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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. 


Senior quarterback Cole Smith drops back to pass in Princeton's matchup against Harvard.
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Princeton football traveling to Ithaca to take on Cornell this Friday

The last time the Tigers met the Big Red in 2019, they defeated Cornell 21–7. On Friday, they will be looking to do it again, extending their undefeated streak to 7–0.

The last time the Tigers met the Big Red in 2019, they defeated Cornell 21–7. On Friday, they will be looking to do it again, extending their undefeated streak to 7–0.


The football team prepares to enter the field in their game against Stetson.
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Football focused on details ahead of Ivy League opener against Columbia

The last time the Tigers and the Lions met, Princeton beat Columbia 21–10. The Tigers’ offense offense has scored an average of 47.5 points per game and the defense hasn’t allowed a single point so far this season.

The last time the Tigers and the Lions met, Princeton beat Columbia 21–10. The Tigers’ offense offense has scored an average of 47.5 points per game and the defense hasn’t allowed a single point so far this season.


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Senior student-athletes speak out on the Ivy League’s most recent decisions

The ‘Prince’ reached out to over 190 senior student-athletes for commentary on the Ivy League’s two most recent decisions, specifically the approval of temporary graduate eligibility and the cancellation of spring competitions.

The ‘Prince’ reached out to over 190 senior student-athletes for commentary on the Ivy League’s two most recent decisions, specifically the approval of temporary graduate eligibility and the cancellation of spring competitions.


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