Philadelphia, Pa. - Senior guard Karen Habrukowich was named first-team All-Ivy for the first time in her career as she finished her career as Penn's all-time leader in three-point field goals, sixth in scoring, fourth in free-throw percentage and as the Ancient Eight's fourth-most prolific three-point shooter ever.
Habrukowich, a native of Newtown, Pa. and graduate of Council Rock High School, finished her final season in the Red and Blue as the Quakers' scoring leader with 13.1 points per game, which also ranked her seventh in the Ivy League. She scored in double figures 19 times this season, including 10-straight to close out the season.
Habrukowich also ranks 10th in the League in field-goal percentage (117-for-306; 38.2), 12th in free-throw percentage (58-for-84; 60.9) and steals with 1.33 swipes per game. She finishedfourth in the Ancient Eight in three-point field-goal percentage at 40.4 percent (61-for-152), also ranking33rd in the nation. Habrukowich also tied for the League lead in three-point field goals per game with 2.26 treys per contest, ranking 46th in the country.
The two-time All-Ivy honoree leaves The Palestra with 196 trifectas in her career, the most all-time at Penn and fourth-most in the history of the Ivy League. Her 61 three-point field goals this season ties Jen Dorfmeister (1990-91) for the fourth-highest single season total. She finishes sixth on Penn's all-time scoring list with 1,217 points, making her only the seventh Quaker to score at least 1,200 points in a career. Habrukowich finishes fourth at Penn with a career free-throw shooting percentage of 76.2 (224-for-294).
Penn finished the season with a 15-12 overall record and an 8-6 mark in the Ivy League. The Quakers faced nationally ranked opponents on various occasions this season and earned mulitple Big 5 victories for the first time in program history. The Red and Blue will lose five seniors to graduation and will need to replace three starters from this year's squad next season.
Written by Mat Kanan, associate director of athletic communications
Reka Cserny, Harvard (Sr., C, Budapest, Hungary)*
Karen Habrukowich, Penn (Sr., G, Newtown, Pa.)
Sarah Hayes, Brown (Jr., G, Beaufort, S.C.)*
Elise Morrison, Dartmouth (So., C, Franklin, Mich.)
Holly Robertson, Brown (Sr., C, Coachrane, Alberta)
Becky Brown, Princeton (Jr., F, Nashville, Tenn.)
Erica Davis, Yale (So., C, Columbus, N.J.)
Jessica Holsey, Harvard (Jr., G, Potomac, Md.)
Angie Soriaga, Dartmouth (Jr., G, College Station, Texas)
Ashley Taylor, Dartmouth (So., F, Cookeville, Tenn.)
Jeannie Cullen, Dartmouth (Jr., G, Janesville, Wis.)
Katy O'Brien, Princeton (Jr., G, Ventura, Calif.)
Player of the Year
Reka Cserny, Harvard (Sr., C, Budapest, Hungary)
Rookie of the Year
Meagan Cowher, Princeton (Fr., F, Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Meagan Cowher, Princeton (Fr., F, Pittsburgh, Pa.)*
Lindsay Krasna, Cornell (Fr., G, Yardley, Pa.)*
Sara McCollum, Yale (Fr., F, Old Lyme, Conn.)
Ariel Rogers, Princeton (Fr., F, Evanston, Ill.)
Sydney Scott, Dartmouth (Fr., F, Houston, Texas)*