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The women’s soccer team, pictured here, advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament last weekend.
Natalia Maidique / The Daily Princetonian

Women’s soccer knocked out of NCAA tournament in overtime loss to TCU, 3–2

Friday’s loss ends the season for the Tigers, who had won 10 out of their last 11 games and earned an NCAA tournament berth after coming in second in the Ivy League.

Friday’s loss ends the season for the Tigers, who had won 10 out of their last 11 games and earned an NCAA tournament berth after coming in second in the Ivy League.


Princeton Head Coach Bob Surace ‘90 looks at the bench after the officials eject the Tigers’ senior defensive back Trevor Forbes in the third quarter.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian 

Dartmouth dominates Princeton 31-7, dealing significant blow to Tigers’ Ivy title hopes

The Ivy League-leading #16 Princeton Tigers made the six-hour drive up to Hanover, New Hampshire to take on the Dartmouth Big Green on a frigid Friday night for a matchup that would have a significant impact on the teams’ Ivy League title aspirations. The path to the title got more difficult for the Tigers on Friday, as Dartmouth defeated them 31–7.

The Ivy League-leading #16 Princeton Tigers made the six-hour drive up to Hanover, New Hampshire to take on the Dartmouth Big Green on a frigid Friday night for a matchup that would have a significant impact on the teams’ Ivy League title aspirations. The path to the title got more difficult for the Tigers on Friday, as Dartmouth defeated them 31–7.


Senior linebacker Jeremiah Tyler had a 36-yard fumble return for a TD in Princeton's 34-16 win over Cornell.
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Princeton football cruises to 34–16 downpour win in Ithaca, remains undefeated

On Friday night, the Princeton Tigers traveled to Ithaca to take on the Cornell Big Red for a critical conference matchup. The Tigers came into the game just six days removed from a controversial homecoming win over the then 17th-ranked Harvard Crimson, which saw them emerge victorious after five overtimes by a score of 18–16. 

On Friday night, the Princeton Tigers traveled to Ithaca to take on the Cornell Big Red for a critical conference matchup. The Tigers came into the game just six days removed from a controversial homecoming win over the then 17th-ranked Harvard Crimson, which saw them emerge victorious after five overtimes by a score of 18–16. 


Cole Smith had 476 passing yards against Brown on Saturday, the second-most in a single game in Princeton football history. 
Photo by Greg Fiume / GoPrincetonTigers.com

Offensive stars have career days in Princeton’s shootout win against Brown

In their first away Ivy League contest of the season, the Tigers beat the Brown Bears 56–42 in Providence in an exciting game with over 1,000 yards of combined total offense between the two teams. 

In their first away Ivy League contest of the season, the Tigers beat the Brown Bears 56–42 in Providence in an exciting game with over 1,000 yards of combined total offense between the two teams. 


Tigers and Lions face off during a fourth-quarter drive that ended in Princeton’s third touchdown of the game.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

Football beats Columbia 24–7 in first Ivy League game

In their first Ivy League game of the season, the Princeton Tigers outlasted the Columbia Lions in a physical and attritional contest on Powers Field, winning by a score of 24–7. The victory brings the Tigers’ record to 3–0 on the year.

In their first Ivy League game of the season, the Princeton Tigers outlasted the Columbia Lions in a physical and attritional contest on Powers Field, winning by a score of 24–7. The victory brings the Tigers’ record to 3–0 on the year.


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