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Men stumble; Cantlin lost for rest of way

Men's squash would have hoped to kick off the second half of its season in a better way, but a tight loss and the prospect of a season-ending injury marred the team's New England road trip this past weekend.After easily putting away hosts Williams and Dartmouth, 9-0 and 9-0, the Tigers concluded their weekend trip Sunday night at Harvard.

SPORTS | 02/02/1998

Women's hockey lacks offensive power; loses weekend games

The women's hockey team entered its two-game road trip last weekend with revenge on its mind.All Princeton ended up with, however, was a pair of losses that dropped the Tigers precariously close to the playoff fringe.After having been embarrassed in their first encounters with both Brown and Providence, the Tigers (9-10-1 overall, 6-8 Eastern College Athletic Conference, 3-5 Ivy League) hoped to have more success in Saturday and Sunday's rematches following a solid 4-0 victory over Bowdoin.Although senior goaltender Tammy Orlow was sensational, Princeton once again lacked the firepower necessary to defeat its Rhode Island rivals, falling to Brown, 3-0, and Providence, 6-4. No lightIn the weekend's initial contest, the Tigers were shut out by perennial-powerhouse Brown (12-5-3, 9-3-2, 5-2) for the second consecutive time.

SPORTS | 02/02/1998


Men's volleyball struggles against western foes, drops two of three

LOS ANGELES ? For a trip that is usually a whirlwind of victory, family time and carousal, last week's installment of the annual men's volleyball trip to California simply flew by.The Tigers had hoped to get in some solid games before facing eastern foes, but as it turned out, their ratio of time spent on the court to that spent in the hot tub hit an all-time low.Playing the minimum nine games in three matches, No.

SPORTS | 02/01/1998

Pressley leads Tigers on defense, makes career-high seven steals against Columbia

Entering this weekend, the women's basketball team had just finished its first Ivy League weekend sweep in nearly two years, beating both Yale and Brown in mid-January.However, it seemed as though reality was bound to set in on the Tigers, who were playing back-to-back games on the road.But Princeton dominated its opposition this weekend, dispatching both Cornell and Columbia by double digits.

SPORTS | 02/01/1998

Coach to lead Chicago MLS club

Bob Bradley '80 always used to tell his Princeton players that it wasn't so important how a team looked at the beginning of the season so long as they were working to become a good team at the end of the year.This week Bradley will again have the opportunity to emphasize that philosophy to a group of players gathered together for the first time when he begins his journey as head coach of the Major League Soccer's newly formed Chicago Fire.Bradley, who stepped down two years ago as the Tigers' head coach to become an assistant with D.C.

SPORTS | 01/18/1998

Marrow's status forces Penn to forfeit five wins

When the football team met Penn on Nov. 8, it was the participation of Penn's All-Ivy defensive tackle Mitch Marrow (six tackles, three sacks, one forced fumble) that almost single-handedly secured the Quakers' 20-17 victory.Little did anyone know at the time that Marrow's participation would eventually turn that Quaker win and four others into losses.A Penn academic panel ruled last week that the 22-year-old Marrow, a 6-foot-5, 285-pound fifth-year senior with NFL aspirations, became a part-time student and ineligible under NCAA regulations after dropping one of his three courses Sept.

SPORTS | 01/08/1998

Earl nominated for award

Junior guard Brian Earl was one of 30 players recently nominated for the John R. Wooden award. The Wooden award is given annually to the top player in men's college basketball.Other players nominated for the award included North Carolina's Antawn Jamison, who Princeton held to six points in the No.

SPORTS | 01/08/1998

Beaver upsets DiMauro to claim w. squash's Constable invite title

The Tigers (3-0 overall, 2-0 Ivy League) have become a personal nemesis for Penn women's squash star Jessica DiMauro.Last season, as the defending national champion, DiMauro was upset by Princeton's Katherine Johnson '97 in the national championship final.Sunday at the Constable Invitational in Jadwin Gym, DiMauro ran into another Tiger she couldn't beat: freshman Julia Beaver.

SPORTS | 01/06/1998