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The Princeton men’s ice hockey season this year can be viewed as one long comeback. Situated in the cellar of the ECAC for much of the beginning of the season, the team clawed back to earn a No. 7 seed and home ice for the first round of the conference tournament. However, this pales in comparison to the comeback pulled by the team in this weekend’s three-game playoff series against Colgate. Literally a second from elimination, Princeton fought back to win the series and advance in the tournament.
Coming into this weekend, the Tigers knew that they would be invited to the inaugural Ivy League tournament. What they didn’t know, however, was if they would be there defending a regular season title or just looking to turn a second or third place finish into a spot in the Big Dance this March.
The men’s volleyball team claimed the top spot in the EIVA with two wins this Friday, Mar. 3, and Saturday, Mar. 4, in their doubleheader against Charleston.
The women’s squash team just concluded its 2016-17 season at the College Squash Association Individual Championships at Dartmouth College this past weekend, Mar. 3-5. Princeton sent nine athletes to participate in one of the five draws of the tournament: Holleran North, Holleran South, Holleran East, Holleran West, and the Ramsay Cup.
With time winding down and the game tied at 69 each, Princeton needed someone to step up and score the decisive basket. Enter junior guard Amir Bell. Bell’s drive to the basket and floater with 1.1 seconds left put everyone in Jadwin Gymnasium on the edge of their seat. When the ball came through the hoop, the arena erupted.
The 2016-17 men’s basketball team has joined an elite group with their perfect 14-0 Ivy League record.
In the most important game of the season, the Princeton Tigers showed last night why they are the best team in the Ivy League.
The men and women’s track and field teams concluded their seasons at the Indoor Track and Field Heptagonal Championships held at the Armory Track in New York City on Feb. 25 and 26. Saying that the meet was exciting would be an understatement.Many Princeton alumni came to cheer on the teams alongside families and friends of the competitors.
It hasn’t always been smooth sailing for the Princeton wrestling team. Competing in an Ivy League dominated for decades by Cornell, as well as competing within the fiercely competitive EIWA, the Tigers have often struggled to find their place in a sport traditionally dominated by large, storied Midwestern programs. Head coach Chris Ayres, however, has turned Princeton from an insignificant contender in college wrestling to a consistent placer in the NCAA national championships, one of the most dangerous squads in the EIWA.
For four years, women's basketball seniors Taylor Brown, Vanessa Smith, and Jackie Reyneke have made Jadwin Gymnasium their home. On Saturday, they walked off the court for their final time at Jadwin, capping a wild and record-setting four years for the Class of 2017.
With two games remaining in the regular season, there is little more the Princeton men’s basketball team could be doing.
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.
At the beginning of its season, the Princeton Men’s Ice Hockey team set out with the goal of earning home ice for the first round of the ECAC playoffs.
This past weekend was certainly an important one for the Princeton track program. On Friday, the top runners on both the men's and women’s teams traveled by bus to New York City to compete in the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships at the Armory Track and Field Center.
The men’s volleyball team split the weekend, winning their game against Harvard but falling to Sacred Heart.
The women’s squash team (12-5, 5-2 Ivy League) competed in the CSA Howe Cup national team championships this past weekend, Feb. 24-26, at the Jadwin squash courts, picking up an early victory against fifth-ranked Yale (12-6, 4-3) on Friday but facing disappointing defeats the two following days against top-ranked Harvard (15-0, 7-0) and third-ranked Trinity (15-3) to take fourth place.
The men’s basketball team came into this weekend looking to continue its undefeated season in the Ivy League and to extend its unbeaten streak to 15 games.
A month ago, in a dominating performance at Harvard-Yale-Princeton, the Princeton women’s track and field team proved its mettle, earning 73 points and easily beating out rivals Harvard and Yale, each by an impressive 25 points.The Tigers hope to replicate their performance this weekend as they compete in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
After opening the season with two wins against New Jersey Institute of Technology (0-2) and Marist (2-1), the men’s lacrosse team will look to continue its strong start when Hofstra (1-0) comes to town on Saturday for a 1 p.m. game at Sherrerd Field at the Class of 1952 Stadium. Princeton’s (2-0) strong start has gotten them recognition from the USILA/Nike Coaches Poll where Princeton received votes for it to be ranked in the top 20 teams in the country for the first time this season.