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It was a wild weekend for the Princeton soccer teams this Saturday. Myslik Field at Roberts Stadium played host to some doubleheader action, as the men took on Columbia in the afternoon before ceding the pitch to the women for their Saturday night showdown, also against Columbia. The men got things rolling with a wild 0-0 draw against the No. 22 team in the nation that went into two overtimes. The Tigers hung around for the entire afternoon despite being outshot 21-6 by the Lions. Sophomore goalkeeper Jacob Schachner had a career-high seven saves for the Tigers in net and spearheaded an impressive defensive effort which led Princeton to its first Ivy League point this season. Despite the lack of scoring by both teams, the Tigers and Lions played a tightly contested and very entertaining game that was an awesome start to the doubleheader. 

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