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Sheehan '09 is Ivy Player of the Week after goal clinches Ivy title

The men's soccer team is still bringing home the hardware. In addition to the Ivy League championship he helped win on Saturday, Dylan Sheehan '09 earned the Ivy League Player of the Week award on Monday.

Sheehan received the honor in part because he scored his 10th goal of the season in the 83rd minute of Saturday's game, giving Brown a 1-0 win over Dartmouth to clinch the Ivy League title. Off a flip throw-in from teammate Darren Howerton '09, Sheehan got his head on the ball and sent it into the back of the net to break the scoreless tie.

Sheehan now leads the Bears with 26 points this season, good for second in the Ivy League. His 10 goals leave him in a tie for second place in the league, along with teammate Kevin Davies '08, and his six assists are tied for fourth.

With the win, the Bears earned an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament, where they will compete for a shot at the national championship. They have one game remaining at Columbia this weekend.


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