Monday, January 14, 2013

Ivy Awards for Week 10

The Ivy League Office named its weekly honorees, including tabbing Jonathan Gray to the Honor Roll.  The Ivy Office notes on Gray:
Johnathan Gray, Cornell (Sr., G - Tampa, Fla.)
24 points, 7 rebounds vs. Old Westbury


Week 1 November 12-Gabas Maldunas, Dartmouth/Will Barrett, Princeton
Week 2 November 19-Fran Dougherty, Penn
Week 3 November 26-Shonn Miller, Cornell
Week 4 December 3-Wes Saunders, Harvard
Week 5 December 10-Wes Saunders,Harv/Ian Hummer,P'ton (Cornell not eligible)
Week 6 December 17-Ian Hummer, Princeton (Cornell not eligible)
Week 7 December 24-Ian Hummer, Princeton
Week 8 December 31-Tucker Halpern, Brown
Week 9 January 7-Ian Hummer, Princeton
Week 10 January 14-Wes Saunders, Harvard/TJ Bray, Princeton

Week 1 November 12-Nolan Cressler, Cornell
Week 2 November 19-Rafael Maia, Brown
Week 3 November 26-Grant Mullins, Columbia
Week 4 December 3-Siyanni Chambers, Harvard
Week 5 December 10-Grant Mullins, Columbia (Cornell not eligible)
Week 6 December 17-Siyanni Chambers, Harvard (Cornell not eligible)
Week 7 December 24-Hans Brase, Princeton
Week 8 December 31-Jamal Lewis, Penn
Week 9 January 7-Siyanni Chambers, Harvard
Week 10-January 14-Siyanni Chambers, Harvard


Anonymous said...

I just pray for the coach and the team heading into Ivy play. I won't pretend our non-conf hasn't been what it's been -- generally narrow wins over cupcakes, double digit losses to decent mid-majors and low-bcs squads, and humiliating losses to bcs squads- but Bill Courtney can change and the players are already quality. They truly are: Galal, Errick, Shonn, Devin, Dom, Eitan, Nolan, and Johnny have put up too many stellar games for their potential to be questioned ... whatever their record, this is one gorgeous roster. Even the freshmen we're getting these days are huge. Do you remember Reeves and Jaques as freshmen? They had more hair than muscle. I don't know what kind of turnaround can be achieved at this point in the season, but just bring everything you've got, and you've all shown at various games that you've got a lot. The talent is there, in multitudes. Strategy, mentality, and consistency are the flaws. Prayers and well wishes heading into Ivy play.

Anonymous said...

I could not agree with u more. If this season doesn't go well for BigRed the question should be where does the problem start to get fixed. Talent level and potential is undeniable. The talent we have has only a short shelf life. Eligibility is only four years so what are these kids to do if they have dreams of playing in the NCAA Tournament. This current team has three seniors in the rotation who won't be there next season. If this season gets away from us what decision does Coach make about developing his younger playiers looking forward to next season. That never took place last year with his freshman class for the most part. Wonder how much further that player development would have been today if more playing time was given last year.

At some point this year the sophomore and freshman class should be playing the most minutes to expedite player development if you really trying to do big things next year. Just a thought for the future

Anonymous said...

It drives me nuts that Cornell always has someone named to the honor roll but they can't get a player of the week.

The Cornell Basketball Blog said...

How many POWs do Columbia and Yale have? Get back to me and let me know.