Track and cross country alumna CLARE GALLAGHER ’14 won the women’s title at the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc CCC, a 101-kilometer race in the Alps that traverses portions of France, Italy, and Switzerland. She finished in just under 12 hours and 14 minutes — nearly 13 minutes faster than her closest challenger.
Goalie NATALIE GROSSI ’20 recorded four shutouts in the women’s soccer team’s first four games, including a six-save performance in the Tigers’ 2–0 win at No. 20 North Carolina State Sept. 2. Princeton opened 6–0 for the second straight year.
Cleveland Browns tight end SETH DEVALVE ’16 became the first white player in the NFL to kneel during the national anthem when he joined 11 black teammates in a pregame protest Aug. 21. DeValve’s wife, ERICA HARRIS DEVALVE ’17, who is African American, wrote in an essay for TheRoot.com that she was proud of her husband but wary of coverage that portrayed him as “some sort of white savior,” adding that the focus should be on “listening to the experiences and the voices of the black people who are using their platforms to continue to bring the issue of racism in the United States to the forefront.”