Penn men's basketball received two selections to All-Ivy teams on Tuesday, as junior AJ Brodeur was named to the first team for the second year in a row, and fellow junior Devon Goodman was named to the second team.
The teams and postseason awards were released in advance of the Ivy League Basketball Tournaments, which begin on Saturday.
Brodeur was one of four athletes in the League who were named unanimously. The forward is currently 16th on Penn’s all-time scoring list and second all-time for career blocks. Brodeur has the second highest points per game average in the conference, putting up 17.4 points a contest for the Quakers. Goodman sits at fifth place with an average of 14.0 points per game.
Other awards include Player of the Year, which went to Yale junior Miye Oni, and Rookie of the Year, given to Harvard freshman Noah Kirkwood. Brown senior Obi Okolie was awarded Defensive Player of the Year, and his coach, Mike Martin, received Coach of the Year honors.
Martin led the Bears to one of their most successful seasons in recent history, nearly qualifying for the Ivy Tournament, but ultimately falling to the Red and Blue in the last regular season game to finish 7-7 in League play.
Brodeur and Goodman will look to continue their legacy as they prepare to face off with their Ivy League rivals this weekend. The No. 4 seed Quakers will take on top-seeded Harvard on Saturday in New Haven, Conn.
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