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Fresh off of finals week, the Princeton Tigers aced perhaps their biggest test of the season to date.
The Tigers ended their first semester on a positive note, winning this Saturday at home by a score of 74 - 62 against the Yale Bulldogs.
Over the first full Ivy-league weekend of the season, the Princeton women’s basketball team fell to a dominant Brown squad before picking up a win over the Bulldogs.
At long last, the Ivy League Conference Schedule begins. The Tigers will be taking on key rival Penn this Saturday at Jadwin Gymnasium in what should be a critical clash for the Ivy regular season title and the No. 1 seed in the inaugural conference tournament.
The Princeton Tigers knew they weren’t going to let their win streak go down without a fight. And they fought to the bitter end, falling just short of a 5th straight win.Princeton lost to Fordham on Saturday at Rose Hill Gymnasium by a score of 57 - 55.
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.
The women’s basketball team was looking for some spark to propel them back into their winning ways.
Sometimes the best way to get a team back on track is to get right back to work. That is exactly what the women's basketball team prepares to do this Thanksgiving week.The Tigers dropped a heartbreaker this Saturday, Nov. 19, to Dayton in overtime at Jadwin Gymnasium by a score of 62 - 56.
Women’s basketball had an early hiccup in their opening weekend of the season. The Tigers, projected to excel in this season with a core group of freshman, lost their first two games of the season to Rider and George Washington. The Tigers opened their season against Rider on the evening of Nov.
The 2016 Tigers have a big task on their hands. Their mission: to continue the success of the previous seasons and cement a legacy of their own. The Princeton women’s basketball team comes into this season looking to continue what has arguably been the greatest stretch in the team’s history, and quite possibly in the entirety of the Ivy League.
On the right wall in Courtney Banghart’s office is a framed article: Fortune Magazine’s 50 Greatest Leaders from 2015.
In an upset-filled March Madness, it seemed for much of the first-round matchup that Princeton (11th seed) would pull off the upset against West Virginia University (6). Despite valiant offensive and defensive efforts by the Tigers, WVU eked out a 74-65 win. The Princeton women's basketball team, playing in the St.
The NCAA selection committee showed Princeton some love on Monday by awarding the women’s basketball team an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament.
This weekend, the Princeton women’s basketball team secured a chance to play for the Ivy League title, improving its conference record to 12-1 with wins over Harvard (14-12 overall, 9-4 Ivy) and Dartmouth (12-18, 7-7). On Friday at Jadwin Gym, the Tigers led Harvard, 79-69.
With this weekend’s wins over Columbia (12-14 overall, 1-10 Ivy) and Cornell (14-12, 6-6), the women’s basketball team has swept 39 out of its past 42 Ivy League weekends. On Friday, the Tigers beat Columbia for the 16th time in a row, running past the Lions, 77-48.
Princeton won its 15th straight game against Yale (11-15 overall, 2-7 Ivy) last Friday, beating the Bulldogs relatively closely with a final score of 94-81.The game started out fairly even, but about five minutes into the first quarter, the Tigers scored six straight points to distance themselves by nine points from the Bulldogs.