Nobody quite saw it coming.
Under warm skies this past Saturday, Princeton men’s lacrosse emerged from their first game with a convincing 21-4 victory.
The men and women of Princeton fencing faced four teams this past weekend at Sacred Heart’s Tradition Tournament in Fairfield, Conn.
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.
For the second consecutive year, Princeton football was outmatched by longtime rival Harvard. Competing on Boston’s Soldiers Field, the No.
Before 60 seconds had ticked off the clock, the Tigers faced a 7-0 deficit — Brown’s Alex Jette had returned the opening kickoff 99 yards to score — and had turned the ball over on their first possession, as senior quarterback Kedric Bostic fumbled on the game’s second offensive play.
This article is part of our 2015 Fall Preview Men’s cross country poised to continue Ivy dominance Fall 2015 looks to be yet another successful season for Princeton’s male distance runners.
A road trip to nearby Chestnut Hill College ended in disappointment for the men of sprint football, as the Tigers fell to the Griffins by a score of 48-13.
As May’s superlative weather heralds, it is NCAA tournament time for successful spring teams. Well-acquainted with success of late, No.
Men’s and women’s lacrosse sit atop their respective conference standings with one week remaining in the regular season.