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QB Michelsen Steps Into Leading Role for PU Football As Tigers Top Brown, Set Up Showdown With Harvard

Over the past two seasons, Connor Michelson has become the understudy for Quinn Epperly at quarterback on the Princeton University football team. The two seniors started last fall on equal…

Putting in Extra Work On and Off the Ice; PU Women’s Hockey Primed for Big Season

In an effort to skate past its foes this winter, the Princeton University women’s hockey team is putting in some extra time on its dry land training in its preseason…

Following in Footsteps of Fellow Oak Knoll Alums, McCarthy Coming Up Big for Princeton Field Hockey

Ryan McCarthy had the sense that she would be a good fit for the Princeton University field hockey program. “I am the third Oak Knoll player in the past few…

Paced by Lussi’s Scoring Outburst, PU Women’s Soccer Routs Brown

After leading the Princeton University women’s soccer team with 10 goals in 2013 as a freshman, Tyler Lussi found herself in a scoring drought this fall. Lussi scored only one…

Princeton Football Falls 31-30 at Colgate, Aims to Bounce Back as It Hosts Brown

Showing a distressing penchant for falling behind early in games last season even as it went 8-2, a major point of emphasis for the Princeton University football team in 2014…

Rebounding From Disappointing Loss to Dartmouth, PU Men’s Soccer Rallies for Wins over Rutgers, Brown

After suffering a heartbreaking 2-1 overtime loss to Dartmouth in its Ivy League opener on October 4, the Princeton University men’s soccer team could have felt sorry for itself. Instead,…

Overcoming Sloppy 1st Half at Columbia, Princeton Football Pulls Away to 38-6 Win

Anticipating a rainy day for its trip to Columbia last Saturday, the Princeton University football team prepared accordingly. “Since we started practice on August 24, I think we had a…

Sparked by Larkin’s Play at Both Ends of the Field, PU Women’s Soccer Ties Dartmouth, Stays Atop Ivies

Natalie Larkin acknowledges that moving up to college soccer has been intimidating at times. “I think the physicality is something you don’t really see at the club level,” said Larkin,…

Copeland Shows Finishing Touch With 2 Goals; But PU Field Hockey Falls to Syracuse in 2OT

The weekend started off on a shocking note for the Princeton University field hockey team. Heading north to upper Manhattan on Friday evening, the Tigers fell 3-2 at Columbia, their…

Late Rally Falls Short for Princeton Men’s Soccer As It Suffers OT Loss to Dartmouth in Ivy Opener

At around 6:15 on Saturday evening at Roberts Stadium, the players on the Princeton University men’s soccer team stood around glumly with heads bowed in unison as they listed to head…

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