Nelson-Henry Named Second-Team All-Ivy

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PHILADELPHIA -The Ivy League has announced its 2015-16 All-Ivy teams for men's basketball, and University of Pennsylvania senior center Darien Nelson-Henry is one of six players to receive second-team All-Ivy. He is the Quakers' lone recipient on the All-Ivy teams.

Nelson-Henry ended the season as Penn's leader in points per game (12.7) and rebounds per game (8.7), and had a team-high 33 blocked shots. He had 19 double-figure scoring games and nine double-doubles, both totals leading the Red and Blue this season.

As a team, Penn went 11-17 in Steve Donahue's first season as head coach, and finished fifth in the Ivy League standings with a 5-9 mark.


Player of the Year
Justin Sears, Yale (Sr., F - Plainfield, N.J.)

Rookie of the Year
Evan Boudreaux, Dartmouth (Fr., F - Lake Forest, Ill.)

Defensive Player of the Year
Agunwa Okolie, Harvard (Sr., G/F - Ajax, Ontario)

Coach of the Year
*James Jones, Yale

First-Team All-Ivy
*Maodo Lo, Columbia (Sr., G - Berlin, Germany)
Henry Caruso, Princeton (Jr., F - San Mateo, Calif.)
Makai Mason, Yale (So., G - Greenfield, Mass.)
*Justin Sears, Yale (Sr., F - Plainfield, N.J.)
Brandon Sherrod, Yale (Sr., F - Bridgeport, Conn.)

Second-Team All-Ivy^
Cedric Kuakumensah, Brown (Sr., F - Worcester, Mass.)
Grant Mullins, Columbia (Sr., G - Burlington, Ontario)
Matt Morgan, Cornell (Fr., G - Concord, N.C.)
Evan Boudreaux, Dartmouth (Fr., F - Lake Forest, Ill.)
Zena Edosomwan, Harvard (Jr., F/C - Los Angeles, Calif.)
Darien Nelson-Henry, Penn (Sr., C - Kirkland, Wash.)
Spencer Weisz, Princeton (Jr., F - Florham Park, N.J.)

Honorable Mention All-Ivy
Alex Rosenberg, Columbia (Sr., F - Short Hills, N.J.)
Agunwa Okolie, Harvard (Sr., G/F - Ajax, Ontario)
Steven Cook, Princeton (Jr., F - Winnetka, Ill.)
Nick Victor, Yale (Sr., G - Dallas, Texas)

*Unanimous Selection
^Second team expanded from five players due to ties in voting