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Traveling to nearby Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Princeton women’s tennis team competed in just their second event this year, following up last week’s Princeton Invitational with an appearance at the Cissie Leary Invitational.On Friday, the Tigers came in hoping to build off an extremely impressive performance from last weekend, where they took 11 out of 14 doubles matches and 16 of their 19 singles matches.
In their first Ivy League road trip of the season, women’s volleyball fell to both Harvard and Dartmouth this weekend.
With just eight games left in the season, the Princeton field hockey team seems to be finding their stride at just the right moment.
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.
After an impressive 3-0 win at home against Yale last weekend where the players dominated their opponents, the Tigers (7-3 overall, 2-0 Ivy League) headed to Dartmouth with high hopes to continue their unbeaten start against Ivy League opponents.
Princeton has endured its fair share of hardships against Dartmouth in previous seasons. For the Orange and Black, this past Saturday featured more of the same, as they fell to the Big Green in Hanover 0-1 in their Ivy League opener.
The Tigers (3-3-1 overall, 0-1-0 Ivy League) went into this one looking for revenge, after a heartbreaking loss to Dartmouth (3-3-1, 1-0-0) at Roberts Stadium last season, a loss that ultimately cost them a shot in the NCAA Tournament.
Heading into the fifth weekend of the field hockey season, No. 20 Princeton (3-4 overall, 1-0 Ivy League) will welcome Yale (2-5, 0-1) on Friday and then Penn State (4-5 overall, 1-2 conference) this Sunday.
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).
Princeton (2-0, 0-0) overwhelmed the Mountain Hawks (2-2) with outstanding play on both ends of the ball; highlights included strong passing play by junior quarterback Chad Kanoff and sophomore quarterback John Lovett, multiple rushing touchdowns from junior running back Joe Rhattigan and a stunning interception made by junior linebacker RJ Paige.
With two solid victories beneath their belts, the Tigers look to continue their progress moving forward.
This FridayandSaturday, Princeton women’s volleyball (5-5 overall, 0-1 Ivy League) will face off against Dartmouth (3-5, 1-0) and Harvard (4-6, 0-1) in search of its first conference win.
Men’s soccer looks to start out strong in Ivy League play against co-league champ Dartmouth
After riding a string of strong results, the men’s soccer team will travel to Hanover this weekend to take on Dartmouth in their Ivy League play opener.
The Tigers (3-2-1 overall), after hitting some bumps early on in the season, appear to have hit their stride.
In which we take you around the world and introduce you to a cool STREET far from the well-trod gravel of Prospect Avenue.As summer faded and the super-blood-moon emerged to haunt our dreams, we yearned for summer days, those times for lazy driving through surf-obsessed towns, places where the distinction between waves and zen converge into one.
The last time I was in a formal dance studio was before I turned 13. It was my 10th and final year of dance lessons when I inevitably shifted into the musical world, playing bassoon in the pit orchestra with dancers onstage.
A trip through the mid-Atlantic region held nothing but success for the men’s water polo team, as they went 2-0 in their weekend excursion.
It seems that, from early on, Mike Hazen ’98 heard the calling of greener pastures — the pastures of the baseball field.
Women’s Tennis Dominates Home Tournament
Opening their fall campaign by playing within the familiar confines of Lenz Tennis Center, the Tigers won 11 of 14 doubles matches and 16 of 19 singles matches over the three-day Princeton Invitational, sweeping aside most challenges from the women of Penn, Syracuse and Temple.
On Friday, the Tigers split the four doubles sets with Syracuse before sweeping all four Penn doubles pairings.
It was a tough opener to Ivy League play for the Princeton women’s volleyball team, as they fell to their nearby rivals, the Penn Quakers, in a Dillon Gymnasium showdown Friday night.The Tigers (5-5 overall, 0-1 Ivy League) came into this match having every reason to be confident — they were coming off of a 3-0 performance in the Rutgers Tournament from the previous weekend.
It was an excellent weekend for the men's soccer team, as they traveled to defeat Binghamton University 3-1 this past Saturday.After an excellent 2-1 victory over Boston University in their home opener, the men’s soccer team (3-2) looked to repeat their feat when they travelled to the Bearcats Sports Complex at Binghamton (5-4) to face the New York side.Binghamton tried to take charge of the game in the first half, dominating possession and pushing forward to try and claim the ever-important first goal of the game.
A road trip to Hanover this past weekend marked a successful start to the field hockey team’s quest for another NCAA bid.
The women’s soccer team (6-3 overall, 1-0 Ivy League) opened their Ivy League schedule this Saturday with a convincing victory over Yale (3-4-2, 0-1-0) in front of a home crowd of 458 at Roberts Stadium.
After a disappointing 48-13 defeat against Chestnut Hill (1-0), the Tigers (0-2) had their home opener against the United States Military Academy (2-0) in an attempt to end their 102-game streak without a victory against a CSFL opponent.