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With MacDonald Catching Fire for PU Men’s Lax, Tigers Rally to Beat Hofstra, Gird for No. 7 Hopkin

Coming into its season opener Saturday against visiting Hofstra, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team was looking to its highly touted offense to set the tone. But it was an…

Tiger Men’s Hoops Squanders 1st Half Lead, Faltering Down the Stretch in Loss to Harvard

Pete Miller’s performance mirrored how things went for the Princeton University men’s basketball team as it hosted Harvard last Saturday. In the first half, the freshman forward scored