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This Sunday the mens and women's track and field team will be competing at home in Jadwin Gymnasium hosting the New Year Invitational, beginning at 11 a.m.
As we get closer and closer to conference play, the Tigers are looking more and more like a team ready to compete for a tournament bid.
Fresh off of splitting their two game homestand, the Princeton men's basketball team is set to hit the road once more this weekend.
Morgan Steelman is a force to be reckoned with as a freshman on Princeton Women’s Squash, racking up two more wins against Williams and Middlebury this weekend.
Despite hard-fought efforts from both the Men and Women’s Swim and Dive teams and a well-deserved win against the Dartmouth, both teams finished the invitational in second place, trailing behind hosts Brown.In the 2015-2016 season, the Tigers hosted the Bears and the Big Green for the Big Al Invitational at Denunzio Pool, claiming the meet with a win in both leagues.
After an impressive trouncing of Maryland and Buffalo at the Madison Square Garden Grapple in the Garden, the 25th-ranked Tigers headed to Lincoln this weekend for another pre-season test as they took part in the Nebraska Duels, hosted by the University of Nebraska.
Down 5-3 with less than 10 minutes left to play in the third period against RPI, the Princeton Men’s Hockey team was faced with the possibility of a downright disastrous weekend.
The men’s track and field team opened their indoor season with a bang, winning ten events at the Metro Holiday Meet on Friday in Staten Island.
This weekend, men’s swimming and diving will travel to Providence and take on the Bears and the Big Green.On Friday’s upcoming three-day invitational, The Princeton Tigers (1-1) hope to take away two clean wins against Brown (0-1) and Dartmouth (0-2).At their most recent meet on Nov. 18, the reigning champions hailed victorious over hosts Cornell (191-109), but suffered a defeat against the Quakers (192-108) despite their efforts. This marked Princeton’s first defeat against Penn since 1989.
“Oh, so you’re a NARP.”Uh oh.Suddenly, an insane cloud of guilt and shame surrounds you. You want to run for the bathroom and never look back. You want to run to Terrace and hide in one of the pot-smoke-filled rooms that comprise the maize that eating club is. No, you’re not an athlete at Princeton. No, you’re not on a varsity team. You were just never good enough at sports! But you swear, YOU’RE NOT A NARP!
At the start of the season The Tigers were diving very much into the unknown. The team had a two new coaches coming in just six weeks before the start of their preseason regime, Head Coach Carla Tagliente and Assistant Coach Dina Rizzo.
The women’s basketball team was looking for some spark to propel them back into their winning ways.
Though the wrestling season is barely a couple of weeks in, the Tigers have already become quite the local celebrities.
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