Kevin Davidson ’20, Devon Peterkin ’20, Carrie Dimoff ’05

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


KEVIN DAVIDSON ’20 threw a school-record and Ivy League-record seven touchdown passes in football’s 56–23 win at Bucknell Sept. 28. Andrew Griffin ’20 was on the receiving end for four of the scores, tying Michael Lerch ’93’s Princeton record for touchdown catches in one game. Davidson also led his team to a 49–7 win over Butler in the season opener. In the two games combined, the Tiger quarterback completed 47 of 58 pass attempts for 722 yards and nine touchdowns with no interceptions. He led all Football Championship Subdivision quarterbacks in passing efficiency.

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


DEVON PETERKIN ’20 made 10 digs on defense and 12 kills on offense as women’s volleyball opened its Ivy League season with a 3–0 win over Penn at Dillon Gym Sept. 27. The Tigers were 4–5 in nonconference play, including a five-set loss to 14th-ranked Oregon Sept. 17. 

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CARRIE (STRICKLAND) DIMOFF ’05 placed 13th in the women’s marathon at the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar, Sept. 27. Dimoff, one of three runners representing the United States, finished in a season-best 2:44.35 despite competing in temperatures that ranged from 85 to 90 degrees F. The race began at midnight in an effort to moderate the heat and humidity.