The wrestling team kicked off its dual meet scheduleon Sundayin New York City, which is where the Tigers hope to finish their season in March at the 2016 NCAA Championships.
In its second tournament of the season and final tournament before heading to New York City this weekend, the wrestling team took home major hardware en route to its team victory at the Navy Classic on Saturday.
Men's water poloAfter a two-week hiatus from competition, the men’s water polo team returned to competition on Saturday evening with a narrow 6-4 victory over Collegiate Water Polo Association rival Bucknell.
This article is part of our 2015 Fall Preview Despite an impressive 23-4 mark, which included a perfect 11-0 record at Denunzio Pool, the men’s water polo team had a frustrating end to its 2014 season.
Back in the fall, Chris Ayres and his coaching staff established the mantra of “In the Hunt” for the 2014-15 wrestling season.
As a walk-on on the wrestling team at Lehigh University 20 years ago, Chris Ayres quickly turned heads.
In its final weekend of dual competition, the wrestling team (9-9, 6-7 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association) faced stiff competition from opponents both in and out of the conference.
Going into the weekend riding a three-match win streak, which included a home rout of Ivy rivals Harvard and Brown last weekend, the wrestling team (9-6, 6-5 Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association) split a pair of road matches this weekend.
Just a month away from postseason competition, the wrestling team (8-5 overall, 2-1 Ivy League) started off the month of February on a hot streak, as the Tigers took out Ivy opponents Harvard and Brownon Saturday.
The wrestling team split a pair of conference matches in its first home outing of the New Year, as the Tigers (5-4, 2-3 Eastern Intercollegiate Western Association) defeated Sacred Heart University and fell short in its comeback against Hofstra University on Friday evening. The Tigers started off against Sacred Heart at 174 pounds, where junior Judd Ziegler got things going with a strong 8-4 decision to put Princeton on the board first.