Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Cornell Release on Wroblewski All Ivy Honors

ITHACA, N.Y. -- Cornell junior guard Chris Wroblewski has been named to the All-Ivy second team today it was announced by the league office. The Big Red's scoring and assists leader was an honorable mention All-Ivy pick in 2009-10.

The 6-0 junior finished sixth in the conference in scoring (14.2 ppg.), second in assists (5.7 apg.) and first in steals (1.5 spg.), while also placing fourth in 3-point field goal percentage (.433). A third-team Capital One Academic All-American, the team tri-captain helped the Big Red turn around its fortunes, going 6-3 over the final nine contests to finish tied for fifth in the conference at 6-8.

Wroblewski ranks first in school history in 3-point field goal percentage (.443), fifth in assists (335) and eighth in 3-point field goals (147). The 2008 Ivy League Rookie of the Year is a three-time weekly honoree enters his senior season in striking distance of becoming the school's 24th career 1,000-point scorer with 879 points.


Player of the Year
Keith Wright, Harvard (Jr., F, Suffolk, Va.)

Rookie of the Year
*Sean McGonagill, Brown (Fr., G, Brookfield, Ill.)

Defensive Player of the Year
Kareem Maddox, Princeton (Sr., F, Oak Park, Calif.)

First Team All-Ivy
Noruwa Agho, Columbia (Jr., G, New City, N.Y.)
*Keith Wright, Harvard (Jr., F, Suffolk, Va.)
Zack Rosen, Penn (Jr., G, Colonia, N.J.)
*Kareem Maddox, Princeton (Sr., F, Oak Park, Calif.)
*Greg Mangano, Yale (Jr., C, Orange, Conn.)

Second Team All-Ivy
Chris Wroblewski, Cornell (Jr., G, Highland Park, Ill.)
Kyle Casey, Harvard (So., F, Medway, Mass.)
Brandyn Curry, Harvard (So., G, Huntersville, N.C.)
Ian Hummer, Princeton (So., F, Vienna, Va.)
Dan Mavraides, Princeton (Sr., G, San Mateo, Calif.)

Honorable Mention
Tucker Halpern, Brown (So., F, Brookline, Mass.)
Brian Barbour, Columbia (So., G, Alamo, Calif.)
Christian Webster, Harvard (So., G, Washington, D.C.)
Jack Eggleston, Penn (Sr., F, Noblesville, Ind.)

* - Unanimous Selection

5 comments:

MyATTBell said...

Calling myself out as a "Homer" -- But i'd take Wrobo over Zack Rosen & Noruwa Agho for First Team All-Ivy and to lead my team anyday.

Also, having endured all of Cornell's Home and Road Ivy games (All, but the Harvard/Dartmouth trip), I'd say I liked Miles Cartwright as Frosh of the Year.

Anonymous said...

Mangano is very blunt but I actually like it that he's determined to just get better... also, that fake twitter account has convinced him it's a Cornellian which is just weak.

I understand McGonagill for unanimous ROY. Looking at their conference stats, McGonagill averaged 14.6 ppg / 4.9 rebs / 5.7 assists, with a .462 FG%. Pretty impressive. Cartwright averaged 11.9ppg and wasn't in the top 10 in assists or fg% like McGonagill was. I think McGonagill's stats were impressive for anybody.

Anonymous said...

It will be an interesting year in 2011-2012 with only 2 of the first and second team players leaving (both from Princeton).

Anonymous said...

Wright is the wrong pick for POY. Period.

One would be interested to see how the voting panned out.....

He is maybe in the top 3 behind Mangano and Maddox. Maybe.

Mangano double doubles in like every game, and he does not get DPOY or POY??? C'mon.

Bulldog got busted.....

Qualitatively, you have to like Cartwright; however, 936's stats show why it went to McGonagill - his 39 point explosion kind of sealed the deal.

Brian said...

i think mcinally is the glue that holds harvard together....this, from a princeton man. so that's saying something. very solid w/ ball, great perimeter defense and dynamite from 3. very underrated & overlooked here.