Ivy League Announces Spring Academic All-Ivy Selections, Including Ten From Harvard

The Harvard Athletics campus
10 student-athletes from Harvard earned Academic All-Ivy honors.

PRINCETON, N.J. -- The Ivy League has announced the names of 80 student-athletes – including 10 from Harvard – who have been selected to the 2020 Spring Academic All-Ivy League team.

The goal of Academic All-Ivy is to properly honor top student-athletes in the three sports seasons (fall, winter and spring). For each sports season, each Ivy institution nominates 10 student-athletes – five men and five women – with grade point averages of 3.00 or higher. These student-athletes must be a starter or key reserve on an officially sponsored varsity sport.

Below are the student-athletes representing Harvard.

Kyle Anderson
Men's Lacrosse
Senior, Government, Downingtown, Pa.
Two-time captain … Reached 98 career points (69 goals and 29 assists) through 29 games played/started after missing freshman season due to injury … Ranked first on the team in assists with seven, and second in goals/points with five/12 during 2020 season …  Two multi-goal games out of four during 2020 season … Honorable Mention All-Ivy performer junior season … Had a team-high five hat tricks and eight multiple-goal games junior season.

Nick Barry
Men's Lightweight Crew
Senior, Economics, Port Washington, N.Y.
2019 IRA All-Academic Team…Voted team captain for 2020…Rowed six seat in lightweight 1V8 in wins against Columbia, Georgetown, Dartmouth, Navy and Delaware in 2019…Rowed six seat in lightweight 1V8 to eighth place finishes at 2019 Eastern Sprints and IRA National Championships…In 2018, sat two seat in lightweight 1V8 wins over Cornell, Penn, Columbia, Georgetown, Dartmouth, MIT, Navy and Delaware…In 2018, contributed to lightweight 1V8 fourth place finish at Eastern Sprints and third place finish at IRA National Championships…In 2017, contributed to lightweight 1V8 win over Princeton and Yale…In 2017, contributed to lightweight 1V8 first place finish at Eastern Sprints and fourth place finish at IRA National Championships 

Eli Burnes
Junior, Philosophy, Boston, Mass. 
All-NEISA first-team skipper…All-NEISA second-team skipper…ICSA Honorable mention All-American…2x NEISA Coed Sailor of the Week…Collected three individual titles, while also contributing to 10 team victories for the Crimson.

Natasha Gonzalez
Women's Tennis 
Senior, Philosophy, Houston, Texas
Won 128 matches in her time with the Crimson …  Posted a 22-7 record in her senior season … Posted a 62-32 singles mark and a 66-35 record in doubles action in her career … Was named to the All-Ivy Doubles First Team with Erica Oosterhout in her junior season … Was named an ITA Scholar Athlete in her sophomore and junior seasons. 

Simi Fajemisin
Women's Track and Field
Senior, History and Literature, Oxford, U.K.
5x Ivy Heps Champion …2x NCAA qualifier…Second-team All-American…Honorable mention All-American…5x first team All-Ivy selection, 2x second team All-Ivy selection…USTFCCCA Northeast Region Field Athlete of the Year…2x IvyHeps Outstanding Field Performer of the Meet…Holds three Harvard records…Contributed to three team Ivy Heps victories.

Maya Miklos
Women's Track and Field
Senior, Physics, Mathematics, Palo Alto, Calif. 
3x Ivy Heps Champion…4x first team All-Ivy selection… Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-District Team…Phi Beta Kappa honoree…Contributed to three team Ivy Heps victories.  

Mathilde Ribordy
Women's Water Polo
Senior, Anthropology & Human Evolutionary Biology, Quebec City, Quebec
Recorded 146 goals, 59 assists, 79 steals, 30 blocks over her career…Ranks 2nd, 3rd, and 4th in program history in blocks per season…Ranks 9th in program history in career goals in 146…3x ACWPC All-Academic Team…Second Team CWPA All-Tournament (2018) 

Kieran Shaw 
Senior, History & Literature, Los Gatos, Calif.
The Ivy League record holder for saves in a season (13 in 2018-19) … Finished his career with 21 saves, good for second in program history … Logged 88.2 innings on the hill, evolving from a reliever to a closer and then a starter … Struck out 83 batters in his career … Fanned 28 opponents in only 25 innings as a junior … Struck out the side against Brown (May 6) to help Harvard clinch the IvyLeague Championship … His contributions helped Harvard win the Ivy League and advance to the NCAA Regionals for the first time since 2005.  

Jake Suddleson
Senior, History, Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Ivy League Plyer of the Year (2019) … All-Ivy First Team (2019) … ABCA/Rawlings Third Team All-America (2019) … All-IvySecond Team (2018) … Finished his career hitting .309 with 125 hits, 25 2B, 20 HR and 90 RBI … Set the program's single-season RBI record with 53 in 2019 … Led the conference in average (.416) hits (37) home runs (8) RBIs (36) and On-Base-Percentage (.758) … Came up clutch against Columbia (Apr. 28) with a walk-off double in the 14th inning to give the Crimson the Ivy League lead … Hit a go-ahead grand slam vs. Penn (Mar. 24) to power the Crimson to victory … Led the team in average (.389) hits (7) and runs (4) in only five games as a senior … Was a key contributor on Harvard's 2019 Ivy League championship and NCAA Regional team.  

Jessica Williams 
Senior, Economics, Norfolk, Va. 
Four-year letter winner and two-year captain for the Crimson… All-NEISA women's first-team crew selection…Named NIESA Crew of the Year…Finalist for All-NEISA Coed Crew of the Year…2x NEISA Sailor of the Week…Sailed to a first-place finish in the C-Division at the 2019 Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup….Guided the Crimson to a second-place finish at the ICSA Women's National Championship, recording a second-place overall finish in the A-Division.