The women’s hockey team returned to Baker Rink for the first time in a month with back-to-back wins against Connecticut. In Thursday’s game, the Tigers (9-6-2 overall, 6-4-1 ECAC) dusted themselves off after a shaky first period to beat the Huskies (4-12-2, 1-4-1 Hockey East) 4-1.
This Saturday, the women's basketball team is on the road again, heading to Georgetown for its second away game in a row.
The weekend ended on a high note for the women’s soccer team, as it dominated the senior night game against Cornell with a 4-0 win at Roberts Stadium.
The women’s soccer team hopes that its home-field victory against Lehigh will be a jumping-off point for turning its season around.
Despite strong performances by many individual players, the women’s volleyball team suffered a major setback in its hunt for the Ivy League championship this weekend, dropping both of this weekend’s away matchups. The Tigers (6-9 overall, 2-3 Ivy League) went to Brown on Friday, where they managed to come back after dropping the first game to win the next two, but eventually lost 3-2.
The Princeton soccer team hit the ground running, following up its season opener against Dartmouth on Saturday with Tuesday-night non-conference play against Drexel. The Tigers (4-5 overall, 1-0 Ivy League) had reason to be confident after their 2-1 win over Dartmouth, which was the Big Green’s (4-1-4, 0-1) first loss of the season. Junior forward Cameron Porter, who scored the game-winning goal, earned his second-straight Ivy League Player of the Week award.
Leading up to its Ivy opener, the women’s volleyball team played three matches at the Bryant Invitational this weekend.
This week, the ‘Prince’ sat down with sophomore Brad Wachtell of the No. 15 men’s water polo team.
In its first game of the season last Friday, the women's volleyball team came out on top after losing its first set with a 3-1 victory at George Mason to kick off a three-match tournament.
With the Ivy League championships for fencing coming up this weekend, the ‘Prince’ sat down with freshman Anna Van Brummen, who fences epee, to learn a little bit about life as a fencer and ask the age-old burning question of whether she’s ever met her long-lost twin in the process. Q: Where are you from and what is it like there?A: I’m from Houston, Texas.