Heading into a new decade, no, 12 Princeton wrestling didn’t pump the brakes. In the past three weeks, Tiger wrestling earned NCAA Team of the Week honors for routing no. 25 Rider University 25—9 and placed fifth, the highest of any Ivy League program, at the grueling 35-team Ken Kraft Midlands Championship.
This coming weekend, the No. 7 women’s hockey team (13–4–0, 8–3–0 ECAC) returns to ECAC play when it travel up north to take on two Ivy League opponents, Dartmouth (5–7–3, 2–4–3) and No. 9 Harvard (10–4–0, 9–0–0).
In a stunning turn of events more shocking than the Dallas Cowboys coaching search, Princeton has agreed in principle to join the B1G Ten Conference, leaving their Ivy League roots behind. The move, set to occur beginning next year, will force Rutgers to play the Tigers every season.
The Daily Princetonian spoke with members of 10 varsity athletic teams about their music selection during games, warmups, practices, and in the locker room. Whether for a sport played on a field, on a court, on the ice, or in the water, each team follows its own unique traditions and must-play songs.
The illusion of social progress that has often accompanied Europe has steadily been challenged by a number of racist incidents in the arena of European soccer. Though this is not a new phenomenon (and is certainly not confined to Europe), a recent slew of fan abuse toward players of color will hopefully cause soccer institutions to finally get serious.
On Friday night, Princeton was defeated by No. 4 Cornell (11–1–1, 7–0–1) 5–1 but made a comeback the next day against Colgate, overcoming them in the third period and winning 7–5. The Tigers will play Ohio State next weekend in Las Vegas, NV.