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Graff, Flanigan, Cannon Earn All-Ivy Honors

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 05/02/2013
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Lindsay Graff, Katherine Flanigan and Joan Cannon are Princeton's All-Ivy League honorees.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Lindsay Graff, Katherine Flanigan and Joan Cannon represented Princeton on the All-Ivy League women's tennis teams, which the Ivy League office announced Thursday.

Graff earned unanimous first-team All-Ivy honors in singles, while Flanigan was a second-team All-Ivy honoree in singles. Cannon earned second-team All-Ivy doubles recognition with Graff.

Graff went 7-4 in fall singles and followed it up with a 12-7 record in the spring, winning eight of her last 10 matches while compiling a 5-2 Ivy record, all at the top singles spot. Graff was a second-team All-Ivy singles pick last year and a first-team All-Ivy doubles pick last year with Hilary Bartlett '12.

Flanigan received her first All-Ivy honor. She went 6-2 in the fall and 12-6 in the spring, including 4-3 in Ivy matches, all at second singles.

Cannon and Graff won their only fall doubles match in which they were paired together and were 5-0 in the spring. In Ivy League matches, Cannon and Graff went 3-0, taking victories against Harvard, Dartmouth and Cornell on the top singles court.

Princeton finished 12-7 overall and 4-3 in the Ivy League, remaining in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association top-75 from their first dual match through their last.

2012-13 All-Ivy League

Player of the Year
*Nicole Bartnik, Columbia (Sr. - Bradenton, Fla.)

Rookie of the Year
Madeleine Hamilton, Yale (Fr. - Greensboro, N.C.)

First-Team All-Ivy^
*Nicole Bartnik, Columbia (Sr. - Bradenton, Fla.)
Bianca Sanon, Columbia (Jr. - Plantation, Fla.)
Hideko Tachibana, Harvard (Sr. - Canyon Country, Texas)
Agustina Sol Eskenazi, Penn (So. - Buenos Aires, Argentina)
*Lindsay Graff, Princeton (So. - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
*Elizabeth Epstein, Yale (Sr. - Chicago)
Madeleine Hamilton, Yale (Fr. - Greensboro, N.C.)

*Misia Krasowski (Sr. - Deerfield, Ill.) and Hannah Camhi (Fr. Woodbury, N.Y.), Brown
*Bianca Sanon (Jr. - Plantation, Fla.) and Kanika Vaidya (Fr. - Singapore), Columbia
*Agustina Sol Eskenazi (So. - Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Sonya Latycheva (Fr. - Toronto), Penn

Kanika Vaidya, Columbia (Fr. - Singapore)
Sarah O'Neil, Cornell (Sr. - Lynnfield, Mass.)
Katherine Yau, Dartmouth (Fr. - Manhasset, N.Y.)
Amy He, Harvard (Fr. - Burlington, Ontario, Canada)
Katherine Flanigan, Princeton (Jr. - Davis, Calif.)
Annie Sullivan, Yale (Jr. - Deerfield, Ill.)

Nicole Bartnik (Sr. - Bradenton, Fla.) and Crystal Leung (So. - Houston), Columbia
Ryann Young (Jr. - Northbrook, Ill.) and Lauren Frazier (So. - Greenville, N.C), Cornell
Joan Cannon (So. - Kingston, Ontario, Canada) and Lindsay Graff (So. - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), Princeton
Elizabeth Epstein (Sr. - Chicago) and Annie Sullivan (Jr. - Deerfield, Ill.), Yale

* Unanimous Selection
^ Due to ties in voting, there are seven singles players on the first team and four doubles teams on the second team







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