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Chasing excellence: The road to success for Marcus D. Stroud ’16

“I don’t care what I got going on in my life. If any Black student reaches out to me, I’m gonna get on the phone, I’m gonna sit there and talk, and I will do whatever I can to support them.” Despite an upbringing fraught with challenges, Marcus D. Stroud ’16 relentlessly pursued excellence, allowing him to beat the odds and make a name for himself.

“I don’t care what I got going on in my life. If any Black student reaches out to me, I’m gonna get on the phone, I’m gonna sit there and talk, and I will do whatever I can to support them.” Despite an upbringing fraught with challenges, Marcus D. Stroud ’16 relentlessly pursued excellence, allowing him to beat the odds and make a name for himself.


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Abby Meyers ’22 signs with the Washington Mystics

“[Playing for the Mystics] really is a dream come true,” former Princeton guard Abby Meyers ’22 said. “I grew up watching the Mystics play, and I am ready to help this team in any way I can.” 

“[Playing for the Mystics] really is a dream come true,” former Princeton guard Abby Meyers ’22 said. “I grew up watching the Mystics play, and I am ready to help this team in any way I can.” 


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Sports Year in Review: The most impressive Tiger teams of 2022–23

After being ranked the No. 14 athletic program in the country, Princeton not only boasts the best undergraduate education in the world, but the best athletic program in the Ivy League. 

After being ranked the No. 14 athletic program in the country, Princeton not only boasts the best undergraduate education in the world, but the best athletic program in the Ivy League. 


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Carrying on his father’s legacy: Quincy Monday’s journey to the top

Following in the footsteps of his father Kenny Monday, who became U.S. wrestling’s first Black gold medalist in the 1988 Summer Olympics, Quincy Monday has carved his path to success on the mat.

Following in the footsteps of his father Kenny Monday, who became U.S. wrestling’s first Black gold medalist in the 1988 Summer Olympics, Quincy Monday has carved his path to success on the mat.


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‘The sequel to a book’: Jenn Cook to lead the next generation of Princeton women’s lacrosse

After leading Princeton to 15 Ivy League titles and three national titles, Hall of Fame women’s lacrosse coach Chris Sailer has left sizable shoes to fill for her successor. But luckily for Tigers, Sailer’s replacement, Jenn Cook, is no stranger to the high standards of Princeton lacrosse.

After leading Princeton to 15 Ivy League titles and three national titles, Hall of Fame women’s lacrosse coach Chris Sailer has left sizable shoes to fill for her successor. But luckily for Tigers, Sailer’s replacement, Jenn Cook, is no stranger to the high standards of Princeton lacrosse. “Our whole staff is super competitive, and our players are equally as competitive. And that's what's so fun about it. For us, it really is about being the best version that we can be of ourselves and as a team,“ Cook told the Daily Princetonian.


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Julia Cunningham joins Princeton’s women’s basketball 1000-point club

“It's really exciting and special to join that group of 26 alums that have also reached the 1000-point mark in their career,“ Cunningham told The Daily Princetonian. “I think looking back on it, it's going to be really special to share that [achievement] with that alumni group.” 

“It's really exciting and special to join that group of 26 alums that have also reached the 1000-point mark in their career,“ Cunningham told The Daily Princetonian. “I think looking back on it, it's going to be really special to share that [achievement] with that alumni group.” 


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