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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.
The Tigers (3-0, 1-0 Ivy League) topped Columbia (0-3, 0-1 Ivy League) this pastFriday, 10-5, in a low-scoring contest marked by grueling weather conditions throughout.
After a disappointing weekend away at Harvard and Dartmouth, the women’s volleyball team will welcome Columbia (3-9 overall, 1-2 Ivy) and Cornell (4-9, 0-3)this FridayandSaturdayat Dillon.
As usual, it has been a roaring hot start to Ivy League play so far for the Princeton field hockey team.On Friday, the Tigers will have the chance to keep their success going as they host the Columbia Lions on Bedford Field.
The Tigers (5-4 overall, 2-0 Ivy League), wrapping up a three-game homestand, hope to close their time at Bedford with a bang before heading on a grueling road trip.
This weekend, the Tigers are on the road to Rhode Island, as they hope to remain perfect in league play against the Brown Bears.
This women’s soccer team (8-3 overall, 2-0 Ivy League) has found its groove, as it has responded to a 3-game losing streak early in the season by winning six straight games.
Here’s a confession: Before I started writing this piece, I had to use Google Maps Street View to remind myself the name of the street I’m writing about.
Breaking the fourth wall is always a technical challenge, regardless of dramatic medium.
Film: Princeton Film Society presents Advanced Film Screening of “Steve Jobs”Yes, you read that correctly.
1. Hug your parents.
2. Tell them you have work to do.
3. Send them to the University Art Museum.
Dear Sexpert,I recently became sexually active, and I feel like it’s good idea for me to go on birth control.
Last weekend’s downpour affected students both on and off Princeton’s campus.
Both the men’s and women’s cross country teams competed in the Princeton Inter-Regional Meet this past weekend, hosted on West Windsor Fields on Saturday.
Just last year, sophomore Nina Sola walked onto the men’s heavyweight crew team with no experience to be a coxswain.
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.