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Princeton University athletes participate in socially-distanced practices as part of Phase I of five-phase process for return to competition. Courtesy of: @princetonathletics/Instagram.

Ivy League cancels spring athletic competitions

The Ivy League will not see athletic competition or host league championships for the entirety of the 2020-21 academic year. The announcement did state that, as stipulated in the League’s five-phase athletics plan, limited local competition may be possible later in the spring, should there be significant improvements in public health conditions.

The Ivy League will not see athletic competition or host league championships for the entirety of the 2020-21 academic year. The announcement did state that, as stipulated in the League’s five-phase athletics plan, limited local competition may be possible later in the spring, should there be significant improvements in public health conditions.

SPORTS | February 18

Julia Cunningham '23 dribbling the ball in a home game against Harvard last winter.
Beverly Schaefer / Princeton University Athletics

Women’s basketball focuses on staying united despite canceled season

We check in with sophomore Julia Cunningham as well as Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Dalila Eshe to see how women’s basketball is faring in the midst of the pandemic.

We check in with sophomore Julia Cunningham as well as Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Dalila Eshe to see how women’s basketball is faring in the midst of the pandemic. 

SPORTS | February 11

A view of Powers Field at Princeton Stadium. 
Courtesy of GoPrincetonTigers

Ivy League to allow graduate eligibility for current senior athletes

The Ivy League Council of Presidents voted to grant current senior student-athletes an extra year of competitive eligibility if they are accepted to, and enroll at, the graduate school of their current university for the 2021-2022 academic year only. With applications for 2021 admission at Princeton University already closed, it is unclear how much of an impact this new measure will have on Princeton student-athletes.

The Ivy League Council of Presidents voted to grant current senior student-athletes an extra year of competitive eligibility if they are accepted to, and enroll at, the graduate school of their current university for the 2021-2022 academic year only. With applications for 2021 admission at Princeton University already closed, it is unclear how much of an impact this new measure will have on Princeton student-athletes.

SPORTS | February 11

Jadwin Gymnasium.
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

How Princeton athletes, near and far, are feeling this spring

Now that students have moved onto campus for the spring semester, we checked in with men’s basketball senior Jerome Desrosiers, men’s volleyball junior Attila Delingat, and women’s lightweight crew junior Abby Baskind to see how student athletes are feeling about the upcoming semester.

  “Now that students have moved onto campus for the spring semester, we checked in with men’s basketball senior Jerome Desrosiers, men’s volleyball junior Attila Delingat, and women’s lightweight crew junior Abby Baskind to see how student athletes are feeling about the upcoming semester.”

SPORTS | February 9

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Princeton in the Pros: Seth DeValve ’16

Seth DeValve ’16 played college football at Princeton and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2016. Making headlines as the first white NFL player to kneel during the national anthem, he has consistently advocated for social justice off the field.

Seth DeValve ’16 played college football at Princeton and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2016. Making headlines as the first white NFL player to kneel during the national anthem, he has consistently advocated for social justice off the field.

SPORTS | February 7

James Chu ’00 at the 2019 Brooklyn Mile.
Courtesy of Ben Ko

Once a Tiger: James Chu '00

In the first ‘Once a Tiger’ profile of 2021, Features Staff Writer Ben Angarone interviews James Chu ’00, a former Princeton cross-country runner who, to this day, lives and breathes running. 

In the first ‘Once a Tiger’ profile of 2021, Features Staff Writer Ben Angarone interviews James Chu ’00, a former Princeton cross-country runner who, to this day, lives and breathes running. 

FEATURES | January 28

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Design for the new Roberts Stadium on East Campus. 
Courtesy of Princeton University Facilities.

Princeton receives approval for new soccer facilities on East Campus, near Jadwin Gymnasium

On Jan. 7, the University received approval for new soccer facilities on East Campus, which will include a new Roberts Stadium and a practice field.

On Jan. 7, the University received approval for new soccer facilities on East Campus, which will include a new Roberts Stadium and a practice field.

SPORTS | January 21

Dockx '18 at the 2020 World Series and during her time at Princeton.

Courtesy of GoPrincetonTigers.com

Princeton in the Pros: Danielle Dockx ’18

Danielle Dockx ’18 knew she wanted to go into medicine and that she wanted to work in the sports industry. However, she was told that she could only put her two passions together if she put medicine first and sports second. This wasn’t an option for Dockx. Instead, she put her passion for sports first, making it her number-one priority, and landed a job with the Tampa Bay Rays.

SPORTS | November 19