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Six games deep in the winter season and the Princeton women’s hockey team has already won five games.
The Tigers (5-1 overall, 3-1 ECAC) started the season on the road with a dominant doubleheader performance against Mercyhurst College, outscoring their opponents 5-3.
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.
Certain things at Princeton seem constant. Problem sets, lack of sleep and a craving for Late Meal.
The Naismith Award. A perfect regular season record. The No. 25 ranking going into the season.
The Princeton Women’s Soccer Team will begin play in the NCAA tournament when it hosts Boston College on Saturday, Nov.
For women’s volleyball, Ivy League play lasts 14 games, each one a critical opportunity to help push the team toward an NCAA tournament appearance.
Women’s soccerIt’s only fitting that the women’s soccer team end their regular season with a defensive struggle.The Tigers (13-3-1 overall, 6-0-1 Ivy League) played their final game before the NCAA Tournament in Philadelphia, Pa., before a crowd of supporters for the Penn Quakers (6-4-6, 1-2-4). They tied 0-0 on the day, coming just short of the hope for a perfect season in league play, but still giving themselves their best league performance since the 2012 season.
The fall season for the men’s and women’s heavyweight and lightweight rowing teams came to a victorious close as the Tigers hosted the annual Princeton Chase at Lake Carnegie.
Princeton’s offense fired on all cylinders, the defense stood firm, and the Tigers routed Cornellthis Saturday, 47-21.
The win over the Big Red (0-7 overall, 0-4 Ivy League) moves Princeton to 2-2 in the conference and 5-2 overall.
In a remarkable performance this weekend, the women’s volleyball team beat Dartmouth (9-10 overall, 6-4 Ivy League) and Harvard (11-9, 7-3) at home.
From an early age, Chris Young ’02 has seen success upon success in his athletic career, both as a college basketball standout and as a pitching star for Princeton and in the MLB.
Zeroing in on the penultimate weekend of the 2015 field hockey season, the Tigers (8-6 overall, 5-0 Ivy League) will face Cornell (10-5, 4-1) at home on Saturday.
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.
Women’s SoccerOn the verge of clinching its first NCAA bid in three years, the women’s soccer team looks to remain hot as it hosts the Cornell Big Red at home on Saturday.The Tigers (12-3 overall, 5-0 Ivy League) have won their last 10 games and are coming off their biggest win of the season, a 2-1 victory on the road against league rival Harvard to solidify themselves as the top Ivy.
The women’s volleyball team has a big weekend ahead, with four home matches over the next week that will either make or break their chase for the Ivy League title.
This weekend was a tough but exciting one for the men’s tennis team, which competed in the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional at Yale over the weekend, despite the unfortunate timing of the event coinciding with midterms.
Opening its season on the road, the women’s hockey team made a strong start to the 2015-16 campaign.
Beating Harvard teams was a common theme among many Princeton teams this weekend. The Princeton field hockey team managed to get in on the act as well.
Completing the last two games of a four-game stretch away from home, the no.
On paper, the odds were against them. The men’s soccer team, winless in league play, battling on the road against Harvard, one of two teams still perfect against their Ivy League foes.
The Tigers, however, are not ones to back down from a challenge.
The Princeton men’s soccer team (7-4-2 overall, 1-2-1 Ivy League) picked up their first win in league play this year, upsetting the Crimson (6-5-2, 3-1-0) 3-2 this pastSaturday.
The race for first in Ivy League women’s soccer just got a new frontrunner.
This Saturday, the Princeton women’s soccer team (12-3 overall, 5-0 Ivy League) pushed itself even closer to an automatic NCAA bid, defeating reigning Ivy League champion Harvard in Cambridge, Mass.