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Helping Hands

Nicole Hung ’14 and Jordyn Seni ’14 are using their PVC Service Circle grant to leverage their team’s on-court success for the benefit of a Senegal orphanage


42: The Streak Continues As we enter the second semester on campus, this issue of the PVC news celebrates the on and off the field achievements of Tiger student-athletes to date. Princeton’s winter student-athletes are working on matching the many achievements of their autumn counterparts. Individually, five Ivy League Players of the Year honors (two overall, two defensive and one offensive) were earned in the fall. Football won the Big Three championship and a bonfire on Cannon Green; women’s soccer reached the NCAA tournament round of 32, men’s cross country finished 11th in the nation (the program’s best finish ever), and field hockey won its first NCAA national championship. Men’s and women’s squash are leading the winter charge with the first two Ivy titles of the season; each will have a great shot at their sport’s national championship. Bill Bradley ’65 and Dick Kazmaier ’52 at the #42 The field hockey championship marks the 42nd year in a row that Princeton has won an individual Retirement Celebration in 2009 or team varsity national championship. Fans of Princeton Athletics know this to be a truly special number, worn by Sullivan Award winner Bill Bradley ’65 (PVC Advisory Committee Member) and Heisman Trophy winner Dick Kazmaier ‘52 (PVC Board of Directors Emeritus Member), and retired by the Department of Athletics in 2009. As PVC Lifetime members, they’ll both receive a copy of this magazine, along with our Service Circle members, Annual members, PVC 1st Year Free Members (Class of 2012) and newest membership group - “Earn Your Stripes” young alumni (Class of 2007 to 2012), who receive membership as a result of a gift to an Athletics Friends Group. It’s our way of recognizing the important contributions to Tiger Athletics that AFG’s make alongside the Princeton Varsity Club, and an encouragement for our young alumni to support Tiger Athletics as soon as they are able. We are extremely appreciative of the generous contributions of our many members. Thanks for your support of the PVC, and GO TIGERS!

Kellie Staples Rob Hayden Associate Director of Athletics Assistant Director

Princeton Varsity Club Princeton Varsity Club kgale@princeton.edu rhayden@princeton.edu

QUICK HITS: PAWS WITH CLAWS Strong starts and Ivy victories for winter teams provide smooth transition from fall success FALL SPORTS Women’s Cross Country finished second at HEPS and fourth at MidAtlantic Regionals, led by Greta Feldman ’13, who finished eighth overall in both races. The finishes earned her All-Ivy and All-Region honors. Joining her on the All-Region team were Emily de La Bruyere ’15 and Jackie Nicholas ’14. Feldman’s finish at regionals earned her a trip to the NCAA Championships, where she finished 88th overall. Men’s Cross Country won their third consecutive HEPS title, paced by Chris Bendtsen ’14 and Alejandro Arroyo Yamin ’14, who finished 1-2, followed shortly by Tyler Udland ’14 (4th) and Jonathan Vitez ’14 (7th). The team won an at-large bid for the NCAA Championships with a 3rd place finish at Mid-Atlantic Regionals, following that with the highest NCAA finish in program history (11th) at nationals. Field Hockey won the first national championship in program history, defeating the #7, #6 and #1-ranked teams in the process. Katie Reinprecht ’13 earned Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year, along with Mid-Atlantic and National player of the year honors; Kathleen Sharkey ’13 was named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year, and along with Katie and Julia (’14) Reinprecht, earned First Team All-America honors.

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Michelle Cesan `14 and Christina Maida ’14 also received All-America recognition. Head coach Kristen Holmes-Winn was also named Dita/ NFCHA Mid-Atlantic and National Coach of the year. Football earned the 25th sweep in program history of the H-Y-P series, earning the traditional USG bonfire on Cannon Green. The team was lead by Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year Mike Catapano ’13, a unanimous First-Team All-Ivy selection. Joining him on the first team were Caraun Reid ’13 (defensive line) and Anthony Gaffney ’16 (defensive back/kick returner). Mark Hayes ’13, Roman Wilson ’14, Spenser Huston ’15, Andrew Starks ’13, and Joe Cloud ’13 each received Second-Team All-Ivy honors after the program’s biggest turnaround in two decades. Men’s Soccer finished the season 4-1-2 in a strong year for the Ivy League. Mark Linnville ’13 earned his fourth First-Team All-Ivy nod, along with co-captain Matt Sanner ’13, who was recognized as an All-Ivy performer for the fourth year as well. Thomas Sanner ’16 was named Ivy League Rookie of the year after leading the team in scoring with 14 points. Women’s Soccer won the Ivy Leauge and made the program’s 10th trip to the NCAA Tournament. Along the way, they won 12 games in a row including a first-round win over West Virginia, the 2012 Big 12 regular


