Coach for College Princeton Student-Athlete Participants Announced

The Princeton Varsity Club is pleased to announce six Princeton student-athletes have been selected to travel to the Phung Hiep District of the Hau Giang Province in southern Vietnam to volunteer for Coach for College, a global initiative aimed at promoting higher education through sports. Those six individuals are:

  • Brian Costa’17 – Men’s Soccer (freshman from Warren, New Jersey)
  • Morgan Hallock ’17 – Women’s Water Polo (freshman from Westlake, California)
  • Jaimie McDonell ’16 – Women’s Ice Hockey (sophomore from East York, Ontario)
  • Anna Menke ’16 – Women’s Lacrosse (sophomore from New Hampton, New Hampshire)
  • Danielle Sawtelle ’17 – Women’s Lightweight Rowing (freshman from Burke, Virginia)
  • Bryant Switzer ’17 – Men’s Track & Field (freshman from Mansfield, Ohio)

Would you like to support any of the above athletes?  You can make a gift in honor of any of the above Princeton student-athletes by visiting the Princeton Coach For College Fundraising page.

Coach for College is a program open to varsity student-athletes, which aims to increase higher education attainment among disadvantaged Vietnamese adolescents using the excitement and life skills provided by participation in sports-related activities. The program provides American college athletes with an intensive and collaborative service experience that engenders the skills needed to exercise leadership and commitment to positive social change.

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To read more about last year’s Coach for College participants,  Isaac Serwanga ’13 (football, basketball, track & field) and Katharina Gebert ’15 (lightweight crew), click here. To see the PVC News – Coach for College Special Edition, with photos and quotes from Isaac and Kat, click here.

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