Men’s soccer vs. Columbia: W 2–1
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Men’s soccer vs. Columbia: W 2–1
Princeton football (5–0, 2–0 Ivy) used an offensive explosion to thrash Brown (1–4, 0–2) Saturday in Providence. The Tigers recorded 51 points and 426 yards — and that was just the first half.
When I called Ginny Beams ’90 for our first interview, I thanked her for taking the time to talk.
Princeton football’s last two wins have been characterized not by flashy offensive numbers, but by stifling defensive play. Two weeks ago, against Columbia, Princeton held the Lions to 206 yards of total offense and 10 points, and last week against Lafayette, the Tigers allowed 162 yards of offense and three points. As the Tigers (4–0, 1–0 Ivy) begin a stretch of six consecutive Ivy League games at Brown (1–3, 0–1) this Saturday, they’ll need to continue that trend.
Men’s soccer (7–3–1 overall, 0–1–1 Ivy League) returned home on Tuesday with a 3–0 win against the Lehigh Mountain Hawks (8–4–1). Goals from junior midfielder Frankie DeRosa in the 17th minute, senior forward/midfielder Danny Hampton in the 41st minute, and first-year forward Daniel Diaz Bonilla in the 83rd minute were a welcome success after a difficult game against Brown. The win also increased Princeton’s overall record against Lehigh to 32–8–1.
Princeton women’s tennis is already underway, busy preparing for another hopefully very successful season.
The Princeton men’s tennis team is back on the court, recently coming home from a strong run at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-American Championships, a national tournament featuring the best programs in college tennis. Traveling to Tulsa, Oklahoma, three Tigers — senior Payton Holden, junior Ryan Seggerman, and sophomore Karl Poling — spent much of last week battling it out against the top doubles and singles players in the country.
Former Princeton men’s basketball star Devin Cannady signed a contract with the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, the team announced on its website Tuesday night.
Playing against the Brown Bears (1–6–2 overall, 0–1–1 Ivy League) in Providence, R.I. this Saturday, men’s soccer (6–3–1, 0–1–1) faced 110 minutes of adversity. The Tigers conceded a 13th-minute goal to the lower-ranked Bears, earned four yellow cards in the span of 18 minutes, lost two starters — one to a red card, the other to injury — and suffered through an excruciating double overtime. Even senior forward Danny Hampton’s 87th-minute goal was not enough to energize the Tigers: the game ended in a 1–1 draw.
No. 8 field hockey (8–4 overall, 3–0 Ivy) put together a dominating performance to defeat Columbia (5–6, 1–2) by a score of 8–1 on Saturday afternoon at Bedford Field. The seven-goal win is the Tigers’ largest margin of victory since they defeated Brown last year 8–0.
After its first loss in Ivy play against Cornell last week, the Women’s Volleyball team (8–6, 4–1 Ivy) faced Brown (9–6, 1–3) and Yale (9–5, 4–1) this past Saturday and Sunday. The Tigers won both games, beating Brown in four sets and Yale in three.
After being the beneficiary of an overtime goal last weekend, Princeton (4–5–2, 1–2 Ivy) was defeated 1–0 by Brown (9–1–1, 3–0 Ivy) in Providence on Saturday thanks to a late goal by Brown’s freshman forward Ava Seelenfreund in its third match in Ivy League play .
Men’s soccer @ Brown: T 1–1, 2 OT
In an old school style win, Princeton football (4–0, 1–0 Ivy ) bested non-conference foe Lafayette (0–6) with a combination of suffocating defense and bruising running in a 28–3 win Friday night. The Tigers defense dominated all night, holding Lafayette quarterback Keegan Shoemaker to just 150 total yards and intercepting him twice.
Editor’s Note: In honor of the 150th season of Princeton Football, The Daily Princetonian will be re-publishing football articles from our archives. This article was originally published on Nov. 18, 2013, after Princeton beat Yale to earn its first Ivy League championship since 2006, the first of head coach Bob Surace ’90’s tenure.
Tonight, No. 19 Princeton football (3–0) will host Lafayette (0–5), where the Leopards will look to bounce back from a tough loss at home to Penn. The Tigers will look to continue their early season dominance and continue dominating their non-conference schedule, in which their record is 13–1 since 2015. In that stretch, Princeton has played Lafayette three times and won all three, scoring at least 35 points in all of those games. Princeton’s win last week continued its winning streak dating back to last season to 13 straight, the longest in program history since 17 between 1964 and 1965.
The first weekend of the Northeast Water Polo Conference was a whirlwind for the No. 18 Princeton men’s water polo team (8–9, 2–1 NWPC): a loss against Harvard, a win against Brown, and finally a win against MIT after an exciting overtime.
In its latest match this season, Princeton men’s soccer (6–3, 0–1 Ivy League) defeated Delaware (2–4–3) by a score of 3–0. The game marked two significant milestones: first-year forward Spencer Fleurant’s first career two-goal game and first-year forward Daniel Diaz Bonilla’s first career goal.
Princeton men’s cross country’s first-year and varsity starters participated in their season opener on Saturday, tearing up the eight-kilometer course at the Paul Short Invitational at Lehigh University. In a race of over 600 competitors, all 15 of Princeton’s runners ranked in the top 50; the Tigers put seven in the top 10. Only 43 seconds separated the Tigers’ first and 15th finisher.
Four minutes and four seconds remained in then-No. 12 Field Hockey’s (7–4 overall, 2–0 Ivy League) game against then-No. 2 Duke. The score stood at 4–4.