Bella Alarie ’20 has signed with Under Armour, the company announced, and is one of “three rookie basketball stars” to join its lineup. Alarie was drafted fifth overall in the 2020 WNBA draft by the Dallas Wings.
An athletics department spokesperson confirmed to The Daily Princetonian that there are no plans to eliminate any of Princeton’s varsity sports teams. Brown and Dartmouth recently announced the elimination of multiple varsity rosters.
At a webinar attended by over 700 Princeton student-athletes via Zoom, athletics director Mollie Marcoux Samaan announced that the Ivy League would not allow any fall athletic competition.
Senior captain and quarterback Kevin Davidson will sign with the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent, NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero reported Saturday night.
Princeton’s Senior Bella Alarie was selected by the Dallas Wings on Friday night with the fifth pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft. Alarie, a three-time Ivy League Player of the Year, is the second Princeton player ever selected in the WNBA Draft.
Princeton University Campus Recreation recently released information regarding intramural e-sports, which offers students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to engage in friendly virtual competition in a variety of games on PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and even mobile devices.
We write with the hope that this opportunity is not yet lost. We write with the hope that the University will align itself with the NCAA and reconsider its decision.
Princeton University will not allow student-athletes who withdraw this spring to preserve an extra year of eligibility, Athletic Director Mollie Marcoux announced in an email on Thursday to spring sport athletes.
The life of a Division I athlete is one of rigor and routine. Preseason. Competition season. Postseason. Repeat. The goal of a Division I athlete is to be game-ready, race-ready, match-ready by the time the season’s first whistle blows — and to be even better by the time the season’s last buzzer sounds. Two tweets in 25 hours and 18 minutes upended the rhythms, the lifestyles, and the dreams of 20 teams.
The NCAA will extend an extra year of eligibility to spring sport athletes whose seasons were cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Division I Coordination Committee announced Monday night.
The Ivy League Presidents announced on March 11 that all Ivy League athletic events through the remainder of the academic year will be cancelled due to further developments in the outbreak of COVID-19.
The Ivy League Presidents made the decision to cancel the men’s and women’s basketball tournament.
The Prince Sports Editors outline the Princeton Athletics events over the weekend. Women’s basketball beats Cornell and Columbia. Men’s basketball wins against Columbia but loses to Cornell. Men’s volleyball loses to NJIT. Men’s hockey beats Dartmouth. Men’s lacrosse beats Rutgers. Michael Sowers and Stephanie Neatby are honored as players of the week.
The No. 6 Princeton women's hockey team won their first ECAC title in program history after defeating No. 1 Cornell 3–2 in overtime. Senior goalie Stephanie Neatby shutout Cornell after the Big Red had scored two goals, and sophomore defender Mariah Keopple scored the winning goal. The Tigers have secured an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
Should they sweep this weekend’s games, the team will emerge as the ECAC Tournament Champion for the first time in school history.
The Tigers defeated ODU 4–3 and nationally ranked MTSU 4–1. They head to Penn State on Friday and back to Jadwin Gymnasium for Sunday’s matches against William and Mary and NJIT.
For Rutgers and no. 3 Princeton men’s lacrosse, it’s been a close two years. On March 10, 2018, the Tigers claimed a 15–14 overtime victory on Sherrerd Field. On March 9, 2019, they fell 9–8 in Piscataway, New Jersey. This weekend, they will face the Scarlet Knights on Sherrerd Field again.