Tonight, the men’s soccer team will take the short trip over to Lawrenceville, New Jersey, to take on its neighbor Rider (12–5–2 overall, 6–2–2 conference) at 7 p.m. Princeton (3–3 overall) has rebounded after a slow start to its season, winning its last two games at its temporary home field of Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium, traditionally the lacrosse field. Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams have been moved there from Myslik Field at Roberts Stadium for the last week due to the heavy rain Princeton got the weekend of Sept. 8.
Coming into their final game, the Tigers needed a win over Cornell and some help from Dartmouth to make the Ivy League Playoffs. The Tigers did their part with a 14–8 win, but failed to make the playoffs after Dartmouth did not deliver on their end.
On Saturday the men’s lacrosse team (7–5, 2–3 Ivy League) traveled up to Cambridge to take on Harvard (7–5, 2–3) in its last road Ivy League game of the season. By halftime, behind a six-goal second quarter, the Tigers had taken a 7–3 lead.
This past weekend, the men’s lacrosse team (6–5, 1–3 Ivy League) hosted Dartmouth (2–9, 0–4) in its second-to-last home Ivy League game of the season.
The men’s lacrosse team came out hot against Stony Brook, cruising to a 16–8 win over the Seawolves. Now the Tigers have set their sites on Siena, where they look to get their first road win of the season in the first ever matchup between the two teams.
This past weekend of March 31, the men’s lacrosse team (3–5 overall, 0–3 Ivy League) travelled to Providence to take on Brown in its third Ivy League match of the year looking for its first League win and its first win on the road.
The Princeton men’s lacrosse team (3–4, 0–2 Ivy League) has had a difficult start to its Ivy League season. Facing two of the conference’s top teams in No. 20 Penn (5–4, 1–1) and No. 4 Yale (6–1, 2–0), Princeton lost 14–7 to Penn and 16–8 to Yale.
The men’s lacrosse team split their past two games, falling to Johns Hopkins, 16–9, before rebounding against NJIT at home, 15–8.
This past weekend, the men’s lacrosse team (1–1) travelled down to Charlottesville, Virginia, to take on the No. 4 lacrosse team University of Virginia (4–0). Unfortunately, the game did not end up going to No. 20 Princeton; they lost 18–15. However, the Tigers certainly cannot be disappointed with their level of play.