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Six games deep in the winter season and the Princeton women’s hockey team has already won five games.
The Tigers (5-1 overall, 3-1 ECAC) started the season on the road with a dominant doubleheader performance against Mercyhurst College, outscoring their opponents 5-3.
Women enjoy successful season, look to take the next step
Though they did not compete in the NCAA Division I Championship tournament, the women of Princeton hockey had a unique view of the action.
With snow melting and temperatures rising, another remnant of winter faded away last weekend when the men of Princeton hockey played their final games of the 2014-15 campaign.
Twelfth-seeded Princeton (4-23-3 overall, 2-18-2 Eastern College Athletic Conference) travelled to Hanover, N.H.
Goaltender Chelsea Laden of the No. 6 Quinnipiac (26-7-3, 15-5-2 Eastern College Athletic Conference) recorded her nation-leading 15thand 16thshutouts of the season as the Bobcats swept Princeton (15-14-2, 13-8-1) in a best-of-three ECAC quarterfinal matchup this weekend, ending the Tigers’ season.
In Hamden, Conn.
In women’s NCAA Division I collegiate hockey, there is no league as deep or as talented as the Eastern College Athletic Conference.
Women's HockeyIn what turned out to be a thrilling final weekend for women’s Eastern College Athletic Conference hockey and women’s Ivy League hockey, Princeton certainly played an important part.
In Men’s Eastern College Athletic Conference Hockey, each of the twelve competing teams are guaranteed a playoff spot.
In what has been a long and arduous season for the men’s hockey team, the Tigers (4-17-3 overall, 2-14-2 Eastern College Athletic Conference) are finally heating up, grabbing a tie and victory this past weekend against two tough conference foes.
Women’s Hockey sweeps weekend, wins exciting Senior Day matchup
The Princeton Women’s Ice Hockey team (13-10-2, 11-6-1 Eastern College Athletic Conference) might have played its last game at Hobey Baker Rink this season.
While most of the student body was off enjoying a break from the stress of finals and Dean’s Date, the men’s hockey team kept working during Intersession as it travelled along the East Coast for a three-game stint.
In the final series before their final period break, men’s hockey (2-14-1 overall, 1-10-0 Eastern Conference Athletic Conference) was unable to break a conference-play loss streak stretching back to its home-opening 2-1 victory over Cornell.
The past year was a saw major change for the men’s hockey team, perhaps most evident by the transition from former head coach Bob Prier to current skipper Ron Fogarty.
The men’s hockey team enters the homestretch of 2014 this weekend as it travels to Minnesota State University for a two-game out-of-conference battle.
Cook tallies season-high 28 points in comeback win over Stony Brook
In the first meeting between the two schools, men’s basketball (3-6 overall) put together a late second half rally to earn a 77-64 victory over Stony Brook (5-6). This home win Saturday night comes on the heels of 89-85 shootout loss at Fairleigh Dickson (3-4).
In the second meeting between the schools – Princeton won last year’s matchup 77-55 – the Tigers established an eight-point lead over Fairleigh Dickinson through twenty minutes of play.
Ivy League rivals provide tough test for men’s hockey
This weekend Baker Rink will host a pair of Ivy League and Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference matchups.
The men’s hockey team split a two-game home stand with Big 10 foe Michigan State University last weekend at Baker Rink.
The losing streak for the men’s hockey team reached five games this past weekend as the Tigers (1-6-1, 1-5-0 Eastern College Athletic Conference) dropped conference contests at St.
For the second consecutive week, the men’s hockey team (1-4-1, 1-3-0 Eastern College Athletic Conference) will travel north to upstate New York for back-to-back ECAC battles.
The Princeton men’s hockey team (1-4-1 overall, 1-3-0 Eastern College Athletic Conference) dropped two road tests this weekend in New York, falling to conference leader Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (5-6-0, 4-1-0) 3-1 on Friday and defending national champion Union College (6-5-1, 1-4-1) 6-1 on Saturday.
After the men’s squad initiated the fall campaign with a strong showing through three games, including a 2-2 stalemate against Ivy rival Yale in a nonconference showdown and a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Cornell at home, the team has since dropped its last three contests by a combined score of 14-3.
The men’s hockey team that will defend Baker Rink this winter has changed dramatically from the one that dropped 10 of 12 home games in last year’s disappointing 6-26 (4-18 Eastern College Athletic Conference) campaign.