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2007 Ivy League Men's Awards
November 28th, 2007 8AM

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Brown, which went undefeated in the 2007 Ivy season, dominated the year-end player awards. Canadian Matthew Britner was named Ivy League Player of the Year and freshman goalkeeper Paul Grandstrand was named Rookie of the Year. Five Bears earned first-team all-league honors and a sixth player was on the second team. 

Player of the Year: Matthew Britner, Brown
Rookie of the Year: Paul Grandstrand, Brown

First Team All-Ivy
Forwards
*Andre Akpan, Harvard
Kevin Davies, Brown
Mike Fucito, Harvard
Matt Hoff, Harvard
Dylan Sheehan, Brown
Midfielders
Nick Elenz-Martin, Brown
Brian Kuritzky, Cornell
*Kyle McHugh, Princeton
Defenders
Rhett Bernstein, Brown
*Matthew Britner, Brown
Alejandro Frischeisen, Dartmouth
Goalkeeper
Sean Milligan, Dartmouth
*Unanimous selection

Second Team All-Ivy
Forwards
Matt Bouraee, Cornell
Craig Henderson, Dartmouth
Alex Guzinski, Yale
Midfielders
Derek Hobson, Penn
Daniel Keat, Dartmouth
Tom Heinbockel, Columbia
Defenders
Thomas Lobben, Dartmouth
Kwaku Nyamekye, Harvard
Keith Vereb, Penn
Goalkeeper
Paul Grandstrand, Brown



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