The team awards went to the following:
The War Memorial Swimming Trophy
This award is presented in memory of eight former members of Princeton swimming teams who died in World War II to that senior member of the University swimming squad who has made the outstanding contribution during upperclass years, to the sport through diligence in studies, devotion to swimming, and excellence in performance.
Senior captains Jon Christensen and Mike Monovoukas shared this award. Christensen was named the Mid-Major Male Swimmer of the Year after winning three individual Ivy League titles and earning first-team All-America honors by reaching the NCAA final in the 200 breast. Monovoukas earned first-team All-Ivy League honors in the 200 free relay and has been an integral part of the Princeton sprint corps throughout his career.
The William B. Nash Memorial Trophy
This award is presented in memory of William B. Nash Princeton class of ’55 by his teammates of the Class of 1955 for outstanding sportsmanship and performance by a freshman.
Harrison Wagner earned the award after completing an All-Ivy and All-America opening season for the Tigers. He reached the Ivy League individual finals in both the 50 and 100 free, and he earned first-team honors in both the 200 free and 200 medley relay. He also earned All-America honorable mention by helping Princeton to the 'B' final in the 400 medley relay at the NCAA Championships.
The John Alan Swabey Memorial Trophy
Presented in memory of John Alan Swabey ’55 by his teammates for contribution through spirit, sportsmanship, and improvement in swimming.
Conner Jager reached the consolation finals in three events (200 IM, 200 back, 200 free) at the 2012 Ivy League championships to complete his first season at Princeton. He placed 12th in both the 200 free and 200 back.
The Dermod F.Quinn Memorial Award
Presented in memory of Dermod F. Quinn ’69 by the swimming team, coaches, and alumni to that member of the swimming team who best illustrates the qualities of intense determination and effort in workouts exemplified by Dermod F. Quinn and who has provided a constant source of inspiration by his performance in practice.
Daniel Hasler returned from an illness that cost him most of the 2010-11 season, and he became one of Princeton's top performers this past season. He reached three Ivy League individual finals this past year, with his best result being a third-place finish in the 400 IM.
The Matthew R. Weiner Class of 2002, C. Rob Orr Award
Established in 2002 in memory of Matthew R. Weiner and to honor C. Rob Orr, coach extraordinaire. This “Muscle, Mind, and Heart” award is awarded to that senior member of the Princeton Varsity Swim Team who consistently demonstrates those qualities shared by Matt and Rob of inspirational dedication with integrity, a challenging intensity and a genuine respect for himself, his teammates and his university.
Jon Christensen won this award as well, which caps a career with eight individual Ivy League titles and four Ivy League team titles. His last collegiate swim was in the NCAA championship final in the 200 breast.