Vanessa Gregoire ’18 and Chad Kanoff ’18
Beverly Schaefer

Two record-setting athletes won the top honors at the Princeton Varsity Club’s senior awards dinner in May. Chad Kanoff ’18, the football team’s career passing-yards leader, received the Roper Trophy, and Vanessa Gregoire ’18, who set the women’s soccer assists record while leading her team to the NCAA quarterfinals, won the Von Kienbusch Award.

Mechanical and aerospace engineering major Delaney Miller ’18 (women’s cross country and track and field) received the Class of 1916 Cup, given to the senior letter winner with the highest academic standing. Three students shared the Art Lane Award for “outstanding contribution to sport and society”: Abby Finkelston ’18 (women’s lacrosse), Ehidiamen “Junior” Oboh ’18 (men’s volleyball), and Natalie Tung ’18 (women’s squash). 

Denna Laing ’14, a former professional women’s hockey player who suffered a spinal-cord injury on the ice in 2015, received the Class of 1967 PVC Citizen-Athlete Award. The Marvin Bressler Award was presented to Dov Weinryb Grohsgal *13, a departing associate dean who oversaw the Academic-Athletic Fellows Program.