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Username Post: 23/24 Men's Awards        (Topic#27909)
Bryan 
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Re: 23/24 Men&#039;s Awards
03-13-24 07:07 PM - Post#365128    
    In response to iogyhufi

Is anyone sure if it takes one, two or a larger number of votes to make Honorable Mention All-Ivy? If it only takes one and you can't vote for your players, then you can tell exactly who Jones voted for. There were 5 on first team, 6 on second team and 3 HM. Since there were 4 from Yale included in the 14, he had to vote for all 10 others.

 
whitakk 
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Re: 23/24 Men&#039;s Awards
03-13-24 07:54 PM - Post#365132    
    In response to Bryan

  • Bryan Said:
Is anyone sure if it takes one, two or a larger number of votes to make Honorable Mention All-Ivy? If it only takes one and you can't vote for your players, then you can tell exactly who Jones voted for. There were 5 on first team, 6 on second team and 3 HM. Since there were 4 from Yale included in the 14, he had to vote for all 10 others.



Clever! But in 2021-22, there were 11 All-Ivy honorees and only one honorable mention, yet Princeton had three All-Ivy players, so either Mitch voted for someone who wasn't HM or the own-team restriction didn't apply; whichever is probably still true today.

 
Bryan 
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Re: 23/24 Men&#039;s Awards
03-13-24 08:40 PM - Post#365134    
    In response to whitakk

Thanks for that addition. My tentative conclusion based on your example is that a player at this point needs more than 1 vote to get All-Ivy HM. Agree? Other options?

 
iogyhufi 
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Re: 23/24 Men&#039;s Awards
03-13-24 08:53 PM - Post#365135    
    In response to Bryan

Huh, I think you're right! Good catch.

 
SomeGuy 
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Reg: 11-22-04
Re: 23/24 Men&#039;s Awards
03-14-24 11:58 AM - Post#365171    
    In response to Bryan

My guess is that it depends. I think they are looking for a cutoff in the curve. So they don’t break ties. Some years, one vote gets you HM. Some years it doesn’t. I would guess that Rubio, Mack, and Knowling got more than one vote, and Okpara and maybe a couple others (Mahoney, Neskobic) got one. But who knows.

 
SomeGuy 
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03-14-24 12:06 PM - Post#365172    
    In response to penn nation

Not sure I understand the “no centers” comment. I see one center on first team (Wolf) and one on the second team (Nana). you could make an argument that Pierce plays center too. And Okpara doesn’t generally play center for Harvard, anyway.

 
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