Names in the news: A Tony winner, a Stanley Cup champ, and more

Video: Courtesy of the Tony Awards
Jordan Roth ’97, president of Jujamcyn Theaters, earned a Tony Award as producer of the Best Play honoree Clybourne Park – and received high marks for his acceptance speech, seen at right. [Morning Joe/MSNBC.com]
 
Roland Warren ’83, president of the National Fatherhood Initiative, was honored at the White House as a “Champion of Change” June 13, in advance of Father’s Day. [WhiteHouse.gov
 
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Kevin Westgarth ’07 will be the second Princetonian to have his name etched on the Stanley Cup. Westgarth missed the playoffs due to injury. [CBC News]
 
Four Princetonians added their names to U.S. Olympic rosters in the last two weeks: Glenn Ochal ’08, a rower for the men’s four; Sara Hendershot ’10, a rower for the women’s pair; and sibling standouts Katie Reinprecht ’12 and Julia Reinprecht ’13 of the U.S. women’s field hockey team. Michelle Cesan ’13 was named an alternate in field hockey. [Row2K | ESPN.comPhiladelphia Inquirer]