Ctvrtlik, a native of Newport Beach, Calif., was Harvard's only student-athlete named to the first team after averaging 8.86 assists per set and 1.74 digs per set. He sits third in the EIVA in assists per set and assists (753), as well as seventh in digs per set and fourth in digs (148). Ctvrtlik tallied three double-doubles on the season and set a new career-high in assists with 51 at Princeton. He was named to the All-EIVA second team last season.
Dow earned All-EIVA honorable mention honors after posting 124 kills on 244 attacks and a .348 hitting percentage. The Needham, Mass. native led the conference with 19 solo blocks, also tying a career-high, and totaled 71 total blocks on the season. He earned EIVA Defensive Player of the Week honors on Feb. 25 after posting career-highs in solo blocks (four) and total blocks (10) against NJIT.
Schoenfeld earned All-EIVA honorable mention in his first year with the Crimson. He totaled 212 kills, averaging 2.47 per set, to go along with 82 digs on the season. A constant presence on offense, he hit double-digit kills in each of Harvard's last 10 matches and in 11 overall. The N. Tonawanda, N.Y. native set a season- and career-high with 18 kills at home against Princeton.