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BY REBECCAH BARGER Head Athletic Trainer Charlie Thompson and Director of Athletic Medicine Dr. Margot Putukian stood on the sideline at Goodman Stadium. It was the second game of the season for Princeton, the third for Lehigh. Both teams had failed to impress, and the Tigers needed a win to launch their 2009 season into the right groove. Junior Jordan Culbreath, who rushed for 1...
The 2016 Ivy League champion Princeton women's hockey closes out the regular season with back-to-back home weekends. This weekend will be exciting at Hobey Baker Rink as the Tigers take on No. 5 Clarkson on Friday at 7 p.m, and St. Lawrence on Saturday, at 4 p.m. Saturday will be Denna Laing Day as the team honors its former captain.
One day from the start of his regular season opener, and there is an excitement from Luis Nicolao that few likely anticipated for 2016.
The Tigers will host the Princeton Invitational this weekend (Feb. 12-14). The other teams in the Invite are: Harvard, Bucknell, Iona, Wagner, Villanova, Cal-Lutheran and Cal Baptist.
Today, the Tigers answer the question: if you were in trouble and had just one phone call, which teammate would you call?
Coming off an exciting victory over longtime rival Penn, the Tigers surged through the first two matches of Ivy League play, winning key matchups against the Harvard and Brown wrestling teams. Their performance brought the Tigers to 3-0 in Ivy League play. Princeton rounded out a successful week by landing a decisive victory against Sacred Heart on Sunday. The wins didn’t come...
In 2000, 2001, 2010 and 2012, the Princeton men’s and women’s fencing teams swept both Ivy League titles. This year, they’ve done it again. Both squads will be able to hoist conference crowns after excellent performances in the Ivy League round-robins this past weekend. The men’s squad (19-6, 4-1 Ivy League) started the two-day competition slowly, dropping a 15-12 match against...
Princeton men’s lacrosse opened 2016 practice on Monday, February 1. But for the first two sessions, not a single lacrosse stick was involved. READ MORE: Tiger Blog: Wednesday, February 3: bit.ly/1K9EVh4
The Tigers closed out their regular seasons on a strong note this weekend, as both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams topped Columbia at home. The men’s team (7-0, 7-0 Ivy), defeated the Lions (4-6, 3-4 Ivy) 180-112 to cap off a string of dominant performances. After dominating Harvard and Yale in the 200 medley relays last weekend, the foursome of senior Jack...
Princeton Men's Basketball kept pace in the Ivy League race with an 83-62 win over Harvard in Jadwin Gym on #ESPNU. Steven Cook had a season-high 21 points to lead all scorers as Princeton shot nearly 52% from the field and canned 12 3-pointers en route to its ninth straight home victory.
Princeton Men's Basketball's Spencer Weisz, Mike Washington, Amir Bell and Devin Cannady - and the Tiger - made sure campus knows that Princeton is playing Harvard tomorrow night on ESPNU with free pizza, free t-shirts (first 250 students) and a chance for one student to win $1,000.
The Princeton men’s wrestling team faced a busy intersession weekend as they competed in three meets over two days. On Saturday, the Tigers, coming off a narrow defeat to Binghamton University, hosted Franklin and Marshall and Ivy League rival Penn. Princeton scored a decisive 35-6 victory over Franklin and Marshall; though the Diplomats won the first two matches in the 133 and...
This past Friday and Saturday, the men’s tennis team travelled to the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York for the Ivy-Big Ten Challenge. Princeton, ranked No. 34, competed against unranked Michigan and No. 64 University of Iowa. The Tigers split the matches, losing 7-0 to the Wolverines and clinching a 6-1 victory over the Hawkeyes to conclude the Big Ten Challenge...
Princeton, playing for the first time since Jan. 9, scored the first 13 points of the game, led by 20 at the half and rolled past Brown, 72-53, Friday night at Jadwin Gym. Michelle Miller led the Tigers with 21 points – nine of which came in the first 2:57 – while Annie Tarakchian turned in her second straight 17 rebound performance.
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