PHILADELPHIA – The University of Pennsylvania men’s soccer team had two players recognized by the Ivy League with All-Ivy selections as announced by the League office on Thursday. Junior forward Alec Neumann was named second-team All-Ivy, while sophomore defender Sam Wancowicz garnered honorable mention All-Ivy recognition.
Alec Neumann was named second-team All-Ivy for the third consecutive season. The forward appeared in all 16 matches (starting 14) and tied for the team lead in goals. He has 15 career goals through three seasons with the Red and Blue.
Sam Wancowicz appeared in nine matches for the Quakers after missing the first seven contests with injury. He had two goals and an assist, tying for the team lead in goals and points. At West Virginia on November 3, Wancowicz scored the tying and winning goals in a 3-2 double overtime win. His performance against the Mountaineers earned him Philadelphia Soccer Six Co-Player of the Week honors.