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By the Numbers: A Week in Princeton Athletics

Check out By the Numbers: A Week in Princeton Athletics. We broke down three Ivy League titles in men’s and women’s fencing and men’s squash as well as the recent women’s basketball win.

Check out By the Numbers: A Week in Princeton Athletics. We broke down three Ivy League titles in men’s and women’s fencing and men’s squash as well as the recent women’s basketball win.

SPORTS | February 16

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March Madness star Tosan Evbuomwan ’23 to make NBA debut for the Memphis Grizzlies

Former Princeton basketball forward Tosan Evbuomwan ’23 has been signed to a 10-day contract with the Memphis Grizzlies due to their roster being plagued by injuries. He looks to make his first-ever NBA appearance.

Former Princeton basketball forward Tosan Evbuomwan ’23 has been signed to a 10-day contract with the Memphis Grizzlies due to their roster being plagued by injuries. He looks to make his first-ever NBA appearance.

SPORTS | January 31

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Women’s basketball breaks back into top 25 after Ivy play dominance

Following a 5–0 start to Ivy League conference play, and winning by an average of 28.0 points, Princeton is back in the top 25 for the first time since early December.

Following a 5–0 start to Ivy League conference play and winning by an average of 28.0 points, Princeton is back in the top 25 for the first time since early December.

SPORTS | January 31

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At Princeton and beyond, hockey discusses neck guard mandates in wake of deadly accident in England

The tragic death of Adam Johnson during an EIHL professional ice hockey game has sparked concerned discussions on the safety of the sport across the entire hockey community, and on Princeton's campus.

The tragic death of Adam Johnson during an EIHL professional ice hockey game has sparked concerned discussions on the safety of the sport across the entire hockey community, and on Princeton's campus.

SPORTS | January 2

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Women’s basketball ranked No. 25 in latest AP Poll, men’s team continues to receive points

Women’s basketball is ranked for the first time since November 2022, when they were ranked No. 24 in the 2022–23 preseason AP Poll.

Women's basketball is ranked for the first time since November of 2022, when they were ranked No. 24 in the 2022–23 preseason AP Poll.

SPORTS | November 27

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‘A dream job for me’: Joe Dubuque named new head coach of the wrestling program

Dubuque, a two-time national champion from Indiana University and former New Jersey state champion, will be the 11th head coach in program history. 

Dubuque, a two time national champion from Indiana University and former New Jersey state champion, will be the 11th head coach in program history. 

SPORTS | September 20

Pat Glory directs his celebratory screams toward his head coach Chris Ayers and the crowd after securing a spot in the 2023 NCAA wrestling title match.

After 17 seasons at the helm of Princeton wrestling, Head Coach Chris Ayres is heading to Stanford

After 17 years at the helm of Princeton wrestling, Chris Ayers is heading west to lead the Stanford wrestling program as its new head coach. Ayers is credited by many as the man who put Princeton wrestling on the map. During his tenure, Ayers has produced All-Ivy wrestlers, All-Americans, and a National Champion. His legacy will not soon be forgotten.

After 17 years at the helm of Princeton wrestling, Chris Ayers is heading west to lead the Stanford wrestling program as its new head coach. Ayers is credited by many as the man who put Princeton wrestling on the map. During his tenure, Ayers has produced All-Ivy wrestlers, All-Americans, and a National Champion. His legacy will not soon be forgotten.

SPORTS | September 12

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Princeton basketball legend James Mastaglio ’98 passes away

Mastaglio “lived in a way that was a good way to be, he did not seem to worry,” men’s basketball coach Mitch Henderson ’98 said to the Daily Princetonian. “Just sort of one of those guys where you’d say ‘Stags is the best.’” 

Mastaglio “lived in a way that was a good way to be, he did not seem to worry,” men’s basketball coach Mitch Henderson ’98 said to the Daily Princetonian. “Just sort of one of those guys where you’d say ‘Stags is the best.’”

SPORTS | August 9