season champions. Jen Hoy ’13 was named Ivy League Player of the Year, and was joined on the All-Ivy First Team by Lauren Lazo ’15, Gabriella Guzman ’13, Rachel Sheehy ’13, and Alison Nabatoff ’13. Caitlin Blosser ’13 and Claire Pinciaro ’13 each earned All-Ivy Second-Team recognition.

Navy, Brown, and Mercyhurst. Tim Wenzlau ’13 and Drew Hoffenberg ’15 were each named to the CWPA All-Southern and All-Eastern teams. Head Coach Luis Nicolao was also named 2012 CWPA Sportsman of the Year, and goalie Alex Gow ’16 won the USA Water Polo “Save of the Year.”

Sprint Football experienced a resurgence in 2012, as 12 members of the team earned All-CSFL honors. First-team selections included Sean Conrad ’13 (488 yards rushing, 3 TDs), Ross Cadman ’13 (3 interceptions, 55 tackles) and John Wolfe ’13 (215 yards receiving, 2 TDs). Ben Foulon ’13, Nicolas Lulli ’13 and Christopher McCord ’15 each earned SecondTeam honors.

Women’s Volleyball placed second in the Ivy League, winning nine league matches and placing four on All-Ivy teams. Lydia Rudnick ’13, who head coach Sabrina King ’01 described as “one of the best pin hitters to ever grace Princeton volleyball,” earned her third straight First-Team All-Ivy award after leading the league in kills (370) and points (415). Joining her on the All-Ivy First Team was Kendall Peterkin ’16. Former walk-on Tiana Woolridge ’15 earned Second-Team All Ivy recognition after her own breakout season.

Men’s Water Polo took third place at the Eastern Championships to close out the 2012 season. Along the way, they defeated ranked Santa Clara,

WINTER SPORTS (through February 10th) Men’s Basketball has been lead by Ian Hummer ’13, who has earned five Ivy League Player of the Week honors (tying the league record). Joining him as early-season honorees were T.J. Bray ’14, Will Barrett ’14 and Hans Brase ’16. Bray and Barrett earned Ivy Player of the Week recognition, while Brase was named Rookie of the Week as the Tigers tallied an early 4-1 record in league play (11-8 overall). Women’s Basketball has rocketed out to a 5-0 start in Ivy League play, winning their five conference games by an average of 37 points, and breaking a 26-year-old program record by scoring 99 points in their win over Yale on February 10th. Niveen Rasheed ’13 has been named Ivy League Player of the Week four times, and leads the Ivy League in points and steals as of press time. Wrestling has been led by co-captain Zach Bintliff ’13 and rookie Scott Gibbons ’16, who have recorded 18 individual wins each. The Tigers have recorded team wins over Sacred Heart and Franklin & Marshall so far. Also of note is the win by Ryan Callahan ’14 over Harvard’s Cameron Croy, winner of 21 matches mid-way through the season. Men’s Ice Hockey sits at third place in the ECAC after 16 games, most recently earning a strong season sweep over Cornell and Colgate. Andrew Calof ’14 leads the team in scoring with 30 points (10 goals, 20 assists), followed closely in goals by Tyler Maugeri ’15 (9 goals, 12 assists). Mike Condon ’13 leads the goaltenders with a .926 save percentage. Women’s Ice Hockey has been paced by Corey Stearns ’13 and Kelly Cooke ’13 on offense (27 points and 22 points, respectively), and rookie Kimberly Newell ’16 in goal with a .911 save percentage over 1200+ minutes of play. Men’s Swimming & Diving opened the season ranked #25 in the nation, rising to #22 by print time on the strength of a 6-1 record, Highlights include dominant wins over Penn, Cornell, Brown, Dartmouth, and Yale. Harrison Wagner ’15, Jeremy Wong ’16 and En-Wei Hu-Van Wright ’16 were each ranked in the top 50 in their events at the end of 2012. Women’s Swimming & Diving has earned regular season wins over Cornell, Penn, Brown, Dartmouth, and Yale, heading toward the Ivy Championships at DeNunzio Pool. Their win in the Brown Invitational was highlighted by

