Adam Kelly ’19, Max Véronneau ’19, Scott Bradley

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


ADAM KELLY ’19 tossed a career-best — and Ivy League record — 23.38 meters in the final round of the weight throw at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships March 9, capturing second place. Kelly earned first-team All-America honors for the first time in his career and posted Princeton’s best NCAA finish in the weight throw since 1980, when Dave Pellegrini ’80 won the event. 

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Men’s hockey star MAX VÉRONNEAU ’19 made his NHL debut for the Ottawa Senators March 14, just five days after his final collegiate game, a triple-overtime ECAC playoff loss at Brown. Véronneau made his first pro assist March 16 in Ottawa’s 6-2 win over Toronto. Princeton teammates Ryan Kuffner ’19 and Josh Teves ’19 also signed NHL free-agent contracts, with the Detroit Red Wings and Vancouver Canucks, respectively. 

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Baseball coach SCOTT BRADLEY won his 400th game at Princeton when the Tigers topped George Mason, 5–3, in the opener of a doubleheader March 2. Bradley, who has led his teams to seven Ivy League titles in 21 seasons, ranks second on Princeton’s all-time wins list behind Bill Clarke, whose teams won 564 games in 36 seasons.