Here are the winter-season players who excelled as students and athletes, as selected by the Philadelphia Sports Information Directors Association.

Men's basketball Player of the year

Drexel guard Chris Fouch was a second-team all-Colonial Athletic Association selection. He finished his career with 1,744 points and 275 three-pointers made. He had a 3.56 grade point average as a graduate student in Drexel's sports-management program.

Men's Basketball Team

Peter Alexis, Philadelphia University, sophomore, psychology

Brett Cohen, Haverford, senior, mathematics

Jay Donovan, Delaware Valley, junior, accounting

Chris Fouch, Drexel, graduate, sports management

Mike Marvin, Penn State Abington, junior, business administration

Women's basketball Player of the year

Penn senior Alyssa Barron was the player of the year in both the Ivy League and the Big Five, leading the Quakers to the Ivy championship and their first NCAA tournament berth in 10 years. She is one of six players all-time to be named first-team all-Big Five in four consecutive years. Barron is second on Penn's all-time scoring list with 1,806 points.

Women's Basketball Team

Eireann Anatasi, Delaware Valley, sophomore, entrepreneurship/accounting

Alyssa Baron, Penn, senior, communications

Katie Lytle, Swarthmore, senior, mathematics

Brittany Sandone, Cabrini, senior, pre-K-4 with special education

Erin Shields, St. Joseph's, senior, finance

Men's swimming Athlete of the year

Ben Smith of Villanova won the first Big East Conference titles for a male swimmer in school history, taking the 100- and 200-yard butterfly events, and set a school record of 48.84 seconds in the 100 'fly. He was named all-Big East in four events: the 800 freestyle relay, 100 'fly, 200 'fly, and 400 medley relay. A three-time Big East academic all-star, he had a 3.376 GPA.

Men's Swimming Team

Vadim Belogorodsky, Widener, junior, electrical engineering

Tyler Coe, Rowan, sophomore, accounting

Dave Derr, La Salle, senior, accounting/MBA

Mattias Glenesk, La Salle, sophomore, digital art

Tim Graham, Arcadia, sophomore, biology

Kyle Lukens, Drexel, sophomore, general business

Jason Moyer, Villanova, junior, mechanical engineering

Ben Smith, Villanova, senior, computer science

Rhoads Worster, Penn, senior, economics

Women's swimming Athlete of the year

Junior Katrin Heider helped lead Villanova to the Big East title, winning the 100 and 200 freestyle events and finishing third in the 50 free. She was also on the winning 200, 400, and 800 freestyle relay teams. The biology major has a 3.884 GPA and is a two-time member of the Big East all-academic team.

Women's Swimming Team

Jennifer Barkofski, Widener, senior, early/special education

Whitney Boeckel, Arcadia, junior, mathematics/actuarial science

Supriya Davis, Swarthmore, junior, undeclared

Michelle Hall, Villanova, senior, chemistry

Katrin Heider, Villanova, junior, biology

Sara Jurek, Villanova, junior, nursing

Kaisla Kollanus, Villanova, sophomore, business

Bryn O'Neill, Ursinus, senior, business and economics/Spanish

Breaghann Smith, Cabrini, senior, psychology

Becky Teng, Swarthmore, senior, biology

Men's at-large Athlete of the year

Drexel senior squash player Justin Singh led the Dragons in wins the last three years, playing at either No. 1 or No. 2 singles. He helped Drexel climb to No. 14 nationally. Singh finished the year ranked 39th in the nation.

Men's At-Large Team

Michael Bittner, Temple, junior, psychology, gymnastics

Chris Bournazos, Neumann, junior, sport and entertainment management, ice hockey

John Dudzik, Penn, senior, economic history, squash

Alec Horan, Delaware Valley, senior, business administration, wrestling

Richard Jasinski, Ursinus, junior, chemistry, wrestling

Casey Kent, Penn, sophomore, mechanical engineering and applied mechanics, wrestling

Jon Low, Neumann, sophomore, biology, ice hockey

Kevin Matyas, Drexel, senior, political science, wrestling

Dan McDougall, Neumann, junior, business-accounting, ice hockey

Justin Singh, Drexel, senior, finance, squash

Women's at-large Athlete of the year

Chantal Montrose, a senior fencer at Temple, is a four-time winner of the National Intercollegiate Women's Fencing Association title in epee. This season, she qualified for the NCAA championships for the second time in her career. The advertising major has been named to the Temple President's Honor Roll three times and has a 3.76 GPA.

Women's At-Large Team

Sylvie Borschel, Temple, senior, film and media arts, gymnastics

Edie Brenning, Neumann, senior, criminal justice, ice hockey

Lauren Capone, Temple, junior, strategic communication, gymnastics

Brittanie DeMeno, Temple, senior, childhood education, gymnastics

Shannon Massott, Arcadia, senior, psychology/pre-PT, golf

Kaitlyn Money, Drexel, sophomore, electrical engineering, squash

Chantal Montrose, Temple, senior, advertising, fencing

Sarah Parmacek, Penn, junior, international/Hispanic studies, fencing

Kiran Vasudevan, Drexel, junior, chemical engineering, squash

Heather Zaniewski, Temple, senior, neuroscience, gymnastics

Wendy Zhao, Penn, senior, finance, fencing