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Cole Smith had 476 passing yards against Brown on Saturday, the second-most in a single game in Princeton football history. 
Photo by Greg Fiume / GoPrincetonTigers.com

Offensive stars have career days in Princeton’s shootout win against Brown

In their first away Ivy League contest of the season, the Tigers beat the Brown Bears 56–42 in Providence in an exciting game with over 1,000 yards of combined total offense between the two teams. 

In their first away Ivy League contest of the season, the Tigers beat the Brown Bears 56–42 in Providence in an exciting game with over 1,000 yards of combined total offense between the two teams. 

SPORTS | 1 day ago

Beth Yeager in a game against UConn.
Ryan Samson / GoPrincetonTigers

Weekend recap: Women’s volleyball wins 10th straight, field hockey shuts out Dartmouth

Staff writers Julia Ngyuen and Nolan Musslewhite and Head Sports Editor Tom Salotti recap the Tigers wins and losses from the weekend.

Staff writers Julia Ngyuen and Nolan Musslewhite and Head Sports Editor Tom Salotti recap the Tigers wins and losses from the weekend. 

SPORTS | October 10

Juniors Yurian Quinones (left) and Keller Maloney (right) scored in Saturday's home game against Harvard.
Nicole Maloney / GoPrincetonTigers

Men’s water polo goes 2-1 in conference openers against Harvard, Brown, MIT

Men’s water polo ended their eight-game winning streak with a disappointing 10–8 loss to No. 15 Harvard Crimson on Saturday, but bounced back with a 12–8 win against Brown that evening and a 15–5 victory over MIT on Sunday.

Men’s water polo ended their eight-game winning streak with a disappointing 10–8 loss to No. 15 Harvard Crimson on Saturday, but bounced back with a 12–8 win against Brown that evening and a 15–5 victory over MIT on Sunday.

SPORTS | October 4

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Tigers and Lions face off during a fourth-quarter drive that ended in Princeton’s third touchdown of the game.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Football beats Columbia 24–7 in first Ivy League game

In their first Ivy League game of the season, the Princeton Tigers outlasted the Columbia Lions in a physical and attritional contest on Powers Field, winning by a score of 24–7. The victory brings the Tigers’ record to 3–0 on the year.

In their first Ivy League game of the season, the Princeton Tigers outlasted the Columbia Lions in a physical and attritional contest on Powers Field, winning by a score of 24–7. The victory brings the Tigers’ record to 3–0 on the year.

SPORTS | October 3

Beth Yeager in a game against UConn.
Ryan Samson / GoPrincetonTigers

Goals from Popper and Yeager lead field hockey to two weekend wins

Junior midfielder Sammy Popper scored twice as the Tigers took down visiting Yale in an Ivy League showdown. First-year midfielder Elizabeth Yeager came away with two goals in a victory against 16th-ranked UCONN the next day.

Junior midfielder Sammy Popper scored twice as the Tigers took down visiting Yale in an Ivy League showdown. First-year midfielder Elizabeth Yeager came away with two goals in a victory against 16th-ranked UCONN the next day.

SPORTS | October 3

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

Football crushes Stetson, Women’s soccer shuts out Yale: The Weekend Recap

Staff writers Nolan Musselewhite and Julia Nguyen, as well as Head Editor Tom Salotti, recap the Tigers’ wins and losses this weekend.

Staff writers Nolan Musselewhite and Julia Nguyen, as well as Head Editor Tom Salotti, recap the Tigers’ wins and losses this weekend. 

SPORTS | September 27

Brad Snyder before the 2012 Paralympic Games in London.

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Brad Snyder, Ph.D. candidate at Princeton, wins Paralympic gold medal in Tokyo

Brad Snyder, a PhD in Public Affairs candidate at Princeton who was blinded in 2011 while serving as a Navy lieutenant, won gold last night in the triathlon at the Tokyo Paralympics.

Brad Snyder, a PhD in Public Affairs candidate at Princeton who was blinded in 2011 while serving as a Navy lieutenant, won gold last night in the triathlon at the Tokyo Paralympics.

SPORTS | August 28

Ed Trippas ’22 (left) and Sondre Guttormsen ’23 (right) each competed in the Tokyo Olympics.
Courtesy of Beverly Schafer (left) / GoPrincetonTigers.com and Kristin Guttormsen (right)

After competing in Tokyo, Trippas ’22 and Guttormsen ’23 look ahead to season

Two members of the Princeton men’s track and field team represented their home countries in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Ed Trippas, a rising senior, competed for Australia in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. Sondre Guttormsen, a rising junior, competed for Norway in pole vault. Neither athlete advanced to the finals, but both are set to return to campus this fall.

Two members of the Princeton men’s track and field team represented their home countries in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Ed Trippas, a rising senior, competed for Australia in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. Sondre Guttormsen, a rising junior, competed for Norway in pole vault. Neither athlete advanced to the finals, but both are set to return to campus this fall.

SPORTS | August 20