Five Earn All-Ivy Honors for Men's Track and Field

2010 Outdoor All-Ivy Teams

Postseason Qualifiers

PHILADELPHIA - Freshman Tim Carey and the 4x800-meter relay team of Matt Chylak, Kevin Kiley, Brian Fulton and Darryll Oliver represented the University of Pennsylvania men's outdoor track and field team among the All-Ivy honorees announced by the Ivy League on Monday.

Carey earned the second All-Ivy honor of his one-year career after a runner-up finish in the 110-meter hurdles at the 2010 Outdoor Heptagonal Championships on Sunday. The Washington Township product was edged out for the heptagonal title with his finish of 14.92, just six-tenths of a second behind Cornell's Nick Huber. Carey's first All-Ivy recognition came after he claimed the heptagonal championship in the 60-meter hurdles at the 2010 Heptagonal Indoor Championships in February.

The 4x800-meter relay team, which consisted of a freshman (Chylak, first leg), sophomore (Fulton, third leg), junior (Oliver, anchor leg) and a senior (Kiley, second leg), also finished as the runner-up at the outdoor championship meet. Their time of 7:35.12 was only bested by Columbia's meet-record performance. The All-Ivy accolade was the first for both Chylak and Fulton. This is the second All-Ivy distinction for Oliver as he took home first-team honors with his heptagonal championship in the outdoor 800 meters in 2009, and this marks the third time that Kiley has earned his way to an All-Ivy selection. Kiley was also a part of the indoor 4x800-meter heptagonal championship teams in 2007 and 2008.

The top Ivy League performers in each individual event at the outdoor Heptagonal championships and the top team in each relay event earn selection to the All-Ivy first team. The runner-up finishers in each event earn second-team honors.

There are 10 Quakers eligible to compete in 13 individual events at the IC4A Championships at Princeton's Weaver Stadium, May 14-16, while Penn's three relay teams will also compete at the postseason meet.

Download: Postseason Qualifiers.pdf