A closer look at attendance rates to women’s games — over the span of a decade — shows attendance is a function of the team’s record while the men’s team, on the other hand, draws a consistent showing regardless of performance.
In the most important game of the season, the Princeton Tigers showed last night why they are the best team in the Ivy League.
With two games remaining in the regular season, there is little more the Princeton men’s basketball team could be doing.
Continuing a late-season surge, the men’s hockey team defeated conference foes St. Lawrence and Clarkson.
What’s the exact opposite of the remarkable 5-0 start the Tigers are enjoying this season? And the opposite of an eight-game winning streak, with victories against the likes of Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale, and Brown?
Over the first full Ivy-league weekend of the season, the Princeton women’s basketball team fell to a dominant Brown squad before picking up a win over the Bulldogs.
Per a University announcement Wednesday evening, all players and coaches of the varsity football team will be immediately treated for a widespread “dabbing” outbreak that has plagued the team of late. Signs of the outbreak first emerged late into the 2016 season when senior running back Im Too Cool cost the Tigers the Ivy League championships when he fumbled the game-winning touchdown after breaking into a spontaneous dab.
In a game of ups and downs, the men’s basketball team escaped with a win in the Ivy season-opener again Penn on Saturday night.
Ford Family Director of Athletics Mollie Marcoux Samaan has informed the men’s swimming and diving team that it will not compete in its two remaining regular season meets, or the end-of-season Ivy League Championships.
Despite a late comeback attempt from the Liberty Eagles, the Tigers never gave up the lead in Saturday’s 67-64 victory.