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Ivy League announces 2020 Distinguished Basketball Class of Legends of years past

PRINCETON, N.J. — The Ivy League is pleased to announce the fourth annual 16-member class of Legends of Ivy League Basketball. These Legends contributed significantly to—and left a lasting impact on—their respective basketball programs, universities and chosen professions

This year’s class includes five Ivy League Rookies of the Year, four Ivy League Players or Defensive Players of the Year and nine 1,000-point scorers. It also features an Olympian, the sitting governor of the state of Massachusetts and the current president of Colby-Sawyer College. On the court and in the classroom, this year’s class combined for 30 All-Ivy (16 First Team, 14 Second Team) and four Academic All-Ivy nods.

Each Ivy League institution is represented by one male and one female honoree, as selected by their university athletic department.

“The members of the 2020 Legends of Ivy League Basketball class exemplify the unrivaled experience that our student-athletes receive,” said Executive Director Robin Harris. “These distinguished individuals have accomplished much—on the court, in the classroom and in life—and we look forward to celebrating them at Ivy Madness in March.”

Each legend will be formally honored at the 2020 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments on Saturday, March 14, at Lavietes Pavilion in Cambridge, Mass. A variety of ticket offerings are on sale now via IvyMadness.com.

To read about the 20172018 and 2019 classes of Legends of Ivy League Basketball, please click on the affiliated year.

LEGENDS OF IVY LEAGUE BASKETBALL
Brown
Martina Jerant, Student-Athlete (1991-95)
Mike Waitkus, Student-Athlete (1982-86)

Columbia
Helen Doyle Yeager, Student-Athlete (1981-85)
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Cornell
Karen Force, Student-Athlete (2000-04)
Jeff Foote, Student-Athlete (2010-14)

Dartmouth
Susan Stuebner, Student-Athlete (1989-93)
Walter Palmer, Student-Athlete (1986-90)

Harvard
Catherine Crisera Kelley, Student-Athlete (1990-94)
Charlie Baker, Student-Athlete (1975-79)

Penn
Jewel Clark, Student-Athlete (2000-04)
Bruce Lefkowitz, Student-Athlete (1983-87)

Princeton
Ellen DeVoe, Student-Athlete (1982-86)
Brian Taylor, Student-Athlete (1969-72)

Yale
Mary Kalich, Student-Athlete (1991-95)
Steve Leondis, Student-Athlete (1979-83)

About the Ivy League
The Ivy League stands at the pinnacle of higher education and Division I athletics, rooted in the longstanding, defining principle that intercollegiate athletics competition should be “kept in harmony with the essential educational purposes of the institution.” Unrivaled in its legacy, The Ivy League provides the true test of academic and co-curricular rigor – fostering an enduring culture that celebrates a storied-tradition, thrives on shared values and holds paramount the academic and personal growth of students.

Consistently ranked as the top academic conference and with more national championships than any other collegiate athletic conference (287 team, 546 individual), The Ivy League showcased 98 nationally-ranked programs in 2018-19 and prides itself on sponsoring 33 sports, the highest number of any NCAA conference, with more than 8,000 student-athletes competing annually. The League’s world-renowned schools – Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton and Yale – serve as the standard bearers for inspiring and transforming student-athletes to boldly take on the world’s challenges and lead lives of great impact.

For more information, please visit IvyLeague.com.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF THE IVY LEAGUE

 

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