List of Princeton University Olympians

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This is a list of Princeton University alumni who competed in the Olympic Games. (Athletics refers to track and field.)

Summer Olympians[edit]

  1. Robert Garrett, class of 1897, men's athletics, 1896 Athens Olympics, 1900 Paris Olympics
  2. Herbert Jamison, class of 1897, men's athletics, 1896 Athens Olympics
  3. Francis Lane, class of 1897, men's athletics, 1896 Athens Olympics
  4. Albert Tyler, class of 1897, men's athletics, 1896 Athens Olympics
  5. John Cregan, class of 1900, men's athletics, 1900 Paris Olympics
  6. Frank Jarvis, class of 1900, men's athletics, 1900 Paris Olympics
  7. John DeWitt, class of 1904, men's athletics, 1904 St. Louis Olympics
  8. John Eisele, class of 1906, men's athletics, 1908 London Olympics
  9. Rupert Thomas, class of 1913, men's athletics, 1912 Stockholm Olympics
  10. Henry Breckenridge, class of 1907, men's fencing, 1920 Antwerp Olympics, 1928 Amsterdam Olympics[1]
  11. Karl Frederick, class of 1903, men's shooting, 1920 Antwerp Olympics
  12. Ralph Hills, class of 1925, men's athletics, 1924 Paris Olympics
  13. Leon Schoonmaker, class of 1904, men's fencing, 1920 Antwerp Olympics
  14. William Stevenson, class of 1922, men's athletics, 1924 Paris Olympics
  15. John Coard Taylor, class of 1923, men's athletics, 1924 Paris Olympics
  16. Benjamin Hedges, class of 1930, men's athletics, 1928 Amsterdam Olympics
  17. Horace Disston, class of 1928, men's field hockey, 1932 Los Angeles Olympics, 1936 Berlin Olympics
  18. Samuel Ewing, class of 1927, men's field hockey, 1932 Los Angeles Olympics, 1936 Berlin Olympics
  19. Warren Ingersoll, class of 1931, men's field hockey, 1932 Los Angeles Olympics
  20. Tracy Jaeckel, class of 1928, men's fencing, 1932 Los Angeles Olympics, 1936 Berlin Olympics
  21. David McMullin, class of 1930, men's field hockey, 1932 Los Angeles Olympics, 1936 Berlin Olympics
  22. Edwin Moles, class of 1931, men's swimming, 1932 Los Angeles Olympics
  23. Paul Fentress, class of 1936, men's field hockey, 1936 Berlin Olympics
  24. Ellwood Godfrey, class of 1933, men's field hockey, 1936 Berlin Olympics
  25. Al Vande Weghe, class of 1940, men's swimming, 1936 Berlin Olympics
  26. Herman Whiton, class of 1926, men's sailing, 1948 London Olympics, 1952 Helsinki Olympics
  27. Gerrit Schoonmaker, class of 1953, men's sailing, 1952 Helsinki Olympics, 1964 Tokyo Olympics
  28. Kinmont Hoitsma, class of 1956, men's fencing, 1956 Melbourne Olympics
  29. Robert Stinson, class of 1955, men's sailing, 1956 Melbourne Olympics
  30. John Allis, class of 1965, men's cycling, 1964 Tokyo Olympics, 1968 Mexico City Olympics, 1972 Munich Olympics
  31. Frank Anger, class of 1961, men's fencing, 1964 Tokyo Olympics
  32. Bill Bradley, class of 1965, men's basketball, 1964 Tokyo Olympics
  33. Seymour Cromwell, class 1956, men's rowing, 1964 Tokyo Olympics
  34. Jed Graef, class of 1964, men's swimming, 1964 Tokyo Olympics
  35. F. Gardner Cox, class of 1941, men's sailing, 1968 Mexico City Olympics
  36. Doug Foy, class of 1969, men's rowing, 1968 Mexico City Olympics
  37. Peter Raymond, class of 1968, men's rowing, 1968 Mexico City Olympics, 1972 Munich Olympics
  38. Carl Van Duyne, class of 1968, men's sailing, 1968 Mexico City Olympics
  39. Ross Wales, class of 1969, men's swimming, 1968 Mexico City Olympics
  40. Thorsteinn Thorsteinsson Gislason, class of 1969, men's track and field, 1972 Munich Olympics
  41. Gary Wright, class of 1970, men's rowing, 1968 Mexico City Olympics
  42. Carol Brown, class of 1975, women's rowing, 1976 Montreal Olympics, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
  43. Mimi Kellogg, class of 1976, women's rowing, 1976 Montreal Olympics
  44. Harold Backer, class of 1985, men's rowing, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
  45. Tina Clark, class of 1976, women's rowing, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
  46. Michael Evans, class of 1980, men's rowing, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
  47. Ridgely Johnson, class of 1980, men's rowing, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
  48. Anne Marden, class of 1981, women's rowing, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, 1988 Seoul Olympics, 1992 Barcelona Olympics
  49. Christopher Penny, class of 1985, men's rowing, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
  50. Lee Shelley, class of 1978, men's fencing, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, 1988 Seoul Olympics
  51. August Wolf, class of 1983, men's athletics, 1984 Los Angeles Olympics
