Grand Canyon Earns Split With 3-1 Victory; Tigers Prepare For Final EIVA Sprint

The Princeton men's volleyball got a balanced offensive attack during its final match on a tough Spring Break trip, but it didn't get the defense it needed to complete a sweep of Grand Canyon. One night after pulling out a 3-2 road victory, the Tigers couldn't slow down the Antelopes' offense in a 3-1 road loss Friday night.
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WATCH: Men's Lacrosse Highlights: Princeton vs. Yale - 3/24/17

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Kauppila Leads Men's Track at Raleigh Relays

Noah Kauppila's fifth-place finish in the 1500 was the best among Tigers across the three events in which members of the Princeton men's track and field team competed at the Raleigh Relays hosted Friday by North Carolina State.
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Navy Tops Princeton, 9-5

Despite a three-hit performance from Asher Lee-Tyson, the Princeton Tigers were topped by the Navy Midshipmen, 9-5, at Max Bishop Stadium on Friday afternoon.
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Princeton Falls To Yale 16-13, McBride Reaches 100 Points

This one was quite unlike recent Princeton-Yale men's lacrosse in one way and very much like Princeton-Yale men's lacrosse in another. Actually, make that two others.
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West Coast to East Coast for Softball Team as Spring Trip Winds Down

The Princeton softball team spent most of spring break in California, and although the break isn't over yet, the Tigers will trade coasts and play four games in New York, hosted by Long Island University.
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WATCH: Women's Lacrosse Highlights: Princeton vs. Penn State - 3/21/17

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WATCH: Women’s Basketball Highlights: Princeton vs Villanova - 3/17/17

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The Latest: Notre Dame avoids upset against Princeton

The Latest on the NCAA Tournament (all times EST): 2:25 p.m. Notre Dame avoided a 12-5 upset in Buffalo, holding off Princeton - which missed a late shot for the lead - 60-58. Twelve-seeds are popular upset picks, having beaten five seeds 46 times in tournament history. The West Region game - played in Buffalo - was the first contest of the full tournament. --- 1:22 p.m. ...
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Are we witnessing a Princeton basketball renaissance?

Princeton Tigers basketball found success in the early 1950s and 60s – they even made the 1964 Final Four – but it wasn’t until the arrival of Pete Carril that the program truly found its stride. The “Princeton Offense,” as it would come to be known, brought the Tigers winning records, NCAA Tournament berths and national rankings. Princeton was exciting, innovative (for...
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