Providence, Rhode Island - Brown senior center Matt Mullery (Millstone, NJ), Brown’s 16th all-time career leading scorer, has earned All-Ivy honors for the second consecutive season, being selected second team All-Ivy in a vote of the eight Ancient Eight head basketball coaches.
Mullery finished his Brown career as the 16th top scorer in Brown basketball history with 1,134 career points. In 2009-2010, he led Brown in scoring (15.2 ppg.- 6th in Ivy League), rebounding (6.2 rpg. -3rd in the Ivy League), assists (86 - 8th in the Ivy League), blocked shots (48 - 3rd in the Ivy League), and field goal percentage (.545 - 3rd in the Ivy League).
Mullery’s 163 career blocked shots are a Brown record and rank eighth in the Ivy League record book. His 48 blocked shots this season rank second all-time at Brown. He also tied his own school record with six blocked shots against St. Francis (NY) in Brown’s season opening game. Mullery set a single season Brown record with 59 blocked shots a year ago.
Mullery, a first team All-Ivy selection last season, scored a career high 31 points against Sacred Heart earlier this season. He registered double-doubles against Rhode Island, Kean, Cornell and Penn. His 22 points and 11 rebounds against Penn helped the Bears to a road sweep of Penn and Princeton for the second time in Brown basketball history.
All-Ivy Men's Basketball 2009-10
Louis Dale, Cornell (Sr., G, Birmingham, Ala.)
*Jeff Foote, Cornell (Sr., C, Lockwood, N.Y.)
*Ryan Wittman, Cornell (Sr., G/F, Eden Prairie, Minn.)
*Jeremy Lin, Harvard (Sr., G, Palo Alto, Calif.)
*Zack Rosen, Penn (So., G, Colonia, N.J.)
Matt Mullery, Brown (Sr., F, Millstone, N.J.)
Noruwa Agho, Columbia (So., G, New City, N.Y.)
Jack Eggleston, Penn (Jr., F, Noblesville, Ind.)
Douglas Davis, Princeton (So., G, Philadelphia, Pa.)
Dan Mavraides, Princeton (Jr., G, San Mateo, Calif.)
Alex Zampier, Yale (Sr., G, East Greenbush, N.Y.)
Chris Wroblewski, Cornell (So., G, Highland Park, Ill.)
Kyle Casey, Harvard (Fr., F, Medway, Mass.)
Michael Sands, Yale (Jr., F, Franklin Square, N.Y.)
Player of the Year
*Ryan Wittman, Cornell
Rookie of the Year
Kyle Casey, Harvard
Defensive Player of the Year
Jeff Foote, Cornell
* unanimous selection