SUMMIT, NJ - Ryan O'Malley, Summit High School (SHS) class of 2011, has earned All-Ivy League honors for the second consecutive year, in a season that saw he and his University of Pennsylvania teammates claim the Ivy League Football Championship.
The League crown was the 17th in Penn's history, and the second of O'Malley's Quaker career, having also claimed the title in 2012.
In 2015, the 6'7", 265-pound O'Malley caught 20 passes, for 202 yards and three touchdowns. His longest catch of the year was a 25-yarder, he averaged 10.1 yards per catch, and scored a 14-yard touchdown against Cornell in the Ivy League clincher.
O'Malley was four-year member of the SHS Football Team as a wide receiver and defensive end.  He was part of the Hilltopper Team that captured the State Championship n 2009.
Penn had a dramatic turn-around season under first-year Head Coach Ray Priore, who was named as the Conference's Coach of The Year. After going 2-8 in 2014, Priore guided the Quakers to a 7-3 record, going 7-1 in the Ivy League. After starting the campaign 1-3, Penn won it's final six games.