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.