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Drawing Motivation From Last Season’s Bad Finish, PU Men’s Hoops Excited to Start 2013-14 Campaign

Last season ended with a thud for the Princeton University men’s basketball team as it fell to Yale and Brown on the final regular season weekend to fall out of…

Reloading in the Wake of Heavy Graduation Losses, Tiger Women’s Hoops Primed for Another Title Run

It was a quartet that took the Princeton University women’s basketball program to new heights. The squad’s Class of 2013 — two-time Ivy League Player of the year Niveen Rasheed,…

Defenseman Alleva Provides Energy, Production As PU Women’s Hockey Splits With Cornell, Colgate

When the Princeton University women’s hockey team fell behind visiting No. 3 Cornell 5-0 in the first period last Friday at Baker Rink, it looked like the Tigers were in…

After Posting Epic 51-48 3 OT Win at Harvard, Ivy Co-Leader PU Football Aims to Stifle Cornell

Christopher Eisgruber is a busy guy these days as he settles into his new role as the president of Princeton University. But last Saturday afternoon, he took the time to…

PU Men’s Hockey Gets Off to Promising Start As Senior-Laden Team Shows Poise, Resilience

With the Princeton University men’s hockey deadlocked 2-2 with Dartmouth in overtime last Friday in the season opener, Tiger forward Tucker Brockett found the puck on his stick in the…

With Freshmen Providing Depth, Production, PU Women’s Hockey Opens on Encouraging Note

Coming into the opening weekend of the season, Jeff Kampersal believed that the arrival of seven freshmen to the program would make a difference for his Princeton University women’s ice…

Achieving Greatness in Lacrosse and Soccer, Hayes Entering PHS Athletics Hall of Fame

Whitney Hayes focused on soccer as a grade schooler but he found a new sporting love by middle school. “I played soccer a lot as a kid,” said Hayes. “In…

PU Men’s Hockey Opening Season at the Rock; Determined to Get Rolling in the Right Direction

Coming into the 2013-14 campaign, the Princeton University men’s hockey team is in search of consistency. Last winter, the Tigers went 10-16-5 overall, showing flashes of good play but then…

PU Football Rallies for 39-17 Victory at Brown, Now Heading to Harvard for Battle of Ivy Leaders

When the Princeton University football team fell behind 17-0 at Brown in the first half last Saturday evening, some of its veteran players could have started feeling an uncomfortable sense…

Downey Breaks Through With Game Winner As PU Women’s Soccer Rallies to Beat Lehigh

After missing most of her 2012 season with the Princeton University women’s soccer due to a knee injury, Melissa Downey has been out of sorts this fall. Coming into last…