a 400 free relay win by Lisa Boyce ’14, Mallory Remick ’16, Sada Stewart ’16, and Nikki Larson ’16; Jillian Altenburger ’13 and Randi Brown ’14 have also provided a spark with dual meet wins in the 200 meter free and one-meter diving competitions, respectively. Men’s Squash clinched a share of its 18th Ivy League championship with a 9-0 win over Columbia, following an impressive league run which featured wins over #3 Harvard and #4 Yale. Todd Harrity ’13, the 2011 CSA Individual National Champion, leads the team into a rematch of the 2012 national championship with Trinity, followed by the CSA team and individual national championships in the coming weeks. Women’s Squash won its sixth Ivy League title, and is the top seed for the upcoming team national championships. Three-time first-team AllAmerica and All-Ivy honoree Julie Cerullo ’13 leads the team at the #1 position, but the deep squad is bolstered by strong contributions from underclassmen Rachel Leizman ’16, Tara Harrington ’16, Nicole Bunyan ’15, Hallie Dewey ’15, and Alex Lunt ’15. Men’s Indoor Track & Field won its 22nd consecutive HYP meet on February 9th, paced by winning performances from Damon McLean ’14 (high jump), Jonathan Vitez ’14 (3,000m), Tom Hopkins ’14 (long jump, 400m), Michael Williams ’14 (1,000m), Gregory Caldwell ’16 (60m hurdles), Bradley Paternostro ’15 (500m), and Russell Dinkins ’13 (800m). The 4x400 and 4x800 relay teams also earned strong wins. Women’s Indoor Track & Field won their fourth straight HYP meet on 2/9. Erin Guty ’13 led the way, taking 1st in the long jump, and scoring in the 60m and 200m events. Emily de La Bruyere ’15 (3,000m), Greta Feldman ’13 (800m), Cecilia Barowski ’15 (400m), Tory Worthen ’13 (pole vault), Imani Oliver ’14 (triple jump), and the 4x400 and 4x800 teams also took 1st place finishes. Men’s and Women’s Fencing performed admirably at the Vassar and Northwestern Duals, including wins over North Carolina, Vassar, NYU, Sacred Heart, Penn State, Temple, and a men’s team victory over #1 Ohio State. Overall, the women are 15-2 on the year, while the men sit at 14-2 before the Ivy Championships, which have been postponed due to weather.

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PERFORMANCE Inside the success of a national championship team with field hockey All-American Kat Sharkey ’13 This fall, the Princeton field hockey team went 7-0 in the Ivy League and 21-1 overall en route to their program’s first NCAA national championship. The incredible leadership provided by an experienced group of captains was one of many factors leading to their success; All-American tri-captain Kat Sharkey ’13 sat down to discuss some of the other intangibles of her team with us. PVC News: Besides the tremendous skill level throughout the roster, what would you say was the most important factor to your team’s success in 2012? KAT SHARKEY ’13: I would say the most important factor to our team’s success in 2012 was our team unity. This team was very close off the field and when we came together to practice each afternoon we really enjoyed what we were doing. This positive enviornment that our team created throughout the course of the season allowed us to work hard each day in practice and become genuinely excited for each upcoming game. With everyone on the team relaxed and having fun during games and practices, we were able to focus on continually elevating our skill level. Our positive attitude allowed us to focus on learning and improving from each game whether it was a win or a loss. PVCN: Talk about a lesson you learned individually during the season. KS: This season I really learned to appreciate every moment of a collegiate sports season. I knew it was my last season as a Princeton student athlete, but I didn’t dwell on that fact. I think my fellow seniors and I focused on each day and didn’t think about the fact that the end of our careers was soon approaching. My mantra throughout the season was to just ‘Live in the moment. Succeed in the moment’. PVCN: What three words best describe the team, and why? KS: I would say our team can be described as passionate, enthusiastic, and dedicated. This team had so much energy from day one of preseason until the national championship game, and this high energy level never wavered throughout the season. Everyone looked forward to practice each day and games on the weekend, but we also took the time enjoy the experience. We enjoyed team meals and activities on away trips just as much as the games. At various

