And Match Madness Honors Go To…

It came down to a buzzer beater, but after a week of free throws and rebounds, the Class of 2007 scored a slam dunk with 23 new gifts and a whopping 97 points. Head Master Steve Murray H’55 ’65 ’16 P’16 ’21 presented the game ball in a very special announcement from his office today to mark the win.
Classmates who made a gift during the Match Madness challenge will be receiving Lawrenceville swag in honor of their achievement. Recognition also goes to the Class of 1965 for a terrific second place showing with 56 points.
Congratulations to our second annual Match Madness champions, and thank you to all the alumni players whose participation in Match Madness raised $107,091 for The Lawrenceville Fund!
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