Men's Lacrosse: Tigers clinch Ivy League tournament berth - Sports
| April 21, 2013
The men's lacrosse team finished its senior night with a powerful attack from the offense to overwhelm the Harvard defense for a 14-6 win. Princeton (8-4 overall, 3-2 Ivy League) has now clinched a berth in the Ivy League tournament, while Harvard (6-7, 2-3) has a shot at capturing the final spot.
Women's Lacrosse: Tigers edge out Big Green for No. 2 seed - Sports
| April 21, 2013
The women’s lacrosse team came up with a victory in Hanover, N.H., on Saturday, beating Dartmouth 15-13. This victory gives Princeton the second seed in the Ivy League tournament. The Tigers lost their chance for the first seed on Wednesday in an overtime loss to Penn. Though it had a shot to share first place with this victory, Penn beat Brown in an overtime game Saturday to maintain its undefeated record in the league.
Men's Lacrosse: Brothers team up for Tigers - Sports
| April 11, 2013
Leading the offense at 1952 Stadium against Ivy League foe Brown earlier this season, senior attack Jeff Froccaro earned his 100th point, joining only 26 others in the program’s storied history. What’s more, his milestone accomplishment came on an assist to none other than his younger brother and freshman midfielder Jake Froccaro. Brothers playing on the same nationally ranked varsity team would seem rare, but at Princeton, it's anything but — the duo comprise but one of the men’s lacrosse team’s three sibling pairings.
Men's Lacrosse: Fiorito leads squad in difficult season - Sports
| May 26, 2011Despite one of the best seasons ever by a goalie in program history, the 2011 men’s lacrosse team failed to qualify for the Ivy League Tournament and NCAA Tournament and had its worst season since 1988. The Tigers (4-8 overall, 2-4 Ivy League) have not won so few games since former head coach Bill Tierney’s first season.
Women's Lacrosse: Terps end Tigers' run - Sports
| May 21, 2011
For 20 minutes on Saturday, the women’s lacrosse team gave No. 1 Maryland all it could handle, jumping out to an early 3-1 lead and keeping the hosts’ potent offense at bay. But the Terrapins broke through for seven goals in six minutes late in the half and cruised to a 15-6 victory, ending Princeton’s season in the NCAA quarterfinals.