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The Princeton swimming and diving teams made a splash this weekend at the Penn State Invitational at University Park, squaring off against Pennsylvania State University and the University of Connecticut.
The men’s team finished second at 1,156.5 points, just behind host Penn State at 1,189.5 points and ahead of third-place Connecticut at 681 points.
Women’s HockeyThe Princeton women’s ice hockey team (5-2-1 overall, 3-2-1 ECAC) competed in two close games this past weekend against Quinnipiac University (7-1-3, 3-1-2 ECAC) but was unsuccessful in clutching a win.
Saturdayafternoon, the men’s soccer team finished out the season as the senior class led the team to a dominant 3-0 victory over Yale.
After the first weekend of the season, the women’s basketball team continues its streak of success in regular season play,opening 2015-2016 with wins over American University and Duquesne University.The Tigers (2-0 overall) came into Friday night ready to repeat last year’s success over the Eagles, whom they defeated 63-56 in the previous year.
This past Friday, the men’s basketball team opened the season with a game against neighboring Rider University.
The 2015 season came to a close for the field hockey team this past weekend in the NCAA Tournament, as they took down the Maryland Terrapins this past Saturday and fell to the Syracuse Orange the following day.Traveling to Syracuse, N.Y., to kick off their postseason, No.
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.The Tigers (5-4, 2-4) struck first, with junior quarterback Chad Kanoff capping off a nine-play, 82-yard drive with a seven-yard touchdown pass to junior receiver Trevor Osborne.
About four weeks, ago, at the end of the first half of league play, senior right side hitter Kendall Peterkin said that her team was starting to get into their groove.
On Saturday night, Princeton (14-3-1 overall, 6-0-1 Ivy League) dominated Boston College (11-7-2 overall, 5-3-2 ACC) by a final score of 4-2, taking full advantage of the team’s first NCAA tournament berth since 2012.
The Princeton field hockey team achieved two huge goals this Saturday: get off the snide against a longtime rival, and take itself deeper into their postseason.
Traveling to Syracuse, N.Y., for the first round of the 2015 NCAA Championships, Princeton (11-6 overall, 7-0 Ivy League) took down No.
The campaign starts anew for the women’s basketball team, as it opens the season at home against American University on Friday night at 7:00 PM and Duquesne University on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 PM.
Anyone who paid attention to Princeton sports last year knows this team had a season for the ages.
This Friday and Saturday the women’s volleyball team will travel to Cornell (2-10 Ivy League, 6-16 overall) and Columbia (5-7, 7-14) respectively to conclude Ivy League play.
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.
The Tigers (5-3, 2-3 Ivy League) were neck-to-neck with Penn throughout their last game, clawing their way to a 20-10 lead by halftime.
The wait for the 2015-16 Princeton basketball season finally comes to a closethis Fridayas the men’s team prepares for its season opener against neighbor rival Rider University.
In contrast to the multitude of other opponents located throughout the eastern seaboard, the team will travel just down the road to Alumni Gymnasium in Lawrenceville, N.J.
When they were in the military, Max Kim ’16, Michael Liao ’17 and Ann Thompson GS began each day hours before the typical college student gets out of bed.
I first learned about the bombing of Hiroshima in the ninth grade. We were assigned John Hersey’s “Hiroshima,” a long-form article that follows six survivors as they navigate the horrific aftermath of the atomic bomb.
Sociology professor Miguel Centeno’s course, SOC 250: The Western Way of War, is an iconic course on campus.
Princeton South Asian Theatrics presents “The Trump Card”A few reasons why PSAT’s “The Trump Card” may be the best publicity campaign by student groups this semester: it has a topical component, and it poses Donald Trump in a position of meeting non-white foreigners who are, gosh forbid, successful.
Dear Sexpert,My partner and I are considering trying a cock ring, but we don’t quite know how it works.
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.
With the clock stopped and just four seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, senior placekicker Nolan Bieck lined up for a 35-yard field goal which would have clinched a 23-20 Princeton victory.