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No.8 Quincy Monday at the match against Columbia on Saturday. 
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Sports Recap: Men's track sets new school records, basketball defeats Dartmouth, MIH defeats Cornell, MVB wins their first game

Head Sports Editor Julia Nguyen runs through the Tigers’ wins and losses from the week. Basketball remains undefeated, men’s track and field sets two new records, WIH loses to No. 9 Harvard, MVB wins their first game of the season, WRE secures opening Ivy win. 

Head Sports Editor Julia Nguyen runs through the Tigers’ wins and losses from the week. Basketball remains undefeated, men’s track and field sets two new records, WIH loses to No. 9 Harvard, MVB wins their first game of the season, WRE secures opening Ivy win. 


Princeton fought No. 1 Quinnipiac for the opening half of the first period before the Bobcats scored three times within four minutes to build a 3-0 lead and never looked back.
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Sports Recap: Basketball remains undefeated in the Ivy League, track and field compete in first meet, MIH defeated by No. 1 Quinnipac

Head Sports Editor Julia Nguyen runs through the Tigers’ wins and losses from the week. Basketball continues its winning streak, track competes in their first meet of the season against Navy, and WIH take on Union and St. Lawrence.

Head Sports Editor Julia Nguyen runs through the Tigers’ wins and losses from the week. Basketball continues its winning streak, track competes in their first meet of the season against Navy, and WIH take on Union and St. Lawrence.


The men’s basketball team celebrates after Matt Allocco secures the win against Cornell for the Tigers.
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Sports Recap: Basketball sweeps the league, WIH splits, WRE suffers tough home opener

Head Sports Editors Sreesha Ghosh and Julia Nguyen break down the Tigers’ wins and losses this past week: basketball secures wins in the league, WIH battles against Long Island and Clarkson, and Wrestling takes on North Carolina. 

Head Sports Editors Sreesha Ghosh and Julia Nguyen break down the Tigers’ wins and losses this past week: basketball secures wins in the league, WIH battles against Long Island and Clarkson, and Wrestling takes on North Carolina. 


The women's soccer team meets in a quick circle before starting the second half of their game against Yale Saturday night. The score was still 0–0 at this point.
Natalia Maidique / The Daily Princetonian

Weekend recap: Women’s soccer advances, basketball teams start strong, XC runners make nationals

Staff writer Julia Nguyen runs through the Tigers’ wins and losses from the weekend, including exciting action in hockey, basketball, soccer, and cross country.

Staff writer Julia Nguyen runs through the Tigers’ wins and losses from the weekend, including exciting action in hockey, basketball, soccer, and cross country. 


The soccer team huddles before the start of the OT period against Yale.
Julia Nguyen / The Daily Princetonian.

Men’s soccer beats Yale in OT, securing perfect Ivy League record for the second time in program history

Following some controversial calls and a lot of physical aggression, junior midfielder Mateo Godoy scored the golden goal of the game six minutes into overtime against Yale. The Tigers will be continuing onto the postseason, soon to compete in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. 

Following some controversial calls and a lot of physical aggression, junior midfielder Mateo Godoy scored the golden goal of the game six minutes into overtime against Yale. The Tigers will be continuing onto the postseason, soon to compete in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. 


Junior Hannah Davey during a game against Cornell this season.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Field hockey beats Columbia 5–1 in season’s final game

Despite not winning the Ivy League title this year, the field hockey team managed to end this season on a high note. The Tigers dominated Bedford Field against the Columbia Lions this past Saturday, winning 5–1 to close out their season.  

Despite not winning the Ivy League title this year, the field hockey team managed to end this season on a high note. The Tigers dominated Bedford Field against the Columbia Lions this past Saturday, winning 5–1 to close out their season.  


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