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PRINCETON, N.J. — Jamie Kim (Sr., Beverly Hills, Calif./Beverly Hills) of the Princeton University women’s water polo team is among five Princeton University student-athletes named finalists for the Class of 1916 Cup, which is presented annually to the Princeton varsity letterwinner who achieved at graduation the highest academic standing. Given by the Class of 1916 on the occasion of its 50th reunion.

The Class of 1916 Cup will be presented at the Gary Walters ’67 Princeton Varsity Club Awards Banquet on Thursday, May 19th. For more information on the 2022 banquet, CLICK HERE.

Kim is an anthropology major pursuing medical school and member of Princeton women’s water polo. A Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) All-Academic Team honoree, Kim scored her first collegiate goal versus Villanova University in 2020.

She serves on campus as a resource for the Health Professions Advising program. In this role, she mentors fellow student-athletes and helps them seek clinical and service experiences as they pursue future careers in the health care industry. She also volunteers with the Princeton Medical Center and supports education around sexual violence in her role as a SHARE peer on campus.

Additionally, Kim volunteers as an outreach ambassador for By Your Side, an organization that works to enhance social opportunities and visibility for students with special needs.

Collegiate Water Polo Association