2011 All-Ivy League Teams and Player Awards

Plumb continues to be one of the most versatile players in the Ivy League, doing a lot of everything for the Big Green in midfield. For the second-straight season she is amongst the te am leaders across the statsheet currently ranking in the top-three on the team in every statistical category. She ranks third in scoring with 31 points on 20 goals and 11 assists and is second on the team in both draw controls (24) and caused turnovers (16) and third in ground balls with 27.

Meyer has earned All-Ivy honors for the fourth-straight year, capping one of the most consistent careers in recent memory. The senior co-captain currently ranks second on the team in scoring with 39 points on 27 goals and a team-best 12 assists. Meyer is shooting at a 49.1 percent clip and putting 74.5 percent of her shots on goal. In conference play, Meyer ranked third in scoring with 3.14 points per game. To date, she has amassed 165 career points which ranks seventh all-time for Dartmouth. Her 111 goals are 10th all-time and 54 assists rank fourth, j ust two shy of third on the career list.

Johnson, who has played in every game of her career and started all but one, truly broke out as a sophomore to help Dartmouth to the nation's sixth-ranked scoring defense. Individually, sh e ranked second on the team in ground balls with 29, also grabbing 15 draw controls and causing nine turnovers. Often called upon to bring the ball through midfield and into the attackin g end, Johnson also found herself scoring a free position goal and recording an assist this season.

Lastly, Goldberg picks up All-Ivy honorable mention honors for the second time in her career. The well-rounded midfielder ranked fifth on the team in scoring with 25 points including 21 goal s, which ranks third. She has also grabbed 12 ground balls and seven draw controls for the Big Green and is fearless when it comes to bringing the ball up through midfield or taking on a defender one-on-one.

Fresh off snapping #1 Maryland's 28-game winning streak, #10 Dartmouth's season is far from complete as the Big Green is set for the Ivy League Tournament this coming weekend at Penn's Fra nklin Field in Philadelphia. Dartmouth and Penn are Ivy Co-Champions but the Quakers are the number-one seed by virtue of a 10-9 win over the Big Green earlier this season. Two-seed Dartmo uth takes on three-seed Harvard on Friday, May 6 at 4:00 p.m. with the winner playing the winner of the Penn-Princeton matchup in the championship game on Sunday, May 8 at 1:00 p.m. It wil l be televised live on CBS Sports Network.

Player of the Year
Kat Collins, Dartmouth (Sr., A, Darien, Conn.)

Rookie of the Year
Kristen Giovanniello, Dartmouth (Fr., GK, Old Brookville, N.Y.)

First Team All-Ivy (12)
A - *Jessi Steinberg, Cornell (Jr., Suffern, N.Y.)
A - *Kat Collins, Dartmouth (Sr., Darien, Conn.)
A - *Erin Brennan, Penn (Jr., Garden City, N.Y.)
A - Jennifer VanderMeulen, Harvard (So., Liverpool, N.Y.)
M - *Lizzy Drumm, Princeton (Sr., Westbury, N.Y.)
M - Paris Waterman, Brown (Sr., Newark, Del.)
M - Melanie Baskind, Harvard (Jr., Framingham, Mass.)
M - Sarah Plumb, Dartmouth (Jr., M, Wellesley, Mass.)
D - Kate Ivory, Cornell (So., Narberth, Pa.)
D - Shannie MacKenzie, Dartmouth (Sr., Riverside, Conn.)
D - Lindsey deButts, Princeton (Jr., Alexandria, Va.)
GK - Kristen Giovanniello, Dartmouth (Fr., Old Brookville, N.Y.)

Second Team All-Ivy (13^)
A - Kacie Johnson, Columbia (So., Wilton, Conn.)
A - Greta Meyer, Dartmouth (Sr., Denver, Colo.)
A - Bre Hudgins, Brown (Fr., Syracuse, N.Y.)
A - Kaela McGilloway, Brown (Jr., Sea Cliff, N.Y.)
M - Giulia Giordano, Penn (Sr., Moorestown, N.J.)
M - Cassie Pyle, Princeton (Jr., Alexandria, Va.)
M - Danielle Tetreault, Harvard (So., Guilderland, N.Y.)
M - Katie Kirk, Cornell (Jr., Annapolis, Md.)
D - Lydia Miller, Penn (Fr., Warrenton, Va.)
D - Ellen Gleason, Harvard (Jr., Binghamton, N.Y.)
D - Kelsey Johnson, Dartmouth (So., Hingham, Mass.)
D - Fielding Kidd, Yale (Sr., Atlanta, Ga.)
GK - Emily Leitner, Penn (Jr., Darien, Conn.)

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