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Staff Picks: Men’s Lacrosse vs Penn

Associate Sports editor Hayk Yengibaryan ’26, Sports contributor Suthi Navaratnam-Tomayko ’26, and Sports contributor Lily Pampolina ’27 made their predictions for this weekend’s Ivy League contest.

Associate Sports editor Hayk Yengibaryan ’26, Sports contributor Suthi Navaratnam-Tomayko ’26, and Sports contributor Lily Pampolina ’27 made their predictions for this weekend’s Ivy League contest.


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Princeton men’s lacrosse secures a narrow Tuesday night win over Lehigh

In yet another rainy game on Sherrerd Field, the Tigers emerged victorious, downing Lehigh 12-10. Despite being down two goals at halftime, Princeton gave up just three second-half goals to give them the edge in a back-and-forth game.

In yet another rainy game on Sherrerd Field, the Tigers emerged victorious, downing Lehigh 12-10. Despite being down two goals at halftime, Princeton gave up just three second-half goals to give them the edge in a back-and-forth game.


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Sophomore star Pietra Tordin shines on the international stage

Not many individuals can say that they’ve scored goals for two of the world’s most prestigious soccer programs. In February, just 19 years old, Pietra Tordin accomplished that feat. The Daily Princetonian sat down with Pietra to discuss her time at Princeton and her future as a national team soccer player.

Not many individuals can say that they’ve scored goals for two of the world’s most prestigious soccer programs. In February, just 19 years old, Pietra Tordin accomplished that feat. The Daily Princetonian sat down with Pietra to discuss her time at Princeton and her future as a national team soccer player.


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Coulter Mackesy reaches 100 goals as No. 17 Princeton men’s lacrosse downs No. 14 Harvard

Fresh off a last second loss to Cornell last weekend, Princeton lacrosse got back in the win column with a vital victory over conference rival Harvard.

Fresh off a last second loss to Cornell last weekend, Princeton lacrosse got back in the win column with a vital victory over conference rival Harvard.


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Staff Picks: Women’s Basketball vs. West Virginia

Head Sports Editor Diego Uribe ’26, Assistant Sports Editor Alex Beverton Smith ’26, Sports contributor Lily Pampolina ’27, and Sports contributor Lucas Denault ’27 made their predictions for this weekend’s March Madness contest. 

Head Sports Editor Diego Uribe ’26, Assistant Sports Editor Alex Beverton Smith ’26, Sports contributor Lily Pampolina ’27, and Sports contributor Lucas Denault ’27 made their predictions for this weekend’s March Madness contest. 


Five Princeton players gather to celebrate after a goal in the rain versus the University of North Carolina.

No. 15 men's lacrosse takes down No. 18 North Carolina, downed by No. 1 Duke

Princeton's gritty performance against the Tar Heels earned them a vital win against a ranked opponent, though their subsequent loss to the No. 1 Blue Devils shows that there is a long way to go for this Tigers team.

Princeton's gritty performance against the Tar Heels earned them a vital win against a ranked opponent, though their subsequent loss to the No. 1 Blue Devils shows that there is a long way to go for this Tigers team.


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The Garden State Rivalry: No. 23 women’s lacrosse wins their home opener against No. 22 Rutgers

In a meeting of New Jersey rivals, No. 23 Princeton women’s lacrosse beat out No. 22 Rutgers 13–10 in the season home opener. Led by attackers Jami MacDonald and McKenzie Blake, who scored three goals each, the Tigers saw out Rutgers in fairly comfortable fashion.

In a meeting of New Jersey rivals, No. 23 Princeton women’s lacrosse beat out No. 22 Rutgers 13–10 in the season home opener. Led by attackers Jami MacDonald and McKenzie Blake, who scored three goals each, the Tigers saw out Rutgers in fairly comfortable fashion.


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Strong defensive showing propels No. 11 Princeton men’s lacrosse past Manhattan

Following two out-of-conference games against unranked opponents, the Tigers’ next five games will be against ranked opponents. The difficult stretch of games will include road games at No. 4 ranked Maryland and No. 2 ranked Duke.

Following two out-of-conference games against unranked opponents, the Tigers’ next five games will be against ranked opponents. The difficult stretch of games will include road games at No. 4 ranked Maryland and No. 2 ranked Duke.


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