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The football team prepares to enter the field in their game against Stetson.
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Football focused on details ahead of Ivy League opener against Columbia

The last time the Tigers and the Lions met, Princeton beat Columbia 21–10. The Tigers’ offense offense has scored an average of 47.5 points per game and the defense hasn’t allowed a single point so far this season.

The last time the Tigers and the Lions met, Princeton beat Columbia 21–10. The Tigers’ offense offense has scored an average of 47.5 points per game and the defense hasn’t allowed a single point so far this season.

SPORTS | September 29

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Track and field, softball, crew to compete this weekend

Following the recent advancement to Phase IV, the final stage of the Ivy League’s four-phase plan, Princeton Athletics has released an updated spring competition schedule that includes softball games, track meets, and rowing competitions. This weekend, teams will compete for the first time since the pandemic shuttered Ivy League athletics in March 2020.

Following the recent advancement to Phase IV, the final stage of the Ivy League’s four-phase plan, Princeton Athletics has released an updated spring competition schedule that includes softball games, track meets, and rowing competitions. This weekend, teams will compete for the first time since the pandemic shuttered Ivy League athletics in March 2020.

SPORTS | April 23

Anna Durak (left) and teammate Macey Mannion (right) on the beach in Virginia. 
Photo courtesy of Anna Durak

‘Creating our competitive identity’: Women’s swimming and diving sets eyes on the fall

Coming off a dominant win at the Ivy League championships in 2020, the Princeton women’s swim and dive team was looking forward to defending their title in 2021. Instead, COVID-19 forced the cancellation of the entire season. Now back on track, the team looks forward to next season to try and remain on top. 

Coming off a dominant win at the Ivy League championships in 2020, the Princeton women’s swim and dive team was looking forward to defending their title in 2021. Instead, COVID-19 forced the cancellation of the entire season. Now back on track, the team looks forward to next season to try and remain on top. 

SPORTS | April 20

The women’s hockey team after their win against Yale on Senior Day.
Photo Credit: Owen Tedford / The Daily Princetonian

Women’s hockey begins ‘second season’ against Quinnipiac in ECAC Quarterfinals

The Bobcats left their mark in Princeton’s record books in 2017 when they defeated the Tigers 3–2 in triple OT of game one in the ECAC Quarterfinals, the longest game in Tiger history. Since then, however, Princeton has dominated them, snuffing that 2017 team by winning the next two in the series, and then winning five of the six meetings since.

SPORTS | 02/27/2020

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