While it is still early in the season for both the men’s and women’s teams, it seems that the underclassmen will be critical to the success of both teams during their 2017 campaigns. Both teams were in action this weekend and both teams were well represented by their freshman and sophomore runners.
The Princeton men’s rugby team hosted the Oxford Saracens Thursday. The teams took the pitch together for a scrimmage before heading back to campus to spend some time together as newly discovered friends.
The 2017 Princeton athletic season will officially come to a close this weekend with the men’s and women’s crew teams traveling across the nation to attend the IRA championships.
Despite the rain-soaked field and the downpour that ensued all game, the Tigers were able to generate tons of chances to score.
While the Princeton baseball team may not be hoisting a banner this year, the Tigers can look towards the future with much anticipation and optimism. Princeton ended their season this weekend with a 4 game split against the Cornell Big Red.
It is always very exhilarating to win a title, especially one after a long title drought. But to win a title in as dominating a fashion as the Tigers did is a feeling all its own.
On April 22, a chilly and wet Saturday afternoon, fans of various schools gathered at Rickerson Field — part of the West Windsor complex across Lake Carnegie — to watch the 11th annual New Jersey Rugby Championships.
Followers of almost every college sport claim that once conference play rolls around, the non-conference performance does not matter at all. After this weekend’s results, the Tigers seem to be the latest example of this trend.
This weekend the Tigers took Clarke Field for the first time this season. After having a rough opening patch of the schedule, Princeton looked to get back on track with a four-game homestand against Ivy League foes.
In an epic game to kick of the Round of 64, the Tigers can hold their heads up high knowing they fought the No. 5-seeded Irish to the wire, only just missing a potentially game winning three pointer in the final seconds of the game. In one of the biggest games of Princeton’s history, the Tigers gave Notre Dame everything they had and came up just short.