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Sports Profiles And Interviews

Amelia Koblentz '25, the women’s ice hockey team manager and announcer. 
Photo courtesy of Amelia Koblentz

The Daily Princetonian caught up with first-year women’s ice hockey team manager and announcer Amelia Koblentz to discuss the announcing process, women in sports, and how to succeed in a male-dominated profession. 

The Daily Princetonian caught up with first-year women’s ice hockey team manager and announcer Amelia Koblentz to discuss the announcing process, women in sports, and how to succeed in a male-dominated profession.  


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Princeton in the Pros: Seth DeValve ’16

Seth DeValve ’16 played college football at Princeton and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2016. Making headlines as the first white NFL player to kneel during the national anthem, he has consistently advocated for social justice off the field.

Seth DeValve ’16 played college football at Princeton and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2016. Making headlines as the first white NFL player to kneel during the national anthem, he has consistently advocated for social justice off the field.

SPORTS | February 7

James Chu ’00 at the 2019 Brooklyn Mile.
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Once a Tiger: James Chu '00

In the first ‘Once a Tiger’ profile of 2021, Features Staff Writer Ben Angarone interviews James Chu ’00, a former Princeton cross-country runner who, to this day, lives and breathes running. 

In the first ‘Once a Tiger’ profile of 2021, Features Staff Writer Ben Angarone interviews James Chu ’00, a former Princeton cross-country runner who, to this day, lives and breathes running. 

FEATURES | January 28

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Dockx '18 at the 2020 World Series and during her time at Princeton.

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Princeton in the Pros: Danielle Dockx ’18

Danielle Dockx ’18 knew she wanted to go into medicine and that she wanted to work in the sports industry. However, she was told that she could only put her two passions together if she put medicine first and sports second. This wasn’t an option for Dockx. Instead, she put her passion for sports first, making it her number-one priority, and landed a job with the Tampa Bay Rays.

SPORTS | 11/19/2020

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Tiger Time-Out: James Hartley ’23

James Hartley ’23, an outside hitter for the men’s volleyball team looking to major in CEE, took a leave of absence after his first year at Princeton, a decision he was initially unsure of. Now, Hartley has come to realize how great of a decision it was, as he has found new jobs, activities, and opportunities to keep him busy.

SPORTS | 11/12/2020