Cross country and track and field star Cecilia Barowski and men’s soccer standout Thomas Sanner earned athlete-of-the-year honors at the Princeton Varsity Club’s SENIOR AWARDS banquet May 26. Anya Gersoff (women’s lacrosse), Josh Miller (men’s soccer), Emily de la Bruyére (women’s cross country and track), and Mary Ann McNulty (women’s open rowing) shared the Art Lane Award for “selfless contribution to sport and society.” Men’s lightweight rower James Agolia received the Class of 1916 Cup, given to the varsity letter-winner with the highest academic standing.
The TRACK AND FIELD season ended with All-America honors for two Tigers: Cecilia Barowski ’16 placed fifth in the women’s 800-meter run at the NCAA Championships, and Adam Bragg ’16 tied for seventh in the men’s pole vault.
At the national championship ROWING events, each of Princeton’s first varsity eight boats reached the grand finals. The men’s heavyweights and men’s lightweights captured bronze medals at the IRA National Championship Regatta at Mercer Lake in West Windsor, N.J., June 4, while the women’s lightweights placed sixth. The women’s open varsity eight placed sixth at the NCAA Championships in Gold River, Calif., May 29.