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Over Reunions, the Prince sat down with Thomas Bevan ’91, co-founder and publisher of RealClearPolitics. As a Tiger, Bevan played defensive back for the Princeton football team before earning a history degree. During the talk, the Chicago-based writer discussed team bonding, waking up at 4 a.m. to update his website and career advice.
Earlier Saturday afternoon, the Cleveland Browns selected senior wide receiver Seth DeValve with the 138thpick in the NFL draft.
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.
After a heartbreaking loss to Yale, the Tigers, now 2-4 in the Ivy League (5-4 overall) will look to close out their season on a winning note when they take on Dartmouth this coming Saturday.
The Princeton Tigers fought until the final drive before falling just short against Yale (6-3 overall, 3-3 Ivy League) by a score of 35-28.
After dropping a heartbreaker in overtime to Penn, the Princeton Tigers will look to even their record in the Ivy League as they take on Yale in the homecoming game.
In shocking fashion, Princeton football suffered its third Ivy League loss of the season. The Tigers (5-3 overall, 2-3 Ivy League) fell to the Penn Quakers (5-3, 4-1) by an overtime score of 26-23.
Under the brightFridaynight lights of Princeton Stadium, the sprint football team competed in a thriller of a game against Chestnut Hill College in its final contest of the season. For the men of sprint football, however, the game would end in gut-wrenching heartbreak, as the Tigers fell 44-36 in a particularly wild 4thquarter.
Princeton’s offense fired on all cylinders, the defense stood firm, and the Tigers routed Cornellthis Saturday, 47-21.
After roaring to a 4-0 start, the Tigers have dropped back-to-back games against Ivy League opponents, including a 42-7 loss to rival Harvard last week. Now 1-2 in League play, the squad looks to even up their conference record as they face off against winless Cornell.
For the second consecutive year, Princeton football was outmatched by longtime rival Harvard. Competing on Boston’s Soldiers Field, the No. 15 Crimson (6-0 overall, 3-0 Ivy League) managed 42 points, including three unanswered third-quarter touchdowns, against the Tigers (4-2, 1-2), whose lone score came on a pass from sophomore quarterback John Lovett to fellow sophomore signal caller Nick Peabody.
After a tough loss to Brown this past weekend, the Princeton Tigers hold a 4-1 record as they travel to Cambridge on Saturday to face Harvard in the traditional meeting of rivals. For Princeton, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
On Friday, the sprint football team lost to Cornell University, falling to 0-3 on the season. The Tigers pushed hard to keep up with the Big Red (3-2) during the first half of the game, but Cornell scored a pair of touchdowns during the third quarter to pull away, with a final score of 52-18.
Before 60 seconds had ticked off the clock, the Tigers faced a 7-0 deficit — Brown’s Alex Jette had returned the opening kickoff 99 yards to score — and had turned the ball over on their first possession, as senior quarterback Kedric Bostic fumbled on the game’s second offensive play. However, it would turn out that the game’s final minute, rather than the first, would prove decisive, as Brown running back Johnny Pena scored the game-winning touchdown with 57 seconds left to play.
In 1995 and 2006, the Princeton Tigers started their season 4-0. In both years, they also claimed the Ivy League title.
The Tigers extended their undefeated streak to four games Saturday with an impressive win over the visiting Colgate Raiders, 44-22. The last two times Princeton started the season 4-0, in 2006 and 1995, the Tigers went on to win the Ivy League Championship. The Tigers’ victory was marked with a strong offensive showing, as they moved the ball a total of 556 yards, despite missing several notable players on offense to injury.
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The Princeton Tigers, 3-0 on the season after wins over Lafayette College, Lehigh University and Columbia, now face a determined foe as they take on Colgate Universitythis Saturday.
It was a stark contrast from the previous game. Last weekend, the Princeton football team was greeted by a brisk fall wind and a plethora of Tigers faithful, eagerly awaiting their team’s home opener. This time, the wind, the rain and the band were their closest companions, as a daylong downpour kept even the most devoted of football fans to watching the game from inside.
After pounding Lehigh this past Saturday 52-26, the undefeated Tigers look to continue their successes this season as they open Ivy League play against Columbia (0-2, 0-0 Ivy League).