The last 10 years have seen nearly 2,500 athletes compete in 38 varsity sports for the Princeton Department of Athletics.
Between Jan. 1, 2000, and the end of the 2009 fall season, Princeton teams combined to win 117 Ivy League titles, 42 more than the next-highest school.
Princeton teams won 13 national championships, and 13 athletes won individual national championships.
Goprincetontigers.com will be counting down the Top 10 male and female athletes of the decade, with the following schedule:
||Doug Lennox, swimming
||Meagan Cowher, basketball
||Mauricio Sanchez, squash
||Julia Beaver, squash
||Soren Thompson, fencing
||Elizabeth Pillion, soccer/lacrosse
||Greg Parker, wrestling
||Liz Costello, track
||Zane Kalemba, hockey
||Lauren Simmons, track
||Will Venable, basketball/baseball
||Theresa Sherry, soccer/lacrosse
||Jeff Terrell, football
||Rachael Becker, field hockey/lacrosse
||Ryan Boyle, lacrosse
||Caroline Lind, rowing
||Tora Harris, track and field
||Esmeralda Negron, soccer
||Yasser El Halaby, squash
||Alicia Aemisegger, swimming
To be considered, an athlete had to have competed at least two years of his or her career in this decade. Current athletes needed to have completed three years.