Ten Penn Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-Ivy Honors

Ten University of Pennsylvania student-athletes, five men and five women, were named 2004 Academic All-Ivy League for the fall. Highlighting this season's list is senior Katy Cross, a three-time recipient and the 2004 ESPN Academic All-American of the Year.

The 10 student-athletes were starters or key reserves on a officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated its own men and women from its eligible student-athletes.

University of Pennsylvania

Katy Cross

Sr

Claremont, Calif.

Psychology

Soccer

ESPN Academic All-American of the Year; Four-time first-team All-Ivy

Michelle Kauffman

Jr

San Diego, Calif.

Biology

Volleyball

First-team All-Ivy; Fourth in League hitting percentage (.288) and eighth in kills-per-game (3.59)

Liz Lorelli

Sr

Greenwich, Conn.

Mechanical Engineering; Applied Mechanics and Economics

Field Hockey

Two-time first-team All-Ivy; Second-team Mid-Atlantic All-American

Elizabeth Schlossberg

So

Chevy Chase, Md

Undeclared

Field Hockey

First-team All-Ivy; Sixth nationally in GAA (.890) and third in save percentage (.828)

Cara Thomason

Jr

Los Angeles, Calif.

College of Arts and Sciences

Volleyball

Led Ivies in service aces (45); Fifth in digs per game (4.71)

Josh Appell

Sr

Woodmere, N.Y.

Sociology

Football

First-team All-Ivy; Led the Ivies in punting at 40.9 yards per punt

Dusty Lieb

Sr

Arnold, Md.

Economics

Cross Country

Placed sixth at the Mid Atlantic Regionals; Finished fifth at Heps

David Maier

Sr

Broadview Heights, Ohio

Wharton School

Soccer

Appeared in 56 career games with eight goals and 10 assists

Pat Monaghan

Sr

Wayne, N.J.

(PPE) Politics, Philosphy and Economics

Sprint Football

First-team CSFL; Set Penn records for season and career receiving yards

Nolan Tully

Sr

Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

International Relations

Cross Country

Competed at NCAAs; Eighth at NCAA Regionals; Ninth at Heps