Football Earns Five First-Team All-Ivy Honors; Borguet Named Top Ivy Rookie

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard football team earned 12 all-Ivy League accolades, including five first-teamers, and the top rookie award, the conference announced Tuesday afternoon.

Earning first-team all-Ivy honors were senior offensive lineman Liam Shanahan, senior defensive lineman Brogan McPartland, juniors Jordan Hill (LB) and Isaiah Wingfield (DB), and sophomore punter Jon Sot. The five first-team honorees equal the program's total from the 2016 and 2018 seasons, and is the most since 2015.

Running back Aidan Borguet, meanwhile, was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year. The first-year is the first Crimson to win the award since Justice Shelton-Mosley in 2015, and the seventh in program history.

Landing on the second team was junior offensive lineman Eric Wilson and his classmate, running back Devin Darrington. Seniors Cameron Kline (LB), Joey Goodman (LB) and Cole Thompson (DB), and juniors James Lee (OL) and Nasir Darnell (DL) were also recognized as honorable mention selections. 

Ivy League Rookie of the Year
Aidan Borguet, RB – Played in all 10 games, rushing for 645 yards and a team-high-tying seven touchdowns… His best game came at No. 25/24 Yale where he gained 269 yards on 11 carries and scored four touchdowns. 

All-Ivy League First Team
Offense
Liam Shanahan, OL – Played in all 10 games, helping the offense average 29.6 points and 153.2 rushing yards… Is a two-time all-Ivy League selection after earning second-team honors as a junior.

Defense
Brogan McPartland, DL – Played in seven games and led the team with an Ivy League-best 9.5 sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss… Finished with 36 tackles (t-7th on team)… Voted to the all-Ivy League team for the first time.

Jordan Hill, LB – Played in all 10 games and finished tied for the team lead in tackles (56), forced fumbles (3) and fumble recoveries (2)… Added two sacks and six tackles for loss… Earned his second all-Ivy award after landing on the second team in 2018.

Isaiah Wingfield, DB – Played in 10 games and finished tied for fourth on the team with 40 tackles… Tied for third on the team with five pass breakups… Added 1.5 sacks, 1.5 tackles for loss and one interception… Earned his first all-conference nod. 

Special Teams
Jon Sot, P – Played in nine games, attempting a team-high 29 punts… Averaged 42.3 yards per punt with a long of 76, coming at Holy Cross… Put seven punts inside the opponents' 20-yard line… Earned his second first-team all-Ivy selection in as many seasons. 

All-Ivy League Second Team
Offense
Eric Wilson, OL – Played in 10 games, helping the offense average 13.5 yards per completion and 4.1 yards per rush… Secured his first all-Ivy League accolade.

Devin Darrington, RB – Played in 10 games and led the team in rushing attempts (182), rushing yards (734) and rushing touchdowns (7)… Added six receptions for 48 yards out of the backfield… Led the team in all-purpose yards (782). 

Honorable Mention All-Ivy League
Offense
James Lee, OL – Played in all 10 games, helping the offense average 387.5 yards per game… Part of an offensive unit that held the ball for an average of 30:45… Captured his first all-Ivy League honor. 

Defense
Nasir Darnell, DL – Played in 10 games, finishing tied for first on the team in forced fumbles (3) and fumble recoveries (2)… More than a third of his tackles were tackles for loss (7.5 of 21)… Added two sacks and two PBUs… First-time all-Ivy honoree.

Cameron Kline, LB – Played in 10 games… Ranked third on the team with 51 tackles… Added 3.5 tackles for loss, one sack and one pass breakup… Voted to his first all-Ivy League team.

Joey Goodman, LB – Played in 10 games… Filled the stat sheet with 38 tackles, 0.5 sacks, 6.5 tackles for loss, one interception and two pass breakups… Earned his first all-conference award. 

Cole Thompson, DB – Played in all 10 games… Tied for the team lead in tackles (56) and had the most solo stops (35)… Ranked second on the team in pass breakups (6)… Added 1.5 tackles for loss and one forced fumble… First-time all-Ivy award winner.