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The Princeton Tigers (8-2, 6-1 Ivy League) overcame Dartmouth (4-6, 1-6 Ivy League) this Saturday to clinch a share of their first Ivy League title since 2013.Dartmouth jumped ahead first, scoring a touchdown on their initial possession of the game, but the Tigers evened the score late in the first quarter with a one-yard run by junior quarterback John Lovett.
Though a cursory glance at the Ivy Leauge standings will reveal that Princeton (7-2, 5-1 Ivy) should be considered favorites against Dartmouth (4-5, 1-5 Ivy), the Tigers will hope to avoid complacency as they prepare for their season finale at home this Saturday.
The stars aligned for Princeton football this weekend, as the Tigers (7-2, 5-1 Ivy ) thrashed Yale 31-3 while Penn topped Harvard in overtime.
Over fall break, the Princeton football team scored two crucial victories to keep themselves firmly in the chase for the Ivy League title.
The Princeton Tigers will continue their Ivy League schedule over the next two weeks, facing Cornell (3-3, 1-2 Ivy) this Saturday and Penn (4-2, 3-0 Ivy) on Saturday, Nov.
Princeton had more yards and won the turnover battle, but Harvard took the day in a heartbreaking 23-20 overtime victory over the Tigers to stay atop the Ivy League. Both teams entered the day unbeaten and with high expectations: the Tigers (4-2, 2-1 Ivy) were seeking to break the tie for first place in-conference by beating Harvard (5-1, 3-0 Ivy) for the first time since 2013. Once the game began, however, it seemed to be all Harvard.
Junior quarterback John Lovett passed for two touchdowns and rushed for a third as the Princeton Tigers (4-1, 2-0 Ivy) cruised to an easy victory over Brown (1-4, 0-2 Ivy). Princeton kicked off the scoring early, with senior quarterback Chad Kanoff uncorking a 33-yard bomb to senior wide receiver Isaiah Barnes for the first score.
Following a successful three-game road trip, the Princeton Tigers (3-1, 1-0 Ivy) will return home this Saturday to face the Brown Bears (1-3, 0-1 Ivy) in a critical Ivy League matchup.Princeton is coming off a commanding 31-17 road victory against Georgetown.
Junior quarterback John Lovett rushed for three touchdowns and passed for another as the Princeton Tigers (3-1, 1-0 Ivy) rolled over Georgetown (3-2, 2-1 at home), 31-17.Though Princeton would come out on top, Georgetown was the first on the scoreboard.
Senior quarterback Chad Kanoff threw for 230 yards, junior quarterback John Lovett and senior running back Joe Rhattigan rushed for almost fifty yards apiece, and the Princeton Tigers (2-1, 1-0 Ivy) opened their Ivy League season in emphatic style by dismantling the Columbia Lions (0-3, 0-1 Ivy), 48-13. Despite the final score, Columbia struck first to open the game.
Despite a tough battle, the Princeton Tigers (1-1, 0-0 Ivy) dropped their second game of the season to Lehigh (2-2, 1-1 Home), 42-28.The Tigers kept it close throughout the first half, but a tremendous third quarter by the Mountain Hawks allowed them to build a 21-point advantage and stave off a Princeton comeback in the fourth to hang on to their victory.Lehigh struck first, as vaunted quarterback Nick Shafnisky led the Hawks down the field and hit Derek Knott with a touchdown pass less than five minutes into the game.
The Princeton Tigers (1-0 overall, 0-0 Ivy League) will continue their season this Saturday as they take on Lehigh (1-2) in a second non-conference game.Last weekend, Princeton made a strong opening statement as it defeated Lafayette 35-31 at home.
After a 2015 campaign that saw the Tigers start 4-0 before dropping close games late to Yale and Dartmouth, Princeton football will look to further their successes this season.The Tigers (1-0, 0-0 Ivy) have already gotten off to a strong start, vanquishing touch out-of-conference foe Lafayette 35-31 while displaying a potent combination of offense and defense.
Fireworks danced outside of Princeton Stadium on Saturday night as the Tigers (1-0, 0-0 Ivy) came storming back to erase an early Lafayette lead and beat the Leopards (1-2, 0-0 in-conference) 35-31 to open the 2016 season. Princeton would strike first, with senior running back Joe Rhattigan breaking out for a 23-yard run to cap a nine-play scoring drive.
This Reunions, the Prince had a chance to sit down and talk with Samuel Young ’96, a former defensive tackle on the Princeton football team.
Over Reunions, the Prince sat down with Thomas Bevan ’91, co-founder and publisher of RealClearPolitics.
Earlier Saturday afternoon, the Cleveland Browns selected senior wide receiver Seth DeValve with the 138thpick in the NFL draft. The fourth round pick makes DeValve the highest Princeton NFL pick in recent history.
The Princeton football team, after a rollercoaster trip through Ivy League play this season, had their final game of 2015 this past Saturday, in which they lost 10-17 to the Dartmouth Big Green in Hanover, N.H.The Tigers, (5-5 overall, 2-5 Ivy League) entered Saturday afternoon hoping to play the role of spoilers, knowing that Dartmouth (9-1, 6-1) had been one of the league’s strongest teams so far, and was currently gunning for a guaranteed share of the Ivy League title.