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Two Princeton Tigers Earn First-Team Ivy League Honors

John Lovett (Courtesy Beverly Schaefer)

John Lovett (Courtesy Beverly Schaefer)

Although the Princeton Tigers football season ended with three straight losses, numerous players earned Ivy League Honors.
John Lovett (So., RB – Hyattsville, Md.) earned first team-offense and Nolan Bieck, Princeton (Sr., PK – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) earned first team special teams. Lovett finished with ten touchdowns and 318 receiving yards and 286 rushing yards. . Bieck recorded 12 of his 15 attempted field goals for an average of 80%.Bieck finished 4 of 6 attempts from 40 or more yards for the 2015 season.
Dorian Williams, Princeton (Jr., S – Streetsboro, Ohio) and Matt Arends, Princeton (Sr., LB – Prior Lake, Minn.) earned second team for the defense. Williams led the Tigers with a total of 91 tackles (58 Solo, 33 Assisted). He also recovered one fumble for 39 yards. Arends recorded 63 tackles (40 Solo, 23 Assisted). He recorded 1 interception and recovered 1 fumble. On the offensive line, Joe Rhattigan, Princeton (Jr., RB – Naperville, Ill.)and Britt Colcolough, Princeton (Sr., OL – Memphis, Tenn.) earned second team. Rhattigan recorded 612 rushing yards, 144 receiving yards, and 7 touchdowns. Colcolough played in all 10 games and recorded 1 tackle.
Tyler Roth, Princeton (Jr., P – Pittsburgh), Anthony Gaffney, Princeton (Sr., CB – Columbus, N.J.), Henry Schlossberg, Princeton (Jr., DL – Los Angeles), Mitchell Sweigart, Princeton (So., OL – Washington Boro, Pa.), Dré Nelson, Princeton (Sr., RB/RS – Stone Mountain, Ga.), Birk Olson, Princeton (Jr., DL – Monticello, Minn.), and Scott Carpenter, Princeton (Jr., TE – Vienna, Va.) all earned honorable mention for the Tigers.

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Renee is a Staff Writer at with a focus on Temple Men's Basketball and other area sports content.
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