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Princeton OL to be first openly gay college football player

In a world that is mostly ever-changing when it comes to accepting all races, religions and sexual orientations, it’s always great to hear of a person with some kind of status stepping up and not being afraid to admit who he or she is. That is what is happening with Princeton offensive lineman Mason Darrow. According to College Football Talk, when the Princeton Tigers open their...
Via Campus Sports Net
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Quinn Epperly: Ivy League Standout making his NFL dreams a reality

Jay Fiedler, Jason Garrett and Ryan Fitzpatrick; what do all these guys have in common? All of them are quarterbacks that played in the Ivy League and made an impact in the NFL. Princeton Tigers quarterback Quinn Epperly hopes to follow in their footsteps as the next great Ivy League quarterback to make it to the NFL. Epperly, just a kid from Knoxville, Tennessee, was a tremendous...
Via Total Sports Live
March 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: President Barack Obama Is In College Park To Watch His Niece Play For Princeton In The NCAA Tournament

There are a number of huge games in the second round of this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, but President Barack Obama will be taking in a different game of hoops today. Obama’s niece Leslie Robinson plays for the undefeated Princeton Tigers, who take on Wisconsin-Green Bay in College Park in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. POTUS has...
Via College Spun
March 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Princeton’s spring game will be in Japan against a Japanese team

I’ve heard talk about college teams playing each other in spring football games instead of themselves (example: Georgia vs Clemson since they are 90 miles) but the Princeton Tigers have beaten everybody to the punch and will do so half-way across the globe. Here’s the store from The Princeton football team has made its own Powers Field a comfortable home...
Via The Student Section
January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

ECAC Hockey Wrap: Goals, but no wins for Princeton

The Princeton Tigers came into last weekend riding a scoreless streak of 210:03, already the longest in program history. Their last goal had come in a Dec. 6 game against Dartmouth in the form of a Jonathan Liau marker at 9:57 of the second period to pull them within one. The Tigers lost that game, 4-2. More […] The post ECAC Hockey Wrap: Goals, but no wins for Princeton appeared...
Via Along the Boards
January 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Princeton pulls away from Dartmouth, 67-57

Hans Brase scored 14 points and Spencer Weisz added 11 with 10 rebounds as Princeton defeated Dartmouth 67-57 on Friday night. The Tigers were trailing 18-17 late in the first half, but closed on a 14-1 surge sparked by 3-pointers from Jimmy Sherburne and Ben Hazel to grab a 31-19 lead at the break. Dartmouth pulled within eight, 45-37 at the midway mark in the second half, but...
Via AP on Fox
February 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Princeton rolls to 84-54 victory over Kean College

Spencer Weisz, Will Barrett and T.J. Bray each scored 15 points as Princeton rolled to an 84-54 victory over Division III Kean College on Sunday. Weisz scored 12 of his points in the first half as Princeton jumped to a 37-23 lead at halftime. He also had four assists, tying a career-best. Barrett finished 5 of 8 from the field, with all of his shots coming from 3-point range. Bray...
Via AP on Fox
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Princeton pulls away for 78-73 win over Rutgers

T.J. Bray, coming off a one-game suspension for discipline reasons, scored 20 of his 23 points in the second half as Princeton pulled away from Rutgers for a 78-73 win Wednesday night. Denton Koon, Hans Brase and Ben Hazel each had 14 points for the Tigers (7-1), who won their sixth straight. Princeton extended its lead to 75-45 in the central New Jersey rivalry, which started in...
Via AP on Fox
December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Princeton defeats Bucknell 66-53

Hans Brase scored 15 points with five rebounds and seven assists as Princeton defeated Bucknell 66-53 Saturday night. Brase sank three 3-pointers in the first period and went 6 of 10 from the field overall. T.J. Bray added 15 points with nine rebounds and three steals and Spencer Weisz came off the bench to score nine with three rebounds. Both teams struggled from the field throughout...
Via AP on Fox
November 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Princeton piecing it together while awaiting return of T.J. Bray

Send to KindleCredit: Keith Gary * * * Senior guard T.J. Bray has yet to see the court for Princeton after suffering an injury to his left wrist during preseason practice. While the Tigers are anxious to get the captain back to prepare for the Ivy League season, it has given third-year coach Mitch Henderson a chance to take a look at some other student-athletes playing increased...
Via College Chalktalk
November 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Princeton runs away from Rice for 70-56 win

Hans Brase scored 15 points and Princeton used runs to close the first half and open the second to take down Rice 70-56 Saturday. Marcus Jackson hit a pair of free throws to give Rice (2-3) a 23-21 lead with 7:58 left in the first half but the Owls turned the ball over on their next four possessions and Princeton closed out the half on a 15-2 run. Brase started the run with a layup...
Via AP on Fox
November 23, 2013  |  Discuss

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