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The undefeated football team (6–0, 3–0 Ivy) will face Cornell (3–3, 2–1) in its return to Powers Field at Princeton Stadium tomorrow afternoon. The Tigers are coming off a 29–21 win over Harvard (3–3, 1–2 Ivy) in which senior quarterback John Lovett threw for 207 yards and senior running back Charlie Volker recorded two rushing touchdowns. The victory was Princeton’s first real test in a season that includes five blowout wins.
In a dramatic clash of two Ivy League titans, No. 4 Princeton field hockey (11–4 overall, 4–1 Ivy League) fell 3–1 to No. 9 Harvard (13–1, 5–0) on Saturday afternoon in a matchup that decided the 2018 Ivy League field hockey champion.
For many fans of professional sports, being able to go the championship game is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that they can only hope for. Being able to play in the championship is a pipe dream; forget about winning it. Yet for Princeton alumnus Chris Young, these experiences are all part of the job.
This past weekend, the women’s hockey team (0–2) travelled to Madison, Wis. to take on No. 2 Wisconsin (8–0) on Friday and Sunday. In Friday’s game, the Badgers jumped out to an early 3–1 lead after the first period. The Tigers fought back to have the game finish 4–3. Princeton was unable to get an extra attacker on at the end of the third period to help get the tying goal in. Princeton’s goals were scored by senior forward and co-captain Karlie Lund, junior forward Carly Bullock, and sophomore forward Annie MacDonald.
Men’s soccer crushed Harvard University at home on Saturday, Oct. 20, 3–0. This weekend’s win continues the Tigers’s undefeated season and puts them in first place in the Ivy League.
On Saturday, No. 18 Princeton (6–0 overall, 3–0 Ivy) faced an unfamiliar challenge this season: a close game. Princeton entered the game with an undefeated record and 43.4-point average margin of victory but needed all 60 minutes to put away Harvard (3–3, 1–2) in a 29–21 victory in Cambridge, Mass.
Both teams earned tournament victories to close out the fall season.
Every team hopes to close their season out on a high note. For both the men’s and women’s golf teams, their fall season went out with a bang.
Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams will face Harvard this Saturday on Sherrerd Field at the Class of 1952 Stadium. The men’s team will kick off the back-to-back games at 3 p.m., while the women’s team will conclude the day, kicking off at 6 p.m.
Tomorrow at noon, Princeton football (5–0, 2–0 Ivy) takes on rival Harvard (3–2, 1–1 Ivy) after traveling up to Cambridge on Friday. Normally, this game would be home for the Tigers, but due to the Ivy League’s changing schedule, Princeton will make the trip again. The Tigers will be looking to replicate their success from last year, when they won 52–17. In addition, this will be a chance for Princeton to continue climbing up the rankings. It has climbed to No. 18 in the AFCA Coaches Top 25 Poll. This is the team’s first time back in the top 20 since Princeton clinched the 2013 Ivy League title with a win over Yale and the highest it’s been since it was No. 15 on Oct. 23, 2006. The Tigers are also up to No. 23 in the STATS Football Championship Subdivision Top 25.
The women’s volleyball team played a first-place showdown this past weekend against Cornell, while also adding a league game against Columbia. Princeton and Cornell are two of the three teams who, as of last Friday, had winning records in the Ivy League.
Last Thursday, Oct. 11, the Princeton women’s tennis team traveled to Yale University where, from Friday Oct. 12 to Tuesday Oct. 16, they competed in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Northeast Regional Championships.
The men's soccer team took the Ivy League lead after defeating the Columbia Lions 2–1 in New York on Saturday, improving the Tigers' league record to an undefeated 2–0–1.
This week marked the halfway point in college football and was perhaps the most exciting week so far. Eight ranked teams lost this weekend, including four of the top eight teams in the country. No. 2 Georgia , No. 6 West Virginia , No. 7 Washington, and No. 8 Penn State all fell in large upsets. No. 15 Wisconsin, No. 16 Miami, No. 19 Colorado, and No. 21 Auburn lost as well. Georgia, Washington, and Wisconsin were the only teams to have been beaten by ranked opponents.
Sophomore Julianna Tornetta earned Ivy League Player of the Week Honors with her offensive performance against Brown
On Alumni Day, No. 3 Princeton field hockey (11–3 overall, 4–0 Ivy League) bested the Brown Bears (4–8, 0–4) in a dominating 8–0 win.
Sophomore Davey Rodriguez was the only Tiger remaining during Monday's action
After five days of grueling matches, the ITA Northeast Regional Championship nears its end. The finals for both the singles and doubles competitions will be held Tuesday at Lenz Tennis Center.
The Tigers aced their first tough test of the season in the Penn State National Open
Women’s cross country placed fourth in its last meet before the Ivy League championships. The team’s top runners traveled to the Penn State National Open in University Park, Pa., last Friday. There, the No. 29 Tigers faced some of the toughest competition they have seen this season, including four other top-30 teams, and got a chance to scope out the course for November’s NCAA regionals.