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Penn, Princeton headline All-Ivy football

(STATS) - Co-champions Penn and Princeton led the way on the All-Ivy League football team with six first-team selections each, and Princeton's Bob Surace was a unanimous choice for the coach of the year award.

Dartmouth wide receiver and return specialist Hunter Hagdorn was named the league's rookie of the year.

The finalists for 2016 Asa S. Bushnell Cup, which recognizes the Ivy League's offensive and defensive players of the year, will be announced on Nov. 29. The winners will be unveiled on Dec. 5.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: T. Linta1074
Passing TDs: K. Moreno8
Rushing Yards: J. Pena500
Rushing TDs: J. Pena4
Receiving Yards: A. Jette518
Receiving TDs: T. Doles5
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2016
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/17 at Bryant W 35 - 27
9/24 vs. Harvard L 22 - 32
10/1 at Rhode Island L 13 - 28
10/8 vs. Stetson L 21 - 31
10/15 at Princeton L 7 - 31
10/22 vs. Cornell W 28 - 21
10/29 at Penn L 14 - 21
11/5 vs. Yale W 27 - 22
11/12 at Dartmouth W 24 - 21
11/19 vs. Columbia L 13 - 31
Ivy League
  Conference Overall
Princeton 6-1 8-2
Pennsylvania 6-1 7-3
Harvard 5-2 7-3
Brown 3-4 4-6
Yale 3-4 3-7
Cornell 2-5 4-6
Columbia 2-5 3-7
Dartmouth 1-6 4-6
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3159 (114)
Passing Yards: 1882 (97)
Rushing Yards: 1277 (102)
Points per game: 20.4 (101)
Yards per game: 315.9 (104)
Touchdowns: 25 (103)
Field Goals: 6 (96)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3563 (15)
Passing Yards: 2336 (49)
Rushing Yards: 1227 (12)
Points per game: 26.5 (52)
Yards per game: 356.3 (42)
Touchdowns: 34 (46)
Field Goals: 6 (10)
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