On Tap with ... Tommy Gibbons - Sports
| May 08, 2013Tommy Gibbons is a senior midfielder on the men’s lacrosse team. A walk-on his freshman year, the New Jersey native and former Tiger Inn treasurer worked to be a vital leader on a lacrosse team that only had five seniors this season. Gibbons sat down with the ‘Prince’ to share some jokes, supernatural preferences and reflections on his lacrosse career.
On Tap with ... Emily Easton - Sports
| May 02, 2013Emily Easton is a sophomore sprinter who lives in Wilson College. When she’s not on the track, the history major from Long Island enjoys animals, online shopping and taking a break from running. One of her greatest fears is distance running, which for sprinters consists of running for more than twenty minutes at one time or of crossing the finish line more than once in a single track event. Emily recently sat down with the 'Prince' to discuss her pre-race rituals, “The Wild Thornberry” and a preference for racing over going to Lawnparties.
On Tap with ... Quinn Prchal - Sports
| April 29, 2013Freshman Quinn Prchal helped Princeton golf win the Ivy League Tournament this past weekend, taking home Ivy League Rookie of the Year honors along the way. He was fourth in the Ivy League and first on the Princeton team with an average score of 73.80 over 15 rounds. Quinn and I go way back in both the pickup basketball and Snapchat games — I’ve sent him about 300; he’s sent me two. I recently sat down to talk to Quinn about golf, Snapchat and freshman Alexandra Wong of the women’s golf team.
On Tap with ... Kimi Klein - Sports
| April 24, 2013A former member of the USA Water Polo Junior National Development Team and gold-medal winner at the U.S. Junior Olympics in 2008, freshman Kimi Klein now plays for the Princeton women’s water polo team. She sat down with the ‘Prince’ to discuss bopping around, “Friday Night Lights” and “Partying in the U.S.A.”
On Tap with … Maddy Lynch - Sports
| April 18, 2013
Proudly representing Pennsylvania’s Delco (Delaware County) district, freshman midfielder Maddy Lynch entered Princeton this fall as ESPN’s No. 14 girls attacker in the nation. Seven months, one position-change and five conference wins later, she is one game away from her first Ivy League tournament.
The ‘Prince’ had a chance to catch up with Lynch this week to investigate the team’s multimedia talents, hear a few tips on trash-talking and dig up some of the more understated jargon-gems from the lax lexicon.