John Lovett ’19, Tess D’Orsi ’20, Michael Sowers ’20

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


JOHN LOVETT ’19, who quarterbacked Princeton football’s undefeated season in the fall, signed an NFL free agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs April 28. General manager Brett Veach told The Kansas City Star that he expects Lovett to play tight end or running back in the pros. Two of Lovett’s receivers, Stephen Carlson ’19 and Jesper Horsted ’19, also signed as free agents, with the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears, respectively. 

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TESS D’ORSI ’20 scored 10 goals in the women’s lacrosse team’s first two NCAA Tournament games (seven in a 19–7 rout of Wagner May 10, and three in a 17–13 win over Loyola May 12) as the Tigers advanced to the national quarterfinals for the third straight year. For the first time in program history, Princeton had three players score more than 50 goals: D’Orsi (63), Elizabeth George ’19 (61), and Kyla Sears ’21 (54). 

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After a record-setting season, men’s lacrosse star MICHAEL SOWERS ’20 was named one of five finalists for the Tewaaraton Award, the highest individual honor in collegiate lacrosse. Sowers broke Princeton’s single-season record for points with 90 (37 goals, 53 assists) and climbed to the top of the career points list as well with 255, passing Kevin Lowe ’94.