Ronald D Grossman

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  • December 19, 2023
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Ron Grossman joins his father as a member of our chapter’s Hall of Fame. He won 11 letters as a Tornado athlete, and in 1963 was the first winner of the Mike Terry Award and an Honorable Mention All State and Big 33 Player.

He had a wonderful college career at Princeton where he also letters in football and track. In those days the Ivy leagues were as good as anybody, and the 1965 teams for which he lettered were undefeated and ranked number 13 in the nation. He was Honorable Mention All Ivy his senior year. During the 3-year period he played at Princeton, the Tigers were 24-3, one of the most successful periods of their football history.

He has remained active in sports and jogs 25-35 miles per week. Additionally, his interest in sports has led him to a specialty in sports medicine. He is team physician for the Princeton Football Squad. He also served on the Medical Staff for the United States Olympic Committee.

Dr. Grossman lives in Hopewell, New Jersey. Both his daughter Rebecca and his son, Hunter, are outstanding athletes.

Categories: 1993 Hall of Fame