At Princeton — 2014-15: won the B final in the 200 back at Ivies to help Princeton reclaim the Ivy League Championship; time of 1:44.60 is the fifth-fastest in Princeton history … also had a top-ten finish in the 100 back; time of 48.10 is sixth-fastest in Princeton history … recipient of the team’s John Alan Swabey Memorial Trophy for spirit, sportsmanship and improvement. 2013-14: posted Princeton’s fifth-fastest 200 back time (1:47.95) … also competed in free and IM events during sophomore season … recipient of the team’s John Alan Swabey Memorial Trophy. 2012-13: swam free, back and IM events during freshman season … helped Princeton win fifth straight Ivy League championship.
Before Princeton — part of 11 records at the Haverford School (six individual, five relay) ... three-time NISCA All-America ... two-time All-Inter AC and two-time all-county ... team captain ... Academic All-America ... earned Highest Honors all four years ... member of the Cum Laude Society ... president of Notables A Capella Group ... president of the glee club ... acted in musicals all four years ... lettered in water polo and competed in ultimate frisbee ... earned team MVP in water polo; set record for most goals per game in a career (4.94).
Personal — born Dec. 29, 1993 ... son of Keith Helber and Brenda Hauptfuhrer-Hlber ... father is a project manager at Albert Einstein Memorial Hospital; mother is a homemaker ... has a younger brother Nicholas and a younger sister Kristin ... grandfather Robert P. Hauptfuhrer is a member of the Class of 1953 and an Emeritus Trustee ... interested in studying natural sciences.
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