John D. Talbot II '90

  • 2003 Induction Class
John D. Talbot II '90

John, a nine-letter winner in soccer, squash, and tennis, also punted for the football team his senior year. In soccer, he played on three Inter-Ac League championship teams and was named captain and Most Valuable Player. He was named to the All-Inter-Ac and All-State soccer team and was honored as All-Inter-Ac Most Valuable Player. In tennis, he was the captain, played number-one singles, and earned Most Valuable Player on an undefeated Inter-Ac championship team, and was named to the All-Inter-Ac tennis team. He won the Patterson Cup as the best athlete in his class. At Princeton, John started on the soccer team for three years and led the team in scoring. He scored the goal that put Princeton in the NCAA Final Four for the first time in its history. He also lettered in squash for two years on a team that won the National Intercollegiate Championship title.

John D. Talbot II, Class of 1990, inducted to the CHA Hall of Fame in 2003
  • Football
  • Squash
  • soccer
  • tennis

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