Athletic Hall of Fame
The Princeton Day School Alumni Council and the Athletic Hall of Fame Committee recognize and honor outstanding, notable and accomplished alumni and friends who have brought distinction through athletics to the school and themselves. Inductees reflect the PDS mission and philosophy, along with the values of sportsmanship, teamwork and perseverance.
2022 Athletic Hall of Fame: Keely Langdon ’07
Succeeding at the highest levels of high school and college sports takes mental discipline and emotional resilience as well as extraordinary physical ability. Keely Langdon exhibited all those qualities on the soccer, basketball and lacrosse teams at PDS and then on the University of Pennsylvania’s Division I lacrosse team, a team ranked #1 in the country her freshman year and Ivy League champions for the four years she played there.
Langdon combined great speed and agility with a fierce determination and an intuitive sense of the game. As co-captain of the three sports she played at PDS, she set the tone with her positive attitude and strong work ethic. Her love of the game and sense of fun helped knit the team together and carried them to the finals of both the Mercer County and Prep A tournaments in her senior year. She was named to the US High School All-America First Team in lacrosse and was the Trentonian and Princeton Packet’s Player of the Year in 2007. In addition, she was selected to the Trentonian’s All-Decade Girls Lacrosse Team for 2000-2010. Langdon holds an MBA from Harvard University and currently lives in Denver, Colo., where she is the director of commercial marketing at Integrated DNA Technologies.