When the lights went off at Dillon Gymon Saturdaynight and the last fan had long since left the building, the women of Princeton volleyball could finally exhale.
Women’s Tennis Dominates Home Tournament Opening their fall campaign by playing within the familiar confines of Lenz Tennis Center, the Tigers won 11 of 14 doubles matches and 16 of 19 singles matches over the three-day Princeton Invitational, sweeping aside most challenges from the women of Penn, Syracuse and Temple. On Friday, the Tigers split the four doubles sets with Syracuse before sweeping all four Penn doubles pairings.
This article is part of our 2015 Fall Preview After compiling a solid 14-10 record during a 2014 campaign that included a third-place Ivy League finish (9-5), Princeton women’s volleyball (5-4 overall, 0-0 Ivy League) has already kicked off its 2015 season.
After 17-year absence, men’s tennis returns to NCAA tournament While third-year head coach Billy Pate is no stranger to the NCAA tournament, when his team squares off in Charlottesville, Va., on Fridayagainst the University of Minnesota in opening round play, the Tigers will break a drought 17 years in the making.
Women’s Openweight The eighth-ranked women’s openweight rowers swept Ivy foes Dartmouth and Penn across six raceson Saturdayon the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, Pa.
With playoff hopes still alive, the Princeton softball team will travel north to Ithaca, N.Y., to take on Cornell (12-21, 6-10 Ivy League) this weekend for two sets of doubleheaders that will conclude the regular season.The Tigers (16-22, 8-7) trail Penn (19-17, 10-6) by 1.5 games entering the final weekend of play.
With playoff aspirations on the line, the Princeton men’s volleyball team (10-10, 5-4 Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association) will welcome No.
Women enjoy successful season, look to take the next step Though they did not compete in the NCAA Division I Championship tournament, the women of Princeton hockey had a unique view of the action.
With snow melting and temperatures rising, another remnant of winter faded away last weekend when the men of Princeton hockey played their final games of the 2014-15 campaign. Twelfth-seeded Princeton (4-23-3 overall, 2-18-2 Eastern College Athletic Conference) travelled to Hanover, N.H.
Women's Hockey Goaltender Chelsea Laden of the No. 6 Quinnipiac (26-7-3, 15-5-2 Eastern College Athletic Conference) recorded her nation-leading 15thand 16thshutouts of the season as the Bobcats swept Princeton (15-14-2, 13-8-1) in a best-of-three ECAC quarterfinal matchup this weekend, ending the Tigers’ season. In Hamden, Conn.