Princeton University Olympians

Glenn Ochal

As you’ve probably seen in our Town Topics Newspaper, Princeton University is brimming with current and former athletes slated to participate in the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro. Here, we outline their event schedules so you can tune in and cheer them on.

Glen Ochal – U.S. Men’s Rowing

The 2008 Princeton University graduate will be competing in the men’s eight rowing team on Monday, August 8 at 9:50 AM.

Ashleigh Johnson Photo by Frank Wojciechowski

Photo Credit: Frank Wojciechowski

Ashleigh Johnson – U.S. Women’s Water Polo

 The Miami, Florida native and Princeton University student will be serving as the goalie for the women’s water polo team. Her first match is Tuesday, August 9 at 10:40 AM versus Spain

Tyler Nase (Photo provided courtesy of USRowing)

Photo Courtesy of US Rowing

Tyler Nase – U.S Men’s Rowing

 The 2013 Princeton University graduate will be competing on the men’s coxless lightweight four at the Rio Summer Games on Saturday, August 6.

Gevvie Stone (Photo provided by USRowing)

Photo Courtesy of US Rowing

Genervra “Gevvie” Stone – U.S. Women’s Rowing

The former Princeton University star and 2014 Tufts University Medical School graduate will be rowing in the women’s single sculls in Rio on Saturday, August 6.

Katie Reinprecht, (Photo by Mark Palczewski, Courtesy of USA Field Hockey)

Photo Credit: Mark Palczewski, Courtesy of USA Field Hockey

Katie Reinprecht – U.S. Field Hockey

The 2013 Princeton University grad will be playing midfield for the U.S. field hockey team alongside her little sister, Julia. Her first game is Saturday, August 6 at 4:00 PM versus Argentina.

Julia Reinprecht (Photo by Mark Palczewski, Courtesy of USA Field Hockey)

Photo Credit: Mark Palczewski, Courtesy of USA Field Hockey

Julia Reinprecht – U.S. Field Hockey

The 2014 Princeton graduate will be playing defense for the U.S. field hockey team after recovering from a head injury sustained during her final college game. Her first game is Saturday, August 6 at 4:00 PM versus Argentina.

Kat Sharkey (Photo by Mark Palczewski, Courtesy of USA Field Hockey)

Photo Credit: Mark Palczewski, Courtesy of USA Field Hockey

Kathleen “Kat” Sharkey – U.S. Field Hockey

The 2013 Princeton University graduate will be playing offense for the U.S. field hockey team alongside her former PU teammates, the Reinprecht sisters.

Her first game is Saturday, August 6 at 4:00 PM versus Argentina.