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Apr.25, 2012

Vol. 112, No. 11

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Kelly Shon ’14 has competed against some of golf’s best players in the U.S. Women’s Open.

Shon ’14, a late bloomer, shines in women’s golf

Published in the Apr.25, 2012, issue

Becoming an elite golfer takes years of practice. And while not everyone is making putts on TV at the age of 2, as Tiger Woods did, Kelly Shon ’14 had an exceptionally late start, picking up the game when she was 12, an age when some players are competing...Read more
Candy Button ’13 is a quiet spark plug on the softball team and a high achiever in the classroom.

Extra Point

On the diamond, hitting it right on the Button

Published in the Apr.25, 2012, issue

Candy Button ’13 is the starting right fielder for the softball team, a walk-on player near the top of her class academically who as a preschooler would sit on her dad’s lap and work on computer programs with him. “Pretty much any problem that lent itself...Read more

Squash coach fights cancer

Published in the Apr.25, 2012, issue

Head squash coach Bob Callahan ’77 underwent surgery for a brain tumor in early March. Callahan — whose team won the national championship in February with a spectacular win over traditional powerhouse Trinity — said at the end of the month that he feels...Read more
Jonathan Yergler ’13

Sports Shorts

Published in the Apr.25, 2012, issue

FENCING placed second at the NCAA Championships March 22–25, the program’s best finish since the combined men’s and women’s format was introduced in 1990. Jonathan Yergler ’13, above and left, captured the national title in men’s epee, becoming Princeton’s...Read more
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