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times throughout the season, we took the time to remember how fortunate we were to even have the opportunity to compete as division one student athletes. This helped us to really appreciate what we were doing and not take any moment of our season for granted. Finally, everyone on our team was committed to the program. On most days during the season, many members of the team would be on the field an hour before practice started to work on individual skills. PVCN: Who would you describe as the team’s “unsung hero,” and why?

Coach Callahan: “Th

Bob Callahan ’77 added two additional lines to his the Collegiate Squash Hall of Fame and then being r Year. On the day following Callahan’s hall of fame in by the Office of Athletic Communications, ran the fo The man of the hour stood inside the glassencased squash court that has taken up temporary residence where basketballs usually bounce, right there in the center of the main floor of the Daskalakis Athletic Center at Drexel University. He wore a dark suit with a yellow tie, one adorned with crossed squash racquets, one that left TigerBlog wondering where someone would get such a tie in the first place. As he sat and listened to what was being said, TigerBlog couldn’t help but think

KS: I would say the team’s unsung hero this year was Christina Maida. As a goalie, she did not really get the recognition and honor she deserved until the very end of the season. She kept us in so many games this year with her amazing skills and her ability to organize our defensive line effectively. She was really awesome throughout the entire season, and was a huge reason why our team won the national championship.

of how different this man looks in a suit and

PVCN: What was your favorite off-the-field moment from this year?

was underneath, what was in the heart - Bob

KS: My favorite off the field moment from this year was probably the bus ride home from the national championship game. We spent the entire six hour bus ride talking and hanging out as a team. Usually on bus ride homes everyone has headphones in and is reading or sleeping. On this bus ride after the national championship, for obvious reasons, we were extremely energized and excited. It was just so fun to hang out with the team, listen to music, and bring our national championship trophy back to Princeton.

night.

not the attire TB usually sees him in - white tennis shorts, a Princeton shirt of some sort and a jacket. In fact, Callahan could have worn whatever he wanted, since this really wasn’t about any kind of showy dress. No, this was about what Callahan’s and everyone who was there last

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overcompensated. When they clapped for Bob Callahan, it was for one reason only. Everyone there loves the guy. Trinity head coach Paul Assaiante introduced Callahan and called him “the classiest person I know.” He also spoke about Callahan’s legendary sportsmanship, how he treats victory and defeat the same. He called Callahan his friend multiple times and twice called him his “brother from another mother.” Going back to February, Callahan’s Princeton

Sharkey (at right) celebrates her program’s first national championship after a thrilling 3-2 win over Atlantic Coast Conference power North Carolina

team defeated Assaiante’s Bantams to win the national championship. This wasn’t just any championship, though. This one ended


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incredible career resume this fall, being named to recognized as Princeton’s 2011-12 Ariel Coach of the nduction, Princeton’s official “TigerBlog,” produced ollowing piece, entitled The Man Of the Hour. Trinity’s 13-year run at the top.

COMMUNITY PVC Events: The Year So Far The PVC serves the entire Princeton Atheltics community, current student-athletes, alumni, friends and staff. Below is a sampling of photos from some events held and supported by the PVC so far this year. To view more, visit the photo galleries at PrincetonVarsityClub.org! Collegians for the Cure, Fall 2012 Women’s Swimming & Diving Team on-campus 5k, supported by the PVC

Frosh-Soph Barbeque, Fall 2012 Jadwin Gymnasium

Reading with the Tigers, Fall 2012 Joyce Kilmer Elementary School, Trenton, NJ

Tigers in the Community - Princeton Rowing, Fall 2012 “Gandhi Garden,” Trenton, NJ

Assaiante joked that he was wearing his 13th championship ring because Bob Callahan had prevented him from earning a 14th. And then Callahan walked up to the microphone and gave the punchline: “I told my team that nobody beats us 14 years in a row.” As he gave his speech last night, he thanked all of the people who came out to see him, complete with the entire current Princeton men’s and women’s teams. His speech was a reflection of his personality - humble, a little uncomfortable in the spotlight, funny, heartfelt, soft-spoken. When it was over, there was a standing ovation for him, and there wasn’t one person in the room who didn’t want the moment to last forever. You can’t have a squash Hall of Fame that doesn’t include Bob Callahan, for all of his accomplishments as a player and coach, for all of his contributions in promoting the sport and helping it evolve, for all the people he touched.

