Kelleher, Andrzejewski Earn Second-Team All-Ivy

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PHILADELPHIA - The Ivy League has announced the 2007 All-Ivy Men’s Lacrosse Teams, and the University of Pennsylvania is represented by two players who received second-team honors, senior defender Matt Kelleher and sophomore Craig Andrzejewski. They are the first All-Ivy honors for both players.

Kelleher, a four-year starter, played a key role on a defense that helped the Quakers allow just 9.62 goals per game overall. He finished third on the team with 24 ground balls, behind a pair of players who were part of the Quakers’ faceoff group. In Ivy play, Kelleher had 11 GBs in six games.

Andrzejewski was Penn’s leading scorer throughout the season, finishing with 24 goals and 25 assists for 49 points (more than double any of his teammates). In Ivy play, the sophomore scored 10 goals and had 15 feeds for 25 points. Andrzejewski finished the Ivy season leading the League in assists per game (2.50) and points per game (4.17), and tied for conference honors with two game-winning goals (against Dartmouth and Brown). Andrzejewski -- who was Ivy League Player of the Week twice this season -- finished the regular season ninth in the nation in points per game and 10th in assists per game.

Penn finished the 2007 campaign with a 6-7 overall mark, and went 3-3 in the Ivy League. It marked the second-straight season, and third time in four years, the Quakers went at least .500 in conference play.

Ivy League champion Cornell and runner-up Princeton dominated the All-Ivy First Team, as the Big Red placed seven players on the squad and the Tigers placed four. Cornell senior goaltender Matt McMonagle was the Ivy League Player of the Year, while Dartmouth freshman attack Ari Sussman was the Ivy League Rookie of the Year.