Princeton's 10 selections for the winter of 2011-12 are:Peter Callahan, Jr., Track & Field, History (Evanston, Ill.)
First-team All-America with a sixth-place finish in the mile; HepsTrack Track Athlete of the Year; Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal champion in the 800m and runner-up in the DMR; ran two sub-four-minute miles.
Julie Cerullo, Jr., Squash, French & Italian (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
First-team All-Ivy; first-team All-America; fell one match short of reaching individual national championship.
Lauren Edwards, Sr., Basketball, Economics (Los Angeles)
First-team All-Ivy; played in third-consecutive NCAA Tournament; 11th in Ivy League in scoring, with 11.6 points per game; 1,000 point scorer; team captain.
Kerry Gruendel, Sr., Swimming & Diving, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (Riverside, Conn.)
Team co-Captain; second-team All-Ivy in both 200-yard free and 200 medley relays.
Alexander Mills, Sr., Fencing, Philosophy (Millburn, N.J.)
Four-time All-America; tied for third in the nation in the foil at the NCAA championships.
Kaspar Raigla, Jr., Swimming, Politics (Tallinn, Estonia)
First-Team All-Ivy; member of two Ivy League champion relay teams, the 200 medley and the 400 medley; Honorable Mention All-America.
Eliza Stone, Jr., Fencing, Politics (Chicago)
Three-time All-America; earned first-team All-America status in 2011-12 at sabre; three-time All-Ivy.
Trevor Van Ackeren, Sr., Track & Field, Sociology (Bethlehem, Pa.)
Ivy League Indoor Heptagonals champion in the 1000m and runner-up in the DMR.
Tory Worthen, Jr., Track & Field, Psychology (Holland, Pa.)
Named Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships Most Outstanding Performer of the Meet; won pole vault title with Ivy League record 13-6 ¼.
Jonathan Yergler, Jr., Fencing, Psychology (Winter Park, Fla.)
Three-time All-America; won NCAA championship gold medal in the epee; posted 15 wins in pool play.