Princeton football put up big numbers in the first half to beat Brown 65–22, extending its winning streak to 15.
Princeton football will look to extend its 14 game winning streak against a Brown team coached by former Princeton offensive coordinator James Perry
Princeton basketball star Devin Cannady signed a contract with the Brooklyn Nets, the team announced Tuesday night.
Defensive line dominance, Dylan Classi’s catch of the year contender, and Princeton’s uncharacteristically slow start.
Princeton football’s 45–10 win over Columbia on a Friday night in New York City to open Ivy League play last season was the first indication that the team would be something special. The 2018 team dominated in two non-conference games to open the season, but it’s difficult to know how well a team will hold up until it has been tested in conference play. A commanding win over a solid Ivy League opponent sent a message to the rest of the league that Princeton was the team to beat.
Football, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, field hockey, and men’s water polo were among the Princeton teams in action this weekend.
Kevin Davidson threw seven touchdowns and Andrew Griffin caught four of them in Princeton’s 56–23 win over Bucknell.
Senior quarterback Kevin Davidson completed 18 of 21 passes for 341 yards, and Princeton football trounced Butler 49–7 to open the 2019 season.
Head Sports Editor Jack Graham explores the offensive options for Princeton football in the coming season as it adjusts to a new offensive coach and loses two-time Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year John Lovett ’19 and his two favorite targets, receivers Jesper Horsted ’19 and Stephen Carlson ’19.
The first weekend of the academic year was a busy one for Princeton fall sports.