Linebacker Coach since 1994
part of Princeton football has been especially rewarding to me because
it has allowed me to recruit, coach, and become a part of the lives
of some outstanding young men. It's all about relationships, and
the ones that I've formed while at Princeton will be with me forever."
Head Equipment Manager, 32 years, Retired
Football is unique in that the program blends rigorous academics
with the love of the game. In my years here I have been impressed
with loyalty, resolve and character of the players and coaches.
The Princeton Football Program produces great players, but more
importantly great men. I've made friendships here that I wouldn't
exchange for a million dollars."
Former Player, 2002 Team Co-Captain
football player at Princeton has meant being part of one of the
most prestigious and storied traditions that this country has. But
more than that, it has given me the chance to meet and play with
some of the best people I've ever known."
"It has been
a special pleasure to be associated with the Princeton Football
team since Roger Hughes became the head coach. I had the opportunity
to travel with the team to New Haven, Cambridge and Osaka, Japan
and see three of the tensest games imaginable, all decided by a
field goal in the last few seconds. What was impressive in those
games was the high spirit of the team members. They played hard,
they played fair and they never gave up. In all three games they
accepted the outcome with praise for their opponents and enthusiasm
for the good play of their teammates."