Kevin Davidson ’20, Natalie Grossi ’20, Glenn Nelson

Kevin Davidson ’20
Beverly Schaefer


Backup quarterback KEVIN DAVIDSON ’20 threw for 299 yards and four touchdowns in his first collegiate start, a 48–10 win over Brown in the Oct. 13 Homecoming game. Filling in for injured starter John Lovett ’19, Davidson completed 26 of 39 pass attempts with no interceptions, helping the Tigers to their first 5–0 start since 2006. Prior to the game, Davidson had thrown just 12 passes in his three years at Princeton.

Natalie Grossi ’20
Beverly Schaefer


NATALIE GROSSI ’20 saved three shots and recorded her seventh shutout in 11 games this season as Princeton women’s soccer edged Columbia, 1–0, Oct. 14. Amy Paternoster ’22 scored the Tigers’ game-winner, her first collegiate goal.

Glenn Nelson
Princeton Athletics


The volleyball programs raised a banner in Dillon Gym honoring former coach GLENN NELSON before the women’s team’s Oct. 13 victory over Columbia. Nelson, a member of the EIVA Hall of Fame who retired in 2009, guided Princeton to 1,084 wins — 580 with the women’s team and 504 with the men.