Coles, Jones Lead Six All-Ivy Football Selections


ITHACA, N.Y. -- Juniors Harold Coles (running back) and David Jones (cornerback) each captured second-team All-Ivy League Football honors to pace six Cornell selections when the conference awards were announced on Tuesday afternoon. In addition, Jones was an honorable mention pick as a return specialist and was joined by offensive linemen J. Edward Keating and Henry Stillwell, as well as Keating's fellow senior captain Reis Seggebruch.

Coles, who earlier this week earned first-team Google Cloud Academic All-Disctrict honors, rushed for 710 yards and seven touchdowns and hauled in 28 passes for 293 yards and three scores this past season as a junior running back. He had three 100-yard rushing games – two in Ivy contests - to raise his career total to five. Coles ranked fifth overall in rushing and scoring in Ivy games, reaching the end zone nine times in seven contests. The Erie, Pa. native piled up 209 all-purpose yards, including 123 rushing, against the Lions in the season finale. He also had 121 yards on just eight carries in the win over Sacred Heart, including an 85-yard touchdown run. Coles ran for 141 yards and a touchdown on the ground and through the air in the win at Brown, and reached the end zone twice against No. 23 Dartmouth.

Jones had 21 tackles, three interceptions, nine total passes defended and a blocked field goal from his cornerback position and averaged 20.2 yard on 20 kickoff returns (long of 53) as well as 7.8 yards per punt returns on 12 attempts as a return specialist. He led the Ivy League in kickoff return yards (498). Jones was named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week after intercepting two passes, including a 48-yard return for a touchdown, in a win over Sacred Heart. Jones intercepted a pass and made a pair of stop at No. 17 Princeton and had two tackles and a pair of pass breakups, blocked a field goal and returned a kickoff 25 yards in the win at Brown.

Stillwell and Keating anchored an offensive line that helped Cornell rush for 1,561 yards and 13 touchdowns, the most rushing yards in a season since 2006 (1,821). The team allowed 18 sacks, down from 28 the previous year and the fewest by a Big Red offensive line since 2006. The Big Red averaged 156.1 rushing yards per game despite playing seven of 10 opponents ranked in the top 20 nationally against the run. Keating was elected captain prior to the 2018 campaign and started his final 20 career games at center, while Stillwell started at both tackle positions and opened the final 30 games of his career in the starting lineup.

Seggebruch, who joined Keating as team captain, placed second on the team in tackles (62) and added 5.0 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. He ranked in the top 10 in the league in tackles in Ivy play. He was named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week after recording 11 tackles, 2.5 for a loss and 2.0 sacks in the win over Harvard. Seggebruch posted a game-high eight tackles, including a half-tackle for loss, at No. 17 Princeton and a team-high nine stops vs. Penn. He had six stops, including one for a loss, against No. 23 Dartmouth and posted nine tackles with one for a loss at Columbia. He closed his career with 197 tackles, good for 27th all-time at Cornell.

Griffin O'Connor, Yale (Fr., QB – Huntington Beach, Calif.)

Bob Surace, Princeton

* Matt Kaskey, Dartmouth (Sr., OL – Winnetka, Ill.)
Pat Kilcommons, Dartmouth (Sr., OL – Berwyn, Ill.)
Phil Berton, Dartmouth (Sr., OL – Oak Park, Ill.)
Larry Allen, Harvard (Sr., OL – Danville, Calif.)
Reily Radosevich, Princeton (Jr., OL – Manalapan, N.J.)
George Attea, Princeton (Sr., OL – East Amherst, N.Y.)
* John Lovett, Princeton (Sr., QB – Wantagh, N.Y.)
Aaron Shampklin, Harvard (So., RB – Paramount, Calif.)
Charlie Volker, Princeton (Sr., RB – Fair Haven, N.J.)
Alan Lamar, Yale (Jr., RB – Olive Branch, Miss.)
Jesper Horsted, Princeton (Sr., WR – Shoreview, Minn.)
* Reed Klubnik, Yale (Jr., WR – Austin, Texas)
Graham Adomitis, Princeton (Sr., TE – Ross Township, Pa.)

Daniel DeLorenzi, Columbia (Jr., DL – Cedar Grove, N.J.)
* Rocco Di Leo, Dartmouth (Sr., DL – Elmhurst, Ill.)
Jackson Perry, Dartmouth (Sr., DL – Las Vegas, Nev.)
Stone Hart, Harvard (Sr., DL – Olympia, Wash.)
Cooper Gardner, Penn (Sr., DL – Broomfield, Colo.)
* Jack Traynor, Dartmouth (Sr., LB – Lake Forest, Ill.)
* Nick Miller, Penn (Sr., LB – New Market, Md.)
Mark Fossati, Princeton (Sr., LB – Upper Saddle River, N.J.)
Tom Johnson, Princeton (Sr., LB – Moorestown, N.J.)
Ryan Gilbert, Columbia (Sr., DB – Bellevue, Wash.)
* Isiah Swann, Dartmouth (Jr., DB – Queen City, Ariz.)
Kyran McKinney-Crudden, Dartmouth (Sr., DB - Glastonbury, Conn.)
Wes Ogsbury, Harvard (Sr., DB – Denver, Colo.)
TJ Floyd, Princeton (Jr., DB – Jacksonville, Fla.)

