PRINCETON, N.J. — Keller Maloney (Los Angeles, Calif./Harvard-Westlake) and Alana Evans (Laguna Beach, Calif./Laguna Beach) of the Princeton 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.
A 2021 Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPC) Honorable Mention All-America selection and a First-Team All-Northeast Water Polo Conference (NWPC) honoree, Maloney garnered NWPC All-Tournament Team status. An ACWPC All-Academic and NWPC Scholar-Athlete selection, he finished second on the team with 67 goals and 37 assists to go along with 45 drawn ejections and 23 steals in helping the Tigers to the 2021 NWPC Championship.
Evans appeared in 28 games during the 2022 season for Princeton and finished second on the team in assists (44) and steals (36). Overall, she contributed 10 goals, 44 assists and 36 steals to conclude her time at Princeton with 21 goals and 73 assists in three seasons (2019, 2020, 2022).
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.