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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.
2006 was the last time Princeton won its first two games of the season.
Coming off its first season opener victory in nine years, the football team hopes to carry the momentum of last week’s dominant victory over Lafayette into Saturday’s game against Lehigh.
The fall season is young, but for Princeton men’s soccer, the next few days hold a lot of promise.
After a dominant win and a loss to one of the best teams in the country, the field hockey team now looks toward Ivy League play.The Tigers (2-4 overall), currently ranked 20th in NCAA Division I field hockey, proved their mettle with a 5-1 beatdown over the visiting the American University Eagles (5-3 overall). Princeton took a 2-0 lead before halftime thanks to goals from junior back Hailey Reeves and freshman back Nicole Catalino, and continued the onslaught from there.
In May, I showed my summer reading list to a well-read friend of mine. She said, “Did you know that this” — pointing to “On Beauty” by Zadie Smith(2005) — “was based on this?” — pointing to “Howards End”by E.M.
Dearest Class of 2019 — already, you’ve had the privilege of participating in one of the University’s youngest-lived traditions.
Haruki Murakami is affectionately known as the warmhearted Japanese grandfather of hipster literature.
Dear Sexpert,I met a lot of friends in my ’zee group and Outdoor Action and stuff, and was excited to go out with them during frosh week.
This article is part of our 2015 Fall Preview
Opponent – Yale
Location – Powers Field
Date – Saturday, Nov.