By Anne Bello
Published Aug 16, 2011 at 7:00 AM ET; Updated Aug 14, 2011 at 2:35 PM ET

Princeton, NJ — In April, the Ivy League announced the student athletes who received 2010-2011 Winter All-Academic honors.

Four men’s and six women’s college squash players were among the 80 individuals who earned the distinction. Each Ivy League school nominated ten players who earned a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average and started on a varsity team.

Dartmouth senior captain Hannah Conant was named to her third consecutive Academic All-Ivy team. Conant, who played number 2 for the Big Green this season, majored in psychology.

The other players who were recognized are all first-time recipients of Academic All-Ivy honors. However, Conant, Julie Cerullo (Princeton), Alex Domenick (Cornell), Chris Hanson (Dartmouth), Laura Gemmell (Harvard), Annie Madeira (Penn), and Sarah Toomey (Yale) were all named to the 2010-2011 men’s and women’s All-Ivy teams, with Gemmell being named Player of the Year.

Congratulations to all who earned Academic All-Ivy honors!

2010-2011 Academic All-Ivy League Team

  • Julie Cerullo (Princeton)
  • Hannah Conant (Dartmouth)
  • Clayton Dahlman (Columbia)
  • Alex Domenick (Cornell)
  • Jennifer Gemmell (Cornell)
  • Laura Gemmell (Harvard)
  • Chris Hanson (Dartmouth)
  • Adrian Leanza (Brown)
  • Annie Madeira (Penn)
  • Sarah Toomey (Yale)