Junior lock Jack Jankowski and junior scrum-half Max Weber are a force of nature to be reckoned with, both on and off of the Rugby field.
Men’s hockeyThis weekend, the men’s hockey team (4-8 overall, 3-5 ECAC) swept Yale and Brown on the road for the first time since the 2007-2008 season, with the Tigers throwing momentum into a three-game winning streak.
On Friday, the women’s volleyball team fell to Harvard 3-1 in the playoff match for the NCAA automatic bid.
Saturdayafternoon, the men’s soccer team finished out the season as the senior class led the team to a dominant 3-0 victory over Yale.
The Princeton Women’s Soccer Team will begin play in the NCAA tournament when it hosts Boston College on Saturday, Nov.
The women’s volleyball team has a big weekend ahead, with four home matches over the next week that will either make or break their chase for the Ivy League title.
This weekend was a tough but exciting one for the men’s tennis team, which competed in the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional at Yale over the weekend, despite the unfortunate timing of the event coinciding with midterms.
On Friday, the sprint football team lost to Cornell University, falling to 0-3 on the season.
Even though the women’s water polo doesn’t play its first game for a while, junior Hannah Lapkin is already raring to go for this coming season.
The Tigers extended their undefeated streak to four games Saturday with an impressive win over the visiting Colgate Raiders, 44-22.