Kat Holmes ’17, Tom Schreiber ’14, Emily Kallfelz ’19

Courtesy USA Fencing


KAT HOLMES ’17, fencing in the anchor position, scored the decisive touches in overtime contests against Estonia and South Korea to lead the United States women’s epee team to its first gold medal at the World Championships in Wuxi, China, July 25. Former Tiger teammate Eliza Stone ’13 won her first individual World Championships medal, a bronze in the saber. 

Courtesy Adam Scott/U.S. Lacrosse


TOM SCHREIBER ’14 scored with 0.2 seconds left to lead the United States over Canada, 9–8, in the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship final July 21 in Netanya, Israel. Schreiber, who scored 13 goals in seven games, was named Outstanding Midfielder in the tournament. 

Courtesy USRowing


EMILY KALLFELZ ’19, a member of Princeton’s Ivy League-champion women’s open varsity eight, won a silver medal for the United States in the women’s single sculls at the Under-23 World Championships in Poznan, Poland, July 25. Five Princeton rowers won medals at the regatta, representing the U.S. and Great Britain. In August, three more Tigers medaled at the World Junior Championships. 

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