PVC-Friends of Princeton Basketball Postgame Reception Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY

PVC-Friends of Basketball Penn Doubleheader Reception Jadwin Gym - East Side Court

If you know Bob Callahan, you can’t help but love him. He’s just that kind of person.

This piece was edited from its original version due to space constraints. To view the full TigerBlog post, visit http://goprincetontigers.blogspot.com.

Princeton Field Hockey “Road to the Championship” Event Presented by the PVC, Chancellor Green Rotunda

PVC Leadership Reception C. Bernard Shea ’16 Rowing Center

Princeton squash coaches Gail Ramsay and Bob Callahan ’77 as children

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PVC SERVICE CIRCLE: WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SUPPORTING AFRICAN ORPHANAGE

In 2011, the PVC began offering annual grant funding for community service projects to current student-athletes as part of the PVC Service Circle program. Nicole Hung ’14 and Jordyn Seni ’14 of the women’s basketball team are running “Assists 4 Africa,” as part of this program and raising funds for a Senegal-based orphanage, which they visited with their team in 2011. We sat down with Nicole and Jordyn to discuss their event.

PVC News: Your experience in Mbour obviously affected you strongly as a group. Can you describe what it was like? Nicole Hung ’14: Our overseas trip as a whole was an incredible experience, but the Senegal leg of the trip was especially impacting. To be able to completely immerse ourselves into a culture that is so different from what we were used to and familiar with was eye-opening, to say the least. From visiting local fish markets to meeting the US ambassador of Senegal (who is in fact, a Princeton grad) to venturing on an African safari to see giraffes and rhinos, every minute of our trip was exciting, enlightening, and worthwhile. Still, our trip to the orphanage was undoubtedly the most unforgettable. Walking in to each room of the orphanage and seeing over thirty screaming babies rolling around in their cribs, covered with mosquito nets, was one of the most heartbreaking and harrowing things I’ve experienced—definitely not a very easy image to forget. Yet, seeing the pure and utter joy on the babies’ faces when one of us picked them up and played with them was almost enough to make me forget their plight and misfortune. For me, the trip to the orphanage offered time for introspection, to think about and appreciate all that we have that the kids in that room will most likely never be able to experience.

Nicole Hung ’14 (left) and Jordyn Seni ’14 (right) are raising money to be used to purchase food and medicine for the orphanage that they visited in 2011. pledging an amount of their choosing to correspond to our season assist total (last year, we had 398!). With the funds raised from donations, pledges per assist and t-shirt sales, we will work with Progress 4 Africa to coordinate the purchase of medicine, food and other necessary supplies so that we are able to address a variety of the orphanage’s most pressing needs.

PVCN: What prompted you to decide to give back to the orphanage? PVCN: What is your goal with this event? NH: Last fall, I attended a sports panel-based event where speakers discussed how there’s a lot of value in using sports as a means of bridging diversity gaps between various countries. At the event, I heard about how the Princeton Varsity Club offers a community service grant each semester that allows the students to essentially plan everything on their own to raise funds for a charity of their choice, and I thought that the orphanage we visited in Senegal could benefit greatly from being on the receiving end of this kind of project. I talked over my idea with Jordyn Seni ‘14 and Lauren Polansky ‘13 and we started drafting a proposal for the grant and got the ball rolling for Assists 4 Africa.

NH: The ultimate end goal for Assists 4 Africa is to raise sufficient funds to coordinate the purchase of the most immediate needs of the orphanage Vivre Ensemble Madeshael. These goods will include mosquito nets to cover the babies’ cribs, food supplies (including milk), and malaria medicine. Our hope is to provide six months to a year’s worth of these goods for the orphanage.

