PRINCETON, N.J. — Noah Hodge (San Juan Capistrano, Calif./Santa Margarita Catholic) and Inde Halligan (Sydney, Australia/Meriden School) of the Harvard University men’s and women’s water polo teams were among 32 Ivy League standouts to claim Academic All-Ivy honors as part of the 2002 At-Large Team that recognizes top student-athletes in non-Ivy League sponsored sports.
Hodge gained First Team Northeast Water Polo Conference (NWPC) All-Conference Accolades for the third straight season (2018, 2019, 2021) after the Crimson missed the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A team captain in 2021, he garnered NWPC Defensive Player of the Week three times and led the team with 239 saves in 2021.
Halligan claimed Third Team Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) All-America accolades in 2022 to accompany a Collegiate Water Polo Assocaition (CWPA) All-Conference First Team laurel. A Second Team CWPA All-Championship Tournament pick, she finished her senior season with 33 goals, 12 assists, 45 steals and 17 field blocks.
Institutions nominated one student-athlete from each of its non-Ivy League sponsored sports – women’s archery, women’s equestrian, sprint football, women’s gymnastics, women’s polo, men’s polo, women’s lightweight rowing, women’s rugby, coed sailing, women’s skiing, men’s skiing, men’s volleyball, women’s water polo, men’s water polo – to be included on the Academic All-Ivy At-Large team. Student-athletes must be in good academic standing to be eligible for the award.