PRINCETON, N.J. — The Ivy League announced its postseason honors and awards for softball on Thursday, selecting Columbia first-year Sommer Grzybek Second Team All-Ivy League. The All-Ivy League teams are voted on by the Ancient Eight's head coaches.

Three Lions were named All-Ivy League Honorable Mention. Junior shortstop Madison Gott, sophomore Bonnie Schipper and first-year pitcher Madison Canby all received the honors by tallying at least two All-Ivy League votes from the league's coaches.

Grzybek is the first Lion to earn an All-Ivy League selection as a rookie since Alyssa Rodia in 2014. The center fielder batted .366 and finished the year tied for the league lead in home runs (10) with Gott and Cornell's Bridgette Rooney. Grzybek also ranked second in the Ivy League in doubles (13), RBIs (35) and total bases (100), as well as top-five in slugging (.690), on-base percentage (.440) and hits (53). She led all Ivy League rookies In all of the aforementioned categories, while also breaking Columbia's single-season record in slugging and ranking among the top 70 nationally. The Cooper City, Florida, native was named Ivy League Player of the Week once, Rookie of the Week three times and selected to the Weekly Honor Roll on three more occasions. Against league competition, she hit .316 with three home runs, six doubles, 10 RBIs, and team-best marks in slugging (.579) and OBP (.435). The National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) chose Grzybek to its “Top Selected Performances” the week of April 10-16 after she hit .579 and slugged .947 with a home run, four doubles and nine RBIs in a six-game span. The Cooper City, Florida, native tallied 14 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI games.

Gott was a six-time Ivy League Weekly Honor Roll selection who led or tied for the league lead in home runs (10), hits (59), RBIs (40) and total bases (102), All of those marks broke Columbia's single-season records, while she also batted .381 to rank fifth in the Ivy League and set another program mark. Gott ranked inside the top-50 nationally in total bases and top-100 in hits and slugging. She hit .316 in Ivy League play with 16 RBIs in 20 games. The Weston, Florida, native had 16 multi-hit games and 11 games with more than one RBI, including three four-RBI games. Additionally, she boasted two separate nine-game hitting streaks, hitting north of .560 each time, and had season-long streaks of 12 consecutive games reaching base and nine consecutive games with an RBI (April 7-15).

Schipper hit .304 and was named to the Ivy League Weekly Honor Roll three times throughout the season. The sophomore, who played 32 of her 45 games in the designated player role, finished top-20 in the Ivy League in doubles (8), RBIs (20) and walks (13), as well as top-25 in home runs (3), hits (35), total bases (54) and slugging (.470). A native of Alexandria, Virginia, Schipper accumulated seven multi-hit games, seven multi-RBI games and had a season-long streak of seven consecutive games reaching base. She ended the season hitting .381 (16 for 42) over her final 15 games, including two home runs, four doubles, nine runs scored and nine RBIs.

Canby was a two-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week who also garnered Pitcher of the Week honors in early April. She led the Ivy League in appearances (34) while ranking second in starts (24), wins (12) and innings pitched (146.0). The rookie also boasted top-five marks among league pitchers in strikeouts (64), complete games (9) and saves (3), while leading all rookies in wins, complete games, innings pitched, strikeouts, saves, ERA (4.22), appearances and starts. The highlight of her season came the week of March 27 – April 2, when she was named to the NFCA “Top Selected Performances” by posting a 4-0 record and 0.94 ERA in 22 1-3 innings against Harvard and Dartmouth.

Leah Allen, Penn (Sr., OF – Woodbine, Md.)

Claire Klausner, Princeton (Sr., P – Stanford, Calif.)

Allison Harvey, Princeton (Fr., OF – Foothill Ranch, Calif.)

Lisa Van Ackeren, Princeton

Alexis Sargent, Penn (Sr., P – Alexandria, Va.)
Claire Klausner, Princeton (Sr., P – Stanford, Calif.)
Claire Bird, Dartmouth (Jr., C – Rapids City, Ill.)
Madison Sack, Yale (So., C – Parkland, Fla.)
Annie McGregor, Brown (Jr., 1B – Carlsbad, Calif.)
Alyssa Jorgensen, Dartmouth (Sr., 2B – Woodlands, Texas)
Allison Skinner, Yale (Jr., 3B – Katy, Texas)
Rhianna Rich, Harvard (Sr., SS – El Segundo, Calif.)
Maddy Kaplan, Harvard (Jr., OF – Santa Monica, Calif.)
* Leah Allen, Penn (Sr., OF – Woodbine, Md.)
* Marissa Reynolds, Princeton (Sr., OF – Chehalis, Wash.)
Megan Donahey, Princeton (Fr., OF – Phoenix, Ariz.)
Alexis Sargent, Penn (Sr., P/UT – Alexandria, Va.)
Karen Chaw, Dartmouth (Sr., DP – Castro Valley, Calif.)

Kathleen Duncan, Harvard (So., P – Allendale, N.J.)
Erica Nori, Princeton (Sr., P – Weston, Fla.)
Olivia Lam, Cornell (So., C – La Canada, Calif.)
Elizabeth Shively, Harvard (So., C – Dallas, Ga.)
Jurie Joyner, Penn (Jr., C – McDonough, Ga.)
Keeley Walsh, Princeton (So., C – Stevenson Ranch, Calif.)
Olivia Giaquinto, Harvard (Fr., 1B – Falls Church, Va.)
Christina Andrews, Brown (Sr., 2B – Southlake, Texas)
Laina Do, Yale (Sr., 2B – Burbank, Calif.)
Morgan Martinelli, Dartmouth (So., 3B – Morgan Hill, Calif.)
Allison Harvey, Princeton (Fr., SS – Foothill Ranch, Calif.)
Sommer Grzybek, Columbia (Fr., OF – Cooper City, Fla.)
Megan Murray, Cornell (Jr., OF – Alfred, N.Y.)
Lourlin Lara, Dartmouth (Jr., OF – Conroe, Texas)
Shelby Kennedy, Yale (So., OF – Vail, Ariz.)
Francesca Casalino, Yale (Jr., P/UT – Dix Hills, N.J.)
Jurie Joyner, Penn (Jr., DP – McDonough, Ga.)

Madison Canby, Columbia (Fr., P – Pembroke Pines, Fla.)

Breanna Ethridge, Dartmouth (Jr., P – Loganville, Ga.)
Julia Schoenewald, Brown (Sr., C – Jamison, Pa.)
Sarah Cwiertnia, Penn (So., 1B – Villa Park, Calif.)
Kaylee Grant, Princeton (So., 1B – Keller, Texas)
Sam Pederson, Penn (So., 2B – Scottsdale, Ariz.)
Erin Lockhart, Harvard (So., 3B – Lincoln, Neb.)
Madison Gott, Columbia (Jr., SS – Weston, Fla.)
Calista Almer, Dartmouth (Fr., SS – Pollock Pines, Calif.)
Kaitlyn Schiffhauer, Harvard (So., OF – Los Altos, Calif.)
Meghan Wimmer, Brown (So., P/UT – Boothwyn, Pa.)
Bonnie Schipper, Columbia (So., DP – Alexandria, Va.)

*Unanimous Selection
^First & Second Teams Expanded Due To Ties In Voting