Four Quakers Earn Men's Soccer All-Ivy honors

Philadelphia – The University of Pennsylvania men’s soccer team had four student-athletes garner All-Ivy League accolades, including a first-team selection in senior Erik Hallenbeck. Junior John Rhodesearned second-team status, while seniors David Maierand Stephen Kroculick received and honorable mention for All-Ivy.

Hallenbeck, a strong defender, has been named first-team All-Ivy in each of his three seasons with the Quakers. Since joining the team in the 2002 season, he has not missed a start in 51 games.

Rhodes appeared in 16 games, starting 14 contests for the Quakers this season, recording one assist. This is the second All-Ivy honor for the midfielder, as he received an honorable mention in 2002. Also as a freshman, he earned third-team National Soccer Coaches Association of Anerica (NSCAA) All-Mid-Atlantic honors and garnered an All-Ivy honorable mention.

Kroculick was Penn’s leading scorer with five goals and 10 points in his senior campaign and finishes his career with 16 goals and an assist. Kroculick is no stranger to postseason awards, as he was named NSCAA third-team All-Mid-Atlantic, second-team All-Ivy and received two honorable mentions in his four seasons.

Maier recorded a goal and two assists in his final season with the Red and Blue. He has appeared in 56 career games with eight goals and 10 assists and last earned All-Ivy honors in 2002.