  52. Doug Burden, class of 1988, men's rowing, 1988 Seoul Olympics, 1992 Barcelona Olympics, 1996 Atlanta Olympics
  53. Lynn Jennings, class of 1983, women's athletics, 1988 Seoul Olympics, 1992 Barcelona Olympics, 1996 Atlanta Olympics
  54. Deborah St. Phard, class of 1987, women's athletics, 1988 Seoul Olympics
  55. Dan Veatch, class of 1987, men's swimming, 1988 Seoul Olympics
  56. Nelson Diebel, class of 1996, men's swimming, 1992 Barcelona Olympics
  57. Dan Nowosielski, class of 1991, men's fencing, 1992 Barcelona Olympics, 1996 Atlanta Olympics
  58. John Parker, class of 1989, men's rowing, 1992 Barcelona Olympics
  59. Nathalie Wunderlich, class of 1993, women's swimming, 1992 Barcelona Olympics
  60. Lianne Bennion Nelson, class of 1995, women's rowing, 1996 Atlanta Olympics, 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2004 Athens Olympics
  61. Kevin Cotter, class of 1996, men's rowing, 1996 Atlanta Olympics, 2000 Sydney Olympics
  62. Chris Ahrens, class of 1998, men's rowing, 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2004 Athens Olympics
  63. Morgan Crooks, class of 1998, men's rowing, 2000 Sydney Olympics
  64. Tom Herschmiller, class of 2001, men's rowing, 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2004 Athens Olympics
  65. Sean Kammann, class of 1998, men's rowing, 2000 Sydney Olympics
  66. Paul Teti, class of 2001, men's rowing, 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2004 Athens Olympics, 2008 Beijing Olympics
  67. Juan Pablo Valdivieso, class of 2004, men's swimming, 2000 Sydney Olympics, 2004 Athens Olympics
  68. Tom Welsh, class of 1999, men's rowing, 2000 Sydney Olympics
  69. Soren Thompson, class of 2005, men's fencing, 2004 Athens Olympics, 2012 London Olympics
  70. Kamara James, class of 2008, women's fencing, 2004 Athens Olympics
  71. Danika Holbrook, class of 1995, women's rowing, 2004 Athens Olympics
  72. Andreanne Morin, class of 2006, women's rowing, 2004 Athens Olympics, 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2012 London Olympics
  73. Tanya Kalyvas, class of 2001, women's soccer, 2004 Athens Olympics
  74. Tora Harris, class of 2002, men's athletics, 2004 Athens Olympics
  75. Steven Coppola, class of 2006, men's rowing, 2008 Beijing Olympics
  76. Sandra Fong, class of 2013, women's shooting, 2008 Beijing Olympics
  77. Doug Lennox, class of 2009, men's swimming, 2008 Beijing Olympics
  78. Caroline Lind, class of 2006, women's rowing, 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2012 London Olympics
  79. Sam Loch, class of 2006, men's rowing, 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2012 London Olympics
  80. Diana Matheson, class of 2008, women's soccer, 2008 Beijing Olympics, 2012 London Olympics
  81. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, class of 1992, women's equestrian, 2008 Beijing Olympics
  82. Lia Pernell, class of 2003, women's rowing, 2008 Beijing Olympics
  83. Bryan Tay, class of 2012, men's swimming, 2008 Beijing Olympics
  84. Konrad Wysocki, class of 2004, men's basketball, 2008 Beijing Olympics
  85. Donn Cabral, class of 2012, men's athletics, 2012 London Olympics
  86. Sara Hendershot, class of 2010, women's rowing, 2012 London Olympics
  87. Maya Lawrence, class of 2002, women's fencing, 2012 London Olympics
  88. Glenn Ochal, class of 2008, men's rowing, 2012 London Olympics
  89. Robin Prendes, class of 2011, men's rowing, 2012 London Olympics
  90. Julia Reinprecht, class of 2014, women's field hockey, 2012 London Olympics
  91. Katie Reinprecht, class of 2013, women's field hockey, 2012 London Olympics
  92. Susie Scanlan, class of 2014, women's fencing, 2012 London Olympics
  93. Gevvie Stone, class of 2007, women's rowing, 2012 London Olympics
  94. Lauren Wilkinson, class of 2011, women's rowing, 2012 London Olympics

Winter Olympians[edit]

  1. Robert Livingston, class of 1931, men's ice hockey, 1932 Lake Placid Olympics
  2. Frederick Kammer, class of 1934, men's ice hockey, 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Olympics
  3. Malcolm McAlpin, class of 1932, men's ice hockey, 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Olympics
  4. Christopher R.P. Rodgers, class of 1942, men's ice hockey 1948 St. Moritz Olympics
  5. James Sloane, class of 1943, men's ice hockey 1948 St. Moritz Olympics
  6. Andrea Kilbourne, class of 2002, women's ice hockey, 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics
  7. Nikola Holmes, class of 2003, women's ice hockey, 2006 Turin Olympics

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