Mimi Asom ’19, Gabi Forrest ’19, Jesper Horsted ’19

Mimi Asom ’19
Beverly Schaefer


Forward MIMI ASOM ’19 scored two goals and assisted on a third in the women’s soccer team’s 4–0 shutout of Monmouth in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament Nov. 10. The Tigers, ranked No. 13 in the country, advanced to face No. 21 North Carolina State in the round of 32 Nov. 17. Read more about the women’s soccer team’s postseason run.

Gabi Forrest ’19
Beverly Schaefer


GABI FORREST ’19 came down the home stretch shoulder-to-shoulder with Yale’s Andrea Masterson and pulled ahead to win by 0.6 seconds at the Ivy Heps Cross Country Championships Oct. 27. The Tigers placed fourth in the team standings. Princeton won the men’s race, with Noah Kauppila ’18, Conor Lundy ’20, and Garrett O’Toole ’18 placing second, third, and fourth, respectively. The Tiger men also won the Mid-Atlantic Regional meet Nov. 10, earning a spot in the NCAA Championships. 

Jesper Horsted ’19
Beverly Schaefer


JESPER HORSTED ’19 caught his Princeton-record 12th touchdown pass of the year to put the Tigers ahead of Yale late in the third quarter Nov. 11. The lead would not hold, though, as the Bulldogs pulled ahead for a 35–31 win. Quarterback Chad Kanoff ’18 threw for 454 yards and four touchdowns in the loss, setting a single-season record for touchdown passes (26) and becoming the second Tiger to throw for 3,000 yards in one year.