Five Field Hockey Players Honored by Ivy League

PHILADELPHIA- Five members of the Penn field hockey team were honored by the Ivy League coaches today, with the release of the All-Ivy teams.

Junior midfielder Meghan Rose (Garden City, N.Y.) was a unanimous first-team All-Ivy selection. Rose was a key member of Penn's offense, as she tallied six assists (the most on the team) andfour goals (third on the team) for14 points (tied for second on the team). She also scored three game-winning goals, against Rutgers (9/24), Lock Haven (10/8) and UMBC (10/18).

Junior midfielderNicole Black (Rosemont, Pa.) and junior back Nicole Levi (State College, Pa.) were named second-team All-Ivy. Black was the team's leading scorer this year, with eight goals and 16 points. Levi was a key member of the Red and Blue's defense, and had an assist against Princeton (11/3).

Senior goalie Elizabeth Schlossberg (Chevy Chase, Md.)and freshman midfielder Kathryn Rose (Garden City, N.Y.) both earned honorable mention nods for their play this season. This is the third time Schlossberg has received All-Ivy honors; she was a first-team selection in both 2004 and 2005.

Click here for a full list of the All-Ivy selections.