Scott Bandura ’24
The San Francisco Giants selected outfielder Scott Bandura ’24 in the seventh round of the Major League Baseball Draft in July. Bandura, whose early baseball career included an appearance in the 2014 Little League World Series, led Princeton in batting average (.363), on-base percentage (.454), and slugging percentage (.665) in 2023 and was a unanimous All-Ivy pick. He signed with the Giants in late July and hit a home run in his first minor-league game.
Shea Greene ’26
With a personal-best throw of 51.18 meters (167 feet, 11 inches), Shea Greene ’26 placed second in the women’s javelin throw at the Under-20 U.S. National Championships in July and earned a spot on the team representing the United States at the Under-20 Pan-American Games. Prior to the national meet, Greene won the javelin title at the Ivy Heps Outdoor Championships in her first collegiate season.
Xaivian Lee ’26
Xaivian Lee ’26, a point guard from Toronto who played key minutes in the men’s basketball team’s Sweet 16 season, led Canada with a 14.1-point scoring average in seven games at the FIBA Under-19 World Cup in June and July. Lee scored 17 points on 7-for-12 shooting in the round of 16 against Slovenia to help his team reach the quarterfinals, where Canada lost to Turkey.