PVCN: Please describe your Service Circle event for us. Jordyn Seni ’14: Our PVC Service Circle initiative, Assists 4 Africa, is a season-long project in which the women’s basketball team is trying to capitalize on the assists recorded in games to give them scope beyond the court. It comes naturally for this team to rack up assists in games, so creating this service initiative serves as a way for us to assist Vivre Ensemble Madeshael, the orphanage our team visited while in Mbour, Senegal in the summer of 2011. We encourage fans to engage in a service project that supports an organization so significant in our experiences during the team trip by making a one-time donation or

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Nicole Hung ’14 of the women’s basketball team discusses Assists 4 Africa at the recent PVC-Friends of Basketball Penn doubleheader event.


PRINCETON VARSITY CLUB MEMBERSHIP PVC Membership is open to all alumni letterwinners and members of the Princeton Athletics Friends Groups. It is also open to all alumni and friends of Princeton University who are interested in supporting the mission of the Princeton Varsity Club.Below, you will find a listing of newly-active PVC members and members who have recently increased their giving (orange typeface denotes Lifetime-level membership).

NEW MEMBERS

PVC MEMBERSHIP

A special thanks to our members who have become active* for the first time in 2012-13:

PVC Donor ($1-$149): Anyone who makes an annual, tax-deductible gift to the PVC of $1 or more will be recognized in the end-of-year donor rolls in the PVC News and at the PVC Awards Banquet.

*“Active” members have made a donation of $150 or more; does not include “Earn Your Stripes” members

Ms. Emi J. Alexander ’14 Miss Kimberly A. Allen ’97 Mr. Robert G. Andre ’69 Dr. Victoria Baum Bjorklund ’73 Mr. John B. Cummings P11 P14 Ms. Karen Sculli Doniger ’91 Mr. William B. Doniger ’88 The Hon. Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. ’79 Dr. Susan Mariscal Glockner ’85 Mrs. Eleanor Tydings Gollob ’90 Dr. Michael J. Gratch P16 Mr. Peter F. Hauck ’71 Mr. Richard Arthur Jones ’65 Mr. Thomas S. Jordan, Jr. ’55 Mr. Kenneth Charles Karetnick P16 Mr. John P. Kendall P16 Mr. Bryan Koslow Anthony S. Krausen, M.D. ’65 Dr. Daniel J. Leizman P16

Mr. Michael R. Lindburg P16 Mr. Lawrence F. Lunt P15 Mr. Richard B. Mandelbaum ’87 Mr. Adrian K. Melville ’06 Mr. Anthony G. Miller P13 Mr. Henson J. Orser ’87 Mr. Daniel Phelan P04 Dr. Roy A. Pizzarello ’65 Mr. Jordan A. Rapp ’02 Mr. Cosmo P. Santullo ’78 Mr. Frank R. Selby K45 Dr. John T. Seykora P16 Mrs. Victoria Adler Slichter S54 Mr. Thomas C. Stewart P13 Dr. Alexis S. Tingan ’05 Mr. Steven H. Tishman ’79 Mr. James A. Webb P13 Dr. Edward L. Woehling P15 Mr. Ted K. Yarbrough ’90

PVC Annual Member ($150-$499): For those wishing to make an annual donation that will support broad-based initiatives benefitting all Princeton student-athletes. Annual members will receive an electronic subscription to the PVC News, the limited-edition PVC Annual Member pin, and invitations for the member and a guest to PVC events. PVC Service Circle Member ($500-$4,999): Each year, the PVC is contacted by our civic-minded studentathletes and coaches about the opportunity to give back to the community. A portion of your annual gift will be used to help fund Service Circle initiatives and subsequently provide leadership opportunities for current student-athletes. PVC Service Circle Members will receive the benefits of an Annual Member, along with the limited-edition PVC Service Circle pin.

