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Man in a black Princeton jersey dribbles basketball at Jadwin Gymnasium.

March Madness star Tosan Evbuomwan ’23 to make NBA debut for the Memphis Grizzlies

Former Princeton basketball forward Tosan Evbuomwan ’23 has been signed to a 10-day contract with the Memphis Grizzlies due to their roster being plagued by injuries. He looks to make his first-ever NBA appearance.

Former Princeton basketball forward Tosan Evbuomwan ’23 has been signed to a 10-day contract with the Memphis Grizzlies due to their roster being plagued by injuries. He looks to make his first-ever NBA appearance.


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Lee shines once again as the men’s basketball team opens Ivy League play with a dominant victory against the Crimson

With his 33 point, eight rebounds, and seven assists, sophomore guard Xaivian Lee officially launched his Ivy League Player of the Year campaign against the Crimson.

With his 33 point, eight rebounds, and seven assists, sophomore guard Xaivian Lee officially launched his Ivy League Player of the Year campaign against the Crimson.


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Demystifying athletic recruitment at Princeton

Through conversations with athletes and a recruiting coach, the Daily Princetonian analyzed athletic recruitment and the competition for roster spots, highlighting the role of the school and team in attracting athletes, as well as the impact of changes to rules in recent years.

Through conversations with athletes and a recruiting coach, the Daily Princetonian analyzed athletic recruitment and the competition for roster spots, highlighting the role of the school and team in attracting athletes, as well as the impact of changes to rules in recent years.


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Another competitive 5 v. 5 intramural basketball season in the books

“After weeks of grinding and studying in East Pyne and Firestone, there’s nothing like fighting between the lines,” sophomore Braden Lalin told the Daily Princetonian after his team, the Travelers, emerged victorious from the championship game of this year’s 5 v. 5 intramural basketball season. 

“After weeks of grinding and studying in East Pyne and Firestone, there’s nothing like fighting between the lines,” sophomore Braden Lalin told the Daily Princetonian after his team, the Travelers, emerged victorious from the championship game of this year’s 5v5 intramural basketball season. 


A male Princeton basketball player (14) with a ball in his hands ready to shoot surrounded by three men in white jerseys.

Jersey’s best? Men’s basketball upsets Rutgers in season opener

The men’s basketball team kicked off their 2023–24 campaign with an upset win over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Monday night at the first annual Deborah Heart and Lung Center Jersey Jam. Senior guard Matt Allocco led the way with 21 points and nine rebounds, earning him the game’s MVP award.

The men’s basketball team kicked off their 2023–24 campaign with an upset win over the Rutgers Scarlet Knights on Monday night at the first annual Deborah Heart and Lung Center Jersey Jam. Senior guard Matt Allocco led the way with 21 points and nine rebounds, earning him the game’s MVP award.


On the left, a photo of a woman running, her eyes focused on a soccer ball. On the right, a photo of a man dribbling a basketball in a Canada jersey.

Halftime: Where Princeton student athletes spend their summer

When athletes spread out for the summer, they go in a variety of directions. Some play their sport in a new setting, while others pursue other opportunities. The Daily Princetonian spoke to two athletes about their summer internships.

When athletes spread out for the summer, they go in a variety of directions. Some play their sport in a new setting, while others pursue other opportunities. The Daily Princetonian spoke to two athletes about their summer internships.


Senior forward Liz Agatucci on the Princeton women's field hockey team getting past a Delaware defender en route to a goal.

This week in Princeton Athletics

It was an eventful week for the Tigers. We saw first place finishes, overtime losses, and a nearly historic afternoon for women’s rugby. Read for an in-depth breakdown of how it all played out and what’s to come for our fall sports.

It was an eventful week for the Tigers. We saw first place finishes, overtime losses, and a nearly historic afternoon for Women’s rugby. Read for an in-depth breakdown of how it all played out and what’s to come for our fall sports.


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Princeton Athletics announces launch of Opendorse NIL marketplace

“I’m grateful for the opportunities now available to other athletes,” women’s soccer senior forward and social media influencer Alexis Hiltunen said. “Since the partnership, I’ve gotten a lot more exposure and a lot more [NIL] deals.” 

“I’m grateful for the opportunities now available to other athletes,” women’s soccer senior forward and social media influencer Alexis Hiltunen said. “Since the partnership, I’ve gotten a lot more exposure and a lot more [NIL] deals.” 


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