvard4.7 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 4.4
 1. Berntsen, Princeton4.4 
 2. Leduc, Cornell3.3 
 3. Wyckoff, Yale2.8 
 4. Wheatley, Princ.2.4 
 5. Roland, Dartmouth2.3 
 6. Letkewicz, Dartm.2.3 
 7. Moran, Cornell2.3 
 8. Tarakchian, Princ.2.2 
 9. Mixon, Dartmouth2.0 
 10. McIntyre, Yale2.0 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Tummala, Harvard2.3 
 2. Szabo, Dartmouth1.7 
 3. Letkewicz, Dartm.1.7 
 4. Moran, Cornell1.7 
 5. Simpson, Yale1.6 
 6. Smith, Princeton1.6 
 7. Wyckoff, Yale1.6 
 8. Marshall, Cornell1.3 
 9. Tarakchian, Princ.1.2 
 10. Leduc, Cornell1.0 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Wheatley, Princ.1.6 
 2. Williams, Princeton1.2 
 3. Nunley, Harvard1.0 
 4. Jordan, Dartmouth1.0 
 5. Marshall, Cornell0.7 
 6. Miller, Princeton0.6 
 7. Wyckoff, Yale0.6 
 8. Tarakchian, Princ.0.4 
 9. Berntsen, Princeton0.4 
 10. Werner, Yale0.4 

Ivy Men 2015-2016
Official Web Site

University of Pennsylvania wins the USA Ivy 2015-2016 title (Photo:

University of Pennsylvania 2015-16
Mike McLaughlin Mike McLaughlin McLaughlin
Kasey Chambers
Sydney Stipanovich
Anna Ross
Lauren Whitlatch
Michelle Nwokedi
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
12  Chambers Kasey 170 (5'7'') G USA
13  Stipanovich Sydney 190 (6'3'') C USA
10  Ross Anna 175 (5'9'') G USA
21  Whitlatch Lauren 180 (5'11'') G USA
43  Nwokedi Michelle 190 (6'3'') F USA
33  Ray Keiera 175 (5'9'') G USA
22  Jackson Deja 173 (5'8'') G USA
4  Juday Brooklyn 175 (5'9'') G USA
14  Brzozowski Beth 173 (5'8'') G USA
15  Gibbons Sade 185 (6'1'') F USA
2  Falconer Jackie 183 (6'0'') F USA
23  Daley Kristen 185 (6'1'') G USA
25  Russell Ashley 178 (5'10'') G USA
42  Johnson Jameira 185 (6'1'') F USA
50  Aghayere Princess 183 (6'0'') F USA
Head Coach: Mike McLaughlin
Coach Assistant: Bernadette Laukaitis
Coach Assistant: Chris Day

Penn Wins Title in Thrilling Fashion - Mar 14, 2016

Shine those dancing shoes!
For the second time in three season, the University of Pennsylvania women's basketball team will play in the NCAA Tournament after completing the season sweep of archival Princeton and claiming the program's fourth Ivy League championship via a 62-60 win at Jadwin Gymnasium.
Penn (24-4, 13-1 Ivy) will now await the NCAA Selection Show, which will take place Monday night. Princeton (23-5, 12-2 Ivy), which came into the game ranked 32 in the RPI, will wait for a possible at-large bid.
In a game befitting of such stakes, the Quakers answered a late Tigers charge with an Anna Ross (5'9''-G) layup and foul shot to take a 58-56 lead with 1:45 to play.
With less than 20 seconds to play, Penn forced a jump ball off a defensive stop executed by Kasey Chambers (5'7''-PG) who jumped a drive attempt. Princeton (23-5, 12-2) was forced to foul, and Chambers calmly hit both free throws to give Penn a four-point cushion.
The Tigers hit on a second-chance bucket from Michelle Miller (5'10''-G-94) with 9.4 seconds to play, but again they were forced to foul Chambers and she again made good on her shots. A Princeton bucket with 0.8 seconds left set the final score.
A strong finish to the third quarter gave Penn a six-point lead entering the final frame. The Quakers entered the second half with a matching six-point advantage, but had seen that lead slip to just a pair before Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F) took over in the paint with two strong layups in the final minute of the third frame.
Penn's defense contained the Tigers from the floor for much of the first half, holding Princeton without a field goal for 9:12 of game play during the first and second quarters. Penn wasn't able to totally take control, though, building just a three point lead off the defensive stand.
The Quakers conceded the first four points of the opening quarter, but Lauren Whitlach answered with five in a row to get the Quakers going. By the end of the first period, Chambers had joined her with five points and Ross had four to give Penn a 14-11 lead.
Ross finished with 18 points, while Nwokedi had 17. Chambers and Whitlatch had 11 each. For Princeton, Alex Wheatley (6'2''-F-94) had 20 points while Vanessa Smith (6'1''-G-95) added 12.

Courtesy of Ivy League

All-Ivy League Awards 2016 - Mar 14, 2016

All-Ivy League 1st Team 2016
Annmarie Healy
Michelle Miller
Michelle Nwokedi
Lakin Roland
Sydney Stipanovich

Player of the Year: Sydney Stipanovich (6'3''-C) of Pennsylvania
Defensive Player of the Year: Sydney Stipanovich (6'3''-C) of Pennsylvania
Rookie of the Year: Shayna Mehta (5'7''-PG-97) of Brown
Coach of the Year: Mike McLaughlin of Pennsylvania

1st Team
F: Annmarie Healy (6'1''-F) of Harvard
G: Michelle Miller (5'10''-G-94) of Princeton
F: Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F) of Pennsylvania
F: Lakin Roland (6'0''-F) of Dartmouth
C: Sydney Stipanovich (6'3''-C) of Pennsylvania
F: Alex Wheatley (6'2''-F-94) of Princeton

2nd Team
G: Jordin Alexander (5'10''-G) of Brown
F: Nia Marshall (6'0''-F) of Cornell
G: Nyasha Sarju (6'0''-G) of Yale
F: Annie Tarakchian (6'0''-F-94) of Princeton
F: Camille Zimmerman (6'1''-F) of Columbia

Honorable Mention
Kate Letkewicz (6'0''-G-96) of Dartmouth
Anna Ross (5'9''-G) of Pennsylvania
Shilpa Tummala (5'11''-G) of Harvard


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