Racquel Lyn Named First Team All-Ivy for Singles

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By: Charlotte Brackett

PRINCETON, N.J.  – Dartmouth women’s tennis junior Racquel Lyn was named first team All-Ivy for singles, as announced by the league office on Thursday.
 
This is the first time in her career that she has been recognized with a postseason award.
 
Lyn started the second half of the season playing at the No. 2 singles position, but soon moved up to the top spot, which is where she stayed for the last nine matches of the year. She fared well against Ivy League opponents, going 3-2 and defeating players from Princeton, Brown and Cornell.
 
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
*Iuliia Bryzgalova, Penn (Fr. – Moscow)
 
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Iuliia Bryzgalova, Penn (Fr. – Moscow)
 
COACH OF THE YEAR
*Laura Granville, Princeton
 
FIRST-TEAM ALL-IVY^
Singles
*Iuliia Bryzgalova, Penn (Fr. – Moscow)
Caroline Dunleavy, Yale (So. – Darien, Conn.)
*Jennifer Kerr, Columbia (So. – Carlsbad, Calif.)
Raquel Lyn, Dartmouth (Jr. – Houston)
*Samantha Martinelli, Yale (So. – Denver)
Erica Oosterhout, Harvard (Sr. – Tampa, Fla.)
Brianna Shvets, Princeton (Fr. – Pennington, N.J.)
 
Doubles
*Natasha Gonzalez (Jr. – Houston)/Erica Oosterhout (Sr. – Tampa, Fla.), Harvard
*Marta Kowalska (Sr. – Krakow, Poland)/Marija Curnic (So. – Split, Croatia), Penn
*Brianna Shvets (Fr. – Pennington, N.J.)/Nicole Kalhorn (Sr. – Colorado Springs, Colo.), Princeton
 
SECOND-TEAM ALL-IVY
Singles
Akanksha Bhan, Columbia (Fr. – Gujarat, India)
Jenna Friedel, Harvard (Jr. – Mill Valley, Calif.)
Valerie Ho, Cornell (Fr. – Silver Spring, Md.)
Grace Joyce, Princeton (Fr. – Newton, Mass.)
Marta Kowalska, Penn (Sr. – Krakow, Poland)
Stephanie Schrage, Princeton (So. – Millburn, N.J.)
 
Doubles
Akanksha Bhan (Fr. – Gujarat, India)/Paulina Ferrari (So. – La Jolla, Calif.), Columbia
Iuliia Bryzgalova (Fr. – Moscow)/OJ Singh (Sr. – Bradenton, Fla.), Penn
Samantha Martinelli (So. – Denver)/Jessie Gong (Fr. – Vancouver), Yale
 
*-unanimous selection
^-first team singles expanded due to ties in the voting

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