Daniel Kwak ’21, Raunak Khosla ’22, Patrick Brucki ’21

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


DANIEL KWAK ’21 reached the men’s saber final at the NCAA Fencing Championships in Cleveland March 22, where he lost a close match to Penn State’s Karol Metryka and earned second place. Kwak’s finish was the best by a Tiger in the men’s saber since 1996, when Maxim Pekarev ’99 won the national title. Princeton placed ninth in the combined men’s and women’s standings. Epee semifinalist and All-American Tatijana Stewart ’21 led the Tiger women.   

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


RAUNAK KHOSLA ’22 finished 11th in the 400-yard individual medley at the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships March 29, becoming Princeton’s first individual All-American since 2012. Khosla also swam the 200-yard individual medley and 200-yard butterfly at the national meet. Two Princeton divers, Colten Young ’21 and Mimi Lin ’20, reached the NCAA Championships this season

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PATRICK BRUCKI ’21 placed fourth in the 197-pound division at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Pittsburgh March 21–23 to lead Princeton’s program-record three All-Americans. Matthew Kolodzik ’20 finished fifth at 149 pounds, and Patrick Glory ’22 was sixth at 125 pounds. The Tigers placed 15th in the team standings, their best showing since 1978.