The Charles W. Caldwell Memorial Trophy Award

Awarded to that senior member of the varsity football squad who has shown the greatest improvement in football during his years at Princeton. In memory of Charles W. Caldwell '25, Head Coach of Princeton Football 1945-1957

DONOLD B. LOURIE AWARD

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Awarded annually to that freshman to sophomore, starting for the first time in his career who has made the greatest contribution on the offensive side of the ball.

RONALD A. ROGERSON AWARD

Awarded annually to that member of the football team whose spirit and love of the game have served as a special inspiration to his fellow players. In memory of Robert A. Rogerson, Head Coach 1985-88

HARLAND “PINK” BAKER ‘22 AWARD

Established in 1981 by the Friends of Princeton Football in honor of Harland "Pink" Baker '22, varsity letterman on the "Team of Destiny" and long-time friend of Princeton football players. Defensive Rookie of the Year: Awarded annually to that freshman or sophomore, starting for the first time in his career, who has made the greatest contribution on the defensive side of the ball.

THE HENRY T. “HANK” TOWNS H82 AWARD

Awarded annually to the player who has given the most back to Princeton football

The Richard W. Colman Scholar-Athlete Award

Awarded annually to that senior member of the football team who has demonstrated excellence in scholarship, athletic skill, team contribution and sportsmanship. In memory of Dick Colman, Head Football Coach 1957-1972

THE CLASS OF 1952 AWARD

Established in 1988 by the Class of 1952 as a mark of their love, devotion and service. Awarded annually to that member of the football team who has excelled on special teams play, exemplifying pride, hustle and determination.

The Dr. Harry Roemer McPhee Award

Awarded annually to a member of the football squad who has demonstrated the qualities of durability and fortitude.

JOHN P. POE/RICHARD W. KAZMAIER AWARD

Awarded to that member of the Princeton football team of good moral character, who, during the season in addition to proving himself a player of ability, has best exemplified the following traits and characteristics: Loyalty and devotion to Princeton’s football interests, courage, manliness, self-­‐control and modesty, perseverance and determination under discouraging conditions, observance of the rules of the game and fairness towards opponents.