Chad Kanoff ’18, Evan Quinn ’20, Rose Alleva ’14

Beverly Schaefer


Quarterback CHAD KANOFF ’18 moved into second place on Princeton’s career passing-yards list Oct. 7 when he completed 25 of 29 attempts for 313 yards and four touchdowns in the Tigers’ 50-30 win over Georgetown. Kanoff, who has thrown for 5,500 yards in three seasons as a starter, averaged 293 passing yards in the first five games this year.

Beverly Schaefer


EVAN QUINN ’20 was Princeton’s leading scorer in each of the men’s golf team’s four fall tournaments, including the Quechee Collegiate Invitational at Dartmouth, where he tied for first place overall but lost in a playoff. Quinn had a hole-in-one on a 202-yard par 3 during Northwestern’s Windon Memorial Championship Oct. 8. It was his fourth hole-in-one (he had his first at age 9), and the second for a Tiger this season: Jake Mayer ’21 also had an ace, one week earlier at Yale.

Beverly Schaefer


Defender ROSE ALLEVA ’14 returned to the Baker Rink ice Oct. 16, playing with “Team China” in a preseason exhibition game against the Princeton women. Alleva’s team, formally the Kunlun Red Star, is composed of both Chinese and North American players and competes in the seven-team Canadian Women’s Hockey League.