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The women's soccer team meets in a quick circle before starting the second half of their game against Yale Saturday night. The score was still 0–0 at this point.
Natalia Maidique / The Daily Princetonian

Weekend recap: Women’s soccer advances, basketball teams start strong, XC runners make nationals

Staff writer Julia Nguyen runs through the Tigers’ wins and losses from the weekend, including exciting action in hockey, basketball, soccer, and cross country.

Staff writer Julia Nguyen runs through the Tigers’ wins and losses from the weekend, including exciting action in hockey, basketball, soccer, and cross country. 

SPORTS | November 15

Amelia Koblentz '25, the women’s ice hockey team manager and announcer. 
Photo courtesy of Amelia Koblentz

History in the making: On Tap with women’s ice hockey announcer Amelia Koblentz ’25

The Daily Princetonian caught up with first-year women’s ice hockey team manager and announcer Amelia Koblentz to discuss the announcing process, women in sports, and how to succeed in a male-dominated profession. 

The Daily Princetonian caught up with first-year women’s ice hockey team manager and announcer Amelia Koblentz to discuss the announcing process, women in sports, and how to succeed in a male-dominated profession.  

SPORTS | November 15

The soccer team huddles before the start of the OT period against Yale.
Julia Nguyen / The Daily Princetonian.

Men’s soccer beats Yale in OT, securing perfect Ivy League record for the second time in program history

Following some controversial calls and a lot of physical aggression, junior midfielder Mateo Godoy scored the golden goal of the game six minutes into overtime against Yale. The Tigers will be continuing onto the postseason, soon to compete in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. 

Following some controversial calls and a lot of physical aggression, junior midfielder Mateo Godoy scored the golden goal of the game six minutes into overtime against Yale. The Tigers will be continuing onto the postseason, soon to compete in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. 

SPORTS | November 14

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Senior running back Trey Gray rounds the corner early in the second half, finding a lane that would take him to the end zone for Princeton's fourth touchdown of the night.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton secures bonfire, remains in first-place tie in Ivy League

Princeton secured the important win with a final score of 35–20, maintaining its top spot in the conference alongside Dartmouth and clinching a bonfire for the campus community. “Tonight was an incredibly emotional game,” said head coach Bob Surace.

Princeton secured the important win with a final score of 35–20, maintaining its top spot in the conference alongside Dartmouth and clinching a bonfire for the campus community. “Tonight was an incredibly emotional game,” said head coach Bob Surace.

SPORTS | November 14

Junior Hannah Davey during a game against Cornell this season.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Field hockey beats Columbia 5–1 in season’s final game

Despite not winning the Ivy League title this year, the field hockey team managed to end this season on a high note. The Tigers dominated Bedford Field against the Columbia Lions this past Saturday, winning 5–1 to close out their season.  

Despite not winning the Ivy League title this year, the field hockey team managed to end this season on a high note. The Tigers dominated Bedford Field against the Columbia Lions this past Saturday, winning 5–1 to close out their season.  

SPORTS | November 8

The Tigers celebrate their win against Penn.
Greg Carroccia / GoPrincetonTigers

Women’s soccer defeats Penn in season finale, earns spot in NCAA tournament

Junior midfielder Marissa Hart scored the lone goal of the game at the Tigers beat Penn 1–0 to wrap up their season. Today, the Tigers were selected to compete in the NCAA tournament and will play Vermont in the first round.

Junior midfielder Marissa Hart scored the lone goal of the game at the Tigers beat Penn 1–0 to wrap up their season. Today, the Tigers were selected to compete in the NCAA tournament and will play Vermont in the first round.

SPORTS | November 8