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Men finish first, women second at the Ivy League Cross Country Championships and look ahead to NCAA Regionals

The men’s cross country team finished first — and the women’s team second — at the Ivy League (Heptagonal) Championships this past Saturday. Both teams look ahead to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships on Friday, Nov. 12 for a chance to qualify for the National Championships the following weekend.

The men’s cross country team finished first — and the women’s team second — at the Ivy League (Heptagonal) Championships this past Saturday. Both teams look ahead to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional Championships on Friday, Nov. 12 for a chance to qualify for the National Championships the following weekend.

SPORTS | 11/02/2021

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Men’s soccer upsets No. 20 Cornell for 6th straight win, could clinch Ivy win next weekend

Walker Gillespie and Daniel Diaz Bonilla scored as men’s soccer took down No. 20 Cornell 2–1 on Saturday to win their 6th straight game and stay atop the Ivy League standings. The Tigers are now 5–0 and have a chance to clinch first place in the Ivy League next weekend with a win at Penn. 

Walker Gillespie and Daniel Diaz Bonilla scored as men’s soccer took down No. 20 Cornell 2–1 on Saturday to win their 6th straight game and stay atop the Ivy League standings. The Tigers are now 5–0 and have a chance to clinch first place in the Ivy League next weekend with a win at Penn. 

SPORTS | 11/01/2021

Princeton v. Cornell

Princeton football cruises to 34–16 downpour win in Ithaca, remains undefeated

On Friday night, the Princeton Tigers traveled to Ithaca to take on the Cornell Big Red for a critical conference matchup. The Tigers came into the game just six days removed from a controversial homecoming win over the then 17th-ranked Harvard Crimson, which saw them emerge victorious after five overtimes by a score of 18–16. 

On Friday night, the Princeton Tigers traveled to Ithaca to take on the Cornell Big Red for a critical conference matchup. The Tigers came into the game just six days removed from a controversial homecoming win over the then 17th-ranked Harvard Crimson, which saw them emerge victorious after five overtimes by a score of 18–16. 

SPORTS | 10/31/2021

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In Photos: Princeton wins controversial, five-overtime battle of the unbeatens against Harvard

Princeton overcame Harvard in a topsy-turvy battle against two unbeaten Ivy League teams this weekend. Relive the game through this photo essay.

Princeton overcame Harvard in a topsy-turvy battle against two unbeaten Ivy League teams this weekend. Relive the game through this photo essay.

VISUAL ESSAY | 10/27/2021

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Men’s water polo goes 3–1 this weekend in California

The men’s water polo team traveled on Friday to Santa Clara, Calif. to compete in the Julian Fraser Memorial Tournament, hoping to regain momentum after two losses earlier in the week. The Tigers — ranked No. 12 as of Oct. 20 — defeated Santa Clara University on Friday and split the following day, claiming victory over No. 19 Air Force Academy and losing to No. 10 San Jose State University. 

The men’s water polo team traveled on Friday to Santa Clara, Calif. to compete in the Julian Fraser Memorial Tournament, hoping to regain momentum after two losses earlier in the week. The Tigers — ranked No. 12 as of Oct. 20 — defeated Santa Clara University on Friday and split the following day, claiming victory over No. 19 Air Force Academy and losing to No. 10 San Jose State University. 

SPORTS | 10/26/2021

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Princeton beats Harvard in nail-biting, quintuple-overtime Homecoming game

Princeton beat Harvard 18–16 for the fourth year in a row on Saturday in the Ivy League’s first-ever quintuple overtime game that also brought some officiating controversy.

Princeton beat Harvard 18–16 for the fourth year in a row on Saturday in the Ivy League’s first-ever quintuple overtime game that also brought some officiating controversy.

SPORTS | 10/25/2021

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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 | 10/18/2021

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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 | 10/10/2021

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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 | 10/04/2021

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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 | 10/03/2021

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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 | 10/03/2021