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Anderson, Kregel and Martin Named to the All-Ivy Second Team

Mike Martin was one of three second-team selections (Erik Williams). 

PRINCETON, N.J. – Harvard baseball sophomores Tanner Anderson, Brandon Kregel and Mike Martin were all named to the All-Ivy League second team, the conference office announced Thursday afternoon.

The trio topped the Crimson in nearly every offensive category to help the squad to a 7-13 mark in the Ivy League, finishing third in the Red Rolfe Division. It also marked the second straight season Harvard has had three players named to the all-conference teams.

Anderson split time between second base and the pitcher's mound for the Crimson. The Tampa native hit .344 in conference play with six doubles, one homer, 15 RBI and 11 walks in 20 games. On the mound, he tied for the team lead with two victories. Anderson tossed 44 innings, including three complete games, with 20 strikeouts as a member of the team's starting rotation. He was also named Ivy League Pitcher of the Week for April 23 after hurling a 10-inning complete game against Brown.

Kregel paced the squad in six offensive categories, leading the team in runs (23), hits (45), doubles (13), home runs (2), RBI (21) and batting average (.288). In the field, he also topped the team in fielding percentage (.967) from his spot in right field.

Martin rounded out the selections, earning the nod for his play at shortstop. He finished second to Kregel in several offensive categories, including runs (21), doubles (nine) and batting average (.287). He also paced the team with three triples and eight stolen bases.

Complete All-Ivy Teams

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Mike Ford, Princeton (Jr., 1B/P – Belle Mead, N.J.)
 
PITCHER OF THE YEAR
Mike Ford, Princeton (Jr., 1B/P – Belle Mead, N.J.)
 
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Joe Purritano, Dartmouth (Fr., DH – Woodcliff Lake, N.J.)
 
FIRST TEAM ALL-IVY
P – Mike Ford, Princeton (Jr., 1B/P – Belle Mead, N.J.)*
P – Michael Johnson, Dartmouth (Sr. – Georgetown, Mass.)
P – Dave Speer, Columbia (Jr. – Westport, Conn.)*
RP – Thomas Olson, Dartmouth (So. – Manhattan, Kan.)
C – Matt MacDowell, Dartmouth (So. – Falmouth, Maine)
C – Chris Piwinski, Yale (Sr. – Folsom, Calif.)
1B – Mike Ford, Princeton (Jr., 1B/P – Belle Mead, N.J.)*
2B – Matt Parisi, Dartmouth (So. – Clermont, Fla.)
SS – Aaron Silbar, Columbia (Jr. – Jacksonville, Fla.)*
3B – Nick Lombardi, Dartmouth (So. – Saugus, Calif.)
OF – Ennis Coble, Dartmouth (Sr. – Atlanta)
OF – Ryan Deitrich, Penn (Sr. – Collegeville, Pa.)
OF – Jeff Keller, Dartmouth (Jr. – Atherton, Calif.)*
OF – Alec Keller, Princeton (Jr. – Richmond, Va.)*
OF – Jordan Serena, Columbia (So. – Parker, Colo.)
UT – Rick Brebner, Penn (Jr. – Langhorne, Pa.)*
DH – Joe Purritano, Dartmouth (Fr. – Woodcliff Lake, N.J.)*
 
SECOND TEAM ALL-IVY
P – Joe Donino, Columbia (Jr. – Avon, Conn.)
P – David Hickey, Yale (Jr. – Darien, Conn.)
P – Kyle Hunter, Dartmouth (Sr. – Palm City, Fla.)
RP – Michael Byrne, Cornell (Fr. – Vienna, Va.)
C – Mike Fischer, Columbia (Jr. – Scotia, N.Y.)
1B – Alex Black, Columbia (Sr. – The Woodlands, Texas)
2B – Tanner Anderson, Harvard (So. – Tampa, Fla.)
SS – Mike Martin, Harvard (So. – Buffalo Grove, Ill.)
3B – Brent Lawson, Yale (Fr. – Newport Beach, Calif.)
OF – Brandon Kregel, Harvard (So. – Lilburn, Ga.)
OF – Will Marcal, Brown (So. – Lexington, Mass.)
OF – JD Whetsel, Cornell (So. – Liberty Twp., Ohio)
DH – Joey Falcone, Columbia (So. – Brooklyn, N.Y.)
 
HONORABLE MENTION
P – Tim Giel, Columbia (Sr. – Gibsonia, Pa.)
P – Zak Hermans, Princeton (Sr. – Coppell, Texas)
P – Zach McCulley, Cornell (Jr. – Pensacola, Fla.)
P – Cole Sulser, Dartmouth (Sr. – Santa Ysabel, Calif.)
RP – John Beasley, Penn (Sr. – Virginia Beach, Va.)
RP – Cale Hanson, Yale (Jr. – Katy, Texas)
RP – Kevin Roy, Columbia (Fr. – Houston)
C – Austin Bossart, Penn (So. – O'Fallon, Ill.)
2B – Brenton Peters, Cornell (Sr. – Leesburg, Va.)
SS – Tom D'Alessandro, Cornell (Jr. – Dix Hills, N.Y.)
3B – Alex Flink, Princeton (Sr. – Dallas)
DH – Kevin Tatum, Cornell (So. – Woodbridge, Va.)