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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.
Competing for the top spot in the Ivy League, women’s volleyball squared off against Cornell and Columbia this past weekend. The Tigers left little doubt as to who was the Ivy favorite after winning in straight sets against both teams to take sole possession of first. Now, they hope to continue their momentum against Penn this weekend.
Sophomore Stephanie Schrage came away with a singles victory, the first Tiger to win a singles regional title since 2012, for the tournament and thus claiming her bid to play at ITA Fall Nationals in Surprise, Arizona, in November.
In Matthew Fuller's debut column, he breaks down the action from a busy week of college football.
The Princeton Tigers took the Ivy League lead after defeating the Columbia Lions 2–1 in New York on Saturday, improving their league record to an undefeated 2–0–1.
Set to host five days of tennis matches, men’s tennis looked to place high in the annual ITA Tournament. However, some tough competition and the elements derailed the Tigers, with sophomore Davey Rodriguez being the only Tiger remaining in Monday’s action.
The No. 3 field hockey team proved why they are the third best in the nation on Alumni Weekend, handling Brown with an eight-goal shutout win. With Brown behind them, the Tigers now face their biggest regular-season test against rival Harvard.
At the Penn State National Open, the No. 29 Tigers faced some of the toughest competition they have seen this season, including four other top-30 teams.
Sophomore Julianna Tornetta earned Ivy League Player of the Week Honors with her offensive performance against Brown
Sophomore Davey Rodriguez was the only Tiger remaining during Monday's action
The Tigers aced their first tough test of the season in the Penn State National Open
Women’s soccer earned a tight victory over Columbia University in New York on Sunday, Oct. 14, scoring one and keeping a clean sheet for themselves.
This season, Princeton has proved it can beat teams roundly, entering the weekend with four blowout wins in four games. This week, the team showed it could do the same without its star quarterback, with junior Kevin Davidson filling in injured senior John Lovett.
Men’s cross country is running under the radar — no pun intended. Currently, the team stands right on the edge of breaking into the NCAA Top 30 rankings. But the team has its eyes set high, aiming for an Ivy League title, a first-place finish in the Mid-Atlantic NCAA Regional Championship, and a top 15 NCAA finish overall.
Starting this Thursday, Princeton will host the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regional Championships for the Northeast division.
Princeton University men's cross country, Princeton, NJ, October 14, 2017.
In their final tune-up, against St. John’s, before the conference-heavy home stretch of the season, men’s soccer (6–4–1, 1–0–1 Ivy League) dominated on paper for most of regulation but were unable to score in the first 90 minutes.
Women’s soccer heads to Columbia University in New York City on Sunday for a crucial match.
In the second installment of Beyond the Numbers, we take a look at football’s remarkable offensive stats through four games.