UPGRADES The PVC would also like to thank those members who have increased their contribution this year: The Rev. James H. Adams, III ’61 Mr. Stanley M. Adelson David E. Attarian, M.D. ’76 Ms. Jane O. Biondi ’00 Mr. Hank Bjorklund ’72 Dr. James C. Blair ’61 Mr. David N. Brenner ’97 Mr. James H. Bromley ’60 Edward R. Burka, M.D. ’52 Matthew H. Carabasi, M.D. ’74 Charles C.J. Carpenter, Jr., M.D. ’52 Mr. David G. Chandler ’80 Mrs. Katherine Raymond Crow ’89 Mr. Thomas R. DeNunzio ’84 Mr. Melville P. Dickenson, Jr. ’49 (D) Dr. Andrew J. Doorey ’74 Mr. John P. Doran ’68 Mr. Robert Eisenstadt ’63 Mr. Curtis M. FitzGerald ’70 Mr. Clinton Gilbert, Jr. ’51 Mr. Edward M. Glassmeyer ’89 Mr. John K. Goodwin ’82 Mr. James M. Hackett ’65 Mr. George C. S. Hackl ’55 J. Dixon Hills, M.D. ’54 Mr. Dylan S. Hogarty ’06 Mr. James K. Holman ’66 William L. Hudson, Esq. ’74 Mr. John R. Hummer ’70 Mr. Matthew R. Kinsey ’98 Mr. Jeremiah D. Lambert ’55 Mr. A. Stephen Lane, Jr. ’72 Ms. Aila Winkler Main ’92 Mr. Michael J. Mardy ’70

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Kenneth B. Margulies, M.D. ’82 Mr. David N. Martin ’67 Mr. Robert E. Mast, Jr. ’76 Brian S. McAllister, D.D.S. ’89 Mr. Brian J. McDonald ’83 Mr. Marshall Glenn Morris, III ’72 Ms. Elizabeth H. Morse ’04 Mr. Stephen C. Muther ’71 Mr. S. William Omeltchenko ’78 Mr. John S. Oyler ’72 Mr. Charles J. Plohn, Jr. ’66 Mr. Thomas M. Pohl ’00 Mr. Richard Ottesen Prentke ’67 Mr. J. Frank Remley, III ’66 Mr. Andrew G. Rimol ’74 The Rt. Rev. Peter W. Riola Kimberly E. Ritrievi, Ph.D. ’80 Mr. Thomas S. Roberts ’85 Mrs. Caroline Buck Rogers ’77 The Hon. Donald H. Rumsfeld ’54 Mr. Mark A. Shapiro ’89 Mr. Donald A. Slichter ’54 Mr. Bruce G. Soden ’60 Mr. Richard Starsia ’78 Mr. David E. Strand P15 Mr. John G. Sully ’45 Mr. Chalmer S. Taylor ’85 Mr. Doug Taylor Mr. James M. Wadsworth ’61 Mr. William M. Walker, II ’64 Mr. Henry C. Ward, Jr. ’57 Mr. Peter C. Wendell ’72 Robert S. Wetmore, M.D. ’70 Mr. David M. Wilson ’53

PVC Lifetime Member ($5,000+): Anyone interested in making a one-time gift to the Princeton Varsity Club can elect to join as a Lifetime Member. You will receive the benefits of Annual Membership for life. Those who would like to make a Lifetime Membership gift in honor of a friend or loved one are welcome and encouraged to do so - the honoree will receive Annual Membership for life, and full recognition at PVC events and on the PVC website. The donor will receive gift credit.

EARN YOUR STRIPES

“Earn Your Stripes” Program: Starting for the first time in fiscal year 2013 (July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013), the PVC will offer full annual membership to young alumni (classes of ‘07-’12) who make a gift of any amount to a Princeton Athletics Friends Group. Earn Your Stripes today and reap the benefits of being a member of the PVC and an Athletics Friends Group.

To learn more about supporting the Princeton Varsity Club and Princeton Athletics, please visit: www.PrincetonVarsityClub.org OR www.GoPrincetonTigers.com/Giving Do you have questions about PVC membership? Contact PVC@Princeton.edu or 609-258-6696.


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Frank Sowinski ’78

Royce Flippin ’56

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Ex Officio Members

Caroline Buck Rogers ’77 Mike Novogratz ’87

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Emily Goodfellow ’76

Richard Kazmaier ’52

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Paul Harris ’54

Bill Ford ’79

Ralph DeNunzio ’53

Janet Morrison Clarke ’75

Gog Boonswang ’96

Y.S. Chi ’83

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PVC News - March 2013  

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