March 27, 2002
Dibona finished in the top 15 in both slalom and giant slalom events at Nationals, and earned 2nd Team All American in the Individual Combined Event. Dibona was named 2nd Team All American in the giant slalom, as well. She also earned 2nd Team Academic All American.
The Ivy League released its list of student athletes selected for All Ivy Academic honors in winter sports today. The 80 men and women were starters of key reserves on a officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and women from its eligible student-athletes.
Complete Brown List (Name, Class, Sport, Major, Hometown, Athletic Notes)
Nick Ciarcia - So., Wrestling, Berlin, Conn., Undecided, NCAA qualifier, 3rd at EIWA Tournament
Yann Danis - So., Ice Hockey, Lafontaine, Que., Business Economics, 1st team All-Ivy, 2nd Team All-ECAC
Mark Dembitz - Sr., Fencing, Mies, Switzerland, Asian Studies, NCAA qualifier
Jefferson Moors - So., Swimmimg, Novi, Mich., Undecided, 3rd in 200 back & several relays at EISLs
Josh Meyer - Sr., Basketball, Omaha, Neb., Public Policy & Amer. Inst., Tri-captain
Doria Dibona - Jr., Skiing, Waterville Valley, N.H., General Studies, 2nd team Academic All-American
Jayne Finst - So., Gymnastics, Delray Beach, Fla., Undecided, 2002 Ivy Champ on floor, beam and all-around
Kelsey Hiatt - Sr., Swimming, Denver, Colo., International Relations, 2nd team All-Ivy in 200 &400 IM
Courtney Johnson - Jr., Ice Hockey, Falmouth, Mass., Business Economics, ECAC All-Academic Team
Sharon Sonenblum - Sr., Fencing, Monroe Township, N.J., Engineering, NCAA qualifier