Ivy League Honors
Senior Carrie Shumway is in a familiar place.
The co-captain of the Harvard field hockey team is also the team's only representative on the 1995 First Team All-Ivy squad. A midfielder, Shumway (two goals, eight assists) was elected unanimously by the league's seven head coaches to the first team for the second consecutive year.
On the second team, Harvard boasts two selections; Junior Daphne Clark (seven goals), the Crimson's chief corner shooter, and freshman forward Judy Collins (five goals, two assists) received recognition.
Harvard's lone honorable mention was co-captain Jessica Milhollin, the Crimson's starting goaltender for four consecutive years.
Milhollin broke the Harvard all-time save record early in the season and posted a 1.76 goals against average. She also holds the Crimson record for save percentage in a season with a .910 mark set in 1993.