Special Teams
Chris Alleyne, Columbia (Sr., K – San Diego, Calif.)
Jon Sot, Harvard (Fr., P – Clark, N.J.)
Mike Roussos, Columbia (Fr., RS – New Port Richey, Fla.)

John Kilcommons, Dartmouth (Sr., OL – Berwyn, Ill.)
Tim O'Brien, Harvard (Sr., OL – San Diego, Calif.)
Liam Shanahan, Harvard (Jr., OL – Marlborough, Mass.)
Tommy Dennis, Penn (Sr., OL – East Setauket, N.Y.)
Dieter Eiselen, Yale (Jr., OL – Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Sterling Strother, Yale (Jr., OL – Moraga, Calif.)
Jared Gerbino, Dartmouth (Jr., QB – Rush, N.Y.)
Harold Coles, Cornell (Jr., RB – Erie, Pa.)
Karekin Brooks, Penn (Jr., RB – Marietta, Ga.)
Drew Hunnicutt, Dartmouth (Sr., WR – Argyle, Texas)
Steve Carlson, Princeton (Sr., WR – Jamestown, N.Y.)
JP Shohfi, Yale (Jr., WR – San Marino, Calif.)
Anton Casey, Brown (Sr., TE – Bethesda, Md.)

Daryle Banfield, Brown (Sr., DL – Bronx, N.Y.)
David Chalmers, Dartmouth (Sr., DL – Leesburg, Va.)
Richie Ryan, Harvard (Sr., DL – Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Mike Wagner, Princeton (Sr., LB – Victor, N.Y.)
Spencer Matthaei, Yale (Jr., DL – Bayville, N.Y.)
Sean White, Columbia (Sr., LB – Friendswood, Texas)
Jordan Hill, Harvard (So., LB – Silver Spring, Md.)
Jay Cammon, Jr., Penn (Sr., LB – Landover, Md.)
Jeremiah Tyler, Princeton (So., LB – Detroit, Mich.)
David Jones, Cornell (Jr., DB – Sugar Land, Texas)
Bun Straton, Dartmouth (Sr., DB – Honolulu, Hawaii)
Delan Stallworth, Princeton (So., DB – Cincinnati, Ohio)
Ben Ellis, Princeton (Sr., DB – Memphis, Tenn.)

Special Teams
Jake McIntyre, Harvard (Jr., K – Orlando, Fla.)
Ryan Kopec, Brown (Sr., P – Alpharetta, Ga.)
Drew Schmid, Columbia (So., P – San Diego, Calif.)
Tiger Bech, Princeton (Jr., RS – Lafayette, La.)

Phil Lynch, Brown (Jr., OL – Milton, Mass.)
Logan Winders, Brown (Sr., OL – Springfield, Ill.)
Parker Coogan, Columbia (Jr., OL – Kingwood, Texas)
J. Edward Keating, Cornell (Sr., OL – Birmingham, Mich.)
Henry Stillwell, Cornell (Sr., OL – Richmond, Va.)
Alex Deters, Princeton (Jr., OL – Cincinnati, Ohio)
Tom Stewart, Harvard (Sr., QB – Dallas, Texas)
Kurt Rawlings, Yale (Jr., QB – Bel Air, Md.)
Rashaad Cooper, Dartmouth (Sr., RB – Tracy, Calif.)
Collin Eaddy, Princeton (So., RB – Raleigh, N.C.)
Livingstone Harriott, Brown (Jr., WR – Central Islip, N.Y.)
Kyle Castner, Columbia (Sr., WR – Indianapolis, Ind.)
Adam Scott, Harvard (Sr., WR – Denton, Texas)
Steve Farrell, Penn (Sr., WR – Hillsdale, N.J.)
J.J. Howland, Yale (So., TE – Fiskdale, Mass.)

Mike Hinton, Columbia (Sr., DL – Winston-Salem, N.C.)
Niko Lalos, Dartmouth (Jr., DL – Copley, Ohio)
Joey DeMarco, Princeton (Jr., DL – Del Mar, Calif.)
Daniel Aidman, Brown (Sr., LB – Austin, Texas)
Reis Seggebruch, Cornell (Sr., LB – Tomball, Texas)
Jake Moen, Dartmouth (Sr., LB – Gilroy, Calif.)
Ryan Burke, Yale (Jr., LB – Huntington Beach, Calif.)
Landon Baty, Columbia (Sr., DB – Mountain View, Calif.)
Ryan Roegge, Dartmouth (Jr., DB – Marietta, Ga.)
Zach Miller, Harvard (Sr., DB – Houston, Texas)
Mohammed Diakite, Penn (Fr., DB – Northhampton, Pa.)
Jacob Martin, Penn (Jr., DB – Buford, Ga.)

Special Teams
Jack Soslow, Penn (Sr., K – Bryn Mawr, Pa.)
David Jones, Cornell (Jr., RS – Sugar Land, Texas)

^ First and Second Teams Expanded Due to Ties in Voting
* Unanimous Selection