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Women’s hockey remained atop the ECAC this weekend after going 1–0–1 against Syracuse over the weekend. The Tigers received contributions from a number of players as their versatility continues to shine in the early season. Now, they head home to face a tough test of ECAC foes.
Women’s ice hockey got off to a hot start in Ivy League play, winning three games and tying one over the past two weekends.
Princeton’s goals were scored by senior forward and co-captain Karlie Lund, junior forward Carly Bullock, and sophomore forward Annie MacDonald.
The Winter Olympics, hosted in Pyeongchang, South Korea, officially closed on Saturday night. The United States finished fourth in the medal count, with 23 medals, well behind Norway’s first place at 39. But for many Olympians such as Caroline Park ’11, the journey is about much more than winning a medal.
The Princeton women’s hockey team (2-7-3) was quite busy this Thanksgiving break, traveling all the way to North Andover, Mass. to play in a two-game set against Merrimack College (6-10-3). While the Tigers put forth their best efforts over the holiday break, a win against Merrimack is one fewer thing the Tigers have to be thankful for.
The Princeton men’s and women’s hockey teams faced tough losses this past weekend in games that both ended in complete shutouts. The women matched up against Clarkson University and the men’s team faced off against the Brown Bears at home.
On Monday, Princeton hosted Team China for an exhibition game at Hobey Baker Rink. The Tigers made the most of the evening and walked away with a feel-good 3-0 shutout of Team China. Princeton coach Cara Morey was able to schedule the matchup of teams across the world; having played under coach Digit Murphy of Team China while at Brown, the two formed a close relationship on and off the ice and were happy to reconnect for an exhibition game.
The Princeton field hockey team had a successful weekend on the road on Sept. 23 and 24, winning their first Ivy League opening game against Dartmouth and beating Boston University the day after.
After falling in the first game in a three-test series against Quinnipiac, the women’s ice hockey team came back to win the next two games of the weekend. They are now heading to the ECAC semi-finals next weekend.
The women’s hockey team came out victorious on their senior day last weekend, beating both Union (4-1) and Rensselaer (4-2) to take the final playoff spot and head to the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournament.
On Friday night, the Princeton Women’s Hockey team (12-6-3, 8-4-2
ECAC) traveled to Ithaca, New York to battle against the Big Red (10-5-2,
6-2-2 ECAC). While the Tigers fought hard for the win, the match ended in
a tie between the two Ivy League rivals.
The Princeton women’s hockey team had a rough Thanksgiving weekend, dropping back-to-back games against Boston University.
On Friday night at Hobey Baker Rink, the Princeton Women’s Ice Hockey team (5-4-1, 3-4-1 ECAC) broke Colgate’s 13-game winning streak.
Princeton Women’s Ice Hockey (3-2-1, 1-2-1 ECAC) began the weekend as an undefeated team, but fell down in their rankings as they lost to both No. 6 St.
After battling to the final seconds — and beyond — the Princeton women’s hockey team fell to St.
Despite a very successful season in the Ivy League Conference, the Women’s HockeyTeam (22-8-2, 14-6-2 ECAC) lost this past weekend to the St.
The women’s hockey team (21-6-2 overall, 14-6-2 ECAC) secured a strong finish to their historic regular season this past weekend.
On Friday night, the No. 8 Princeton Women’s Hockey Team (20-6-1, 13-6-1 ECAC) battled it out on home turf against the No.
For several weeks this season, the women’s hockey team (19-5-1 overall, 12-5-1 Eastern College Athletic Conference) has overcome challenges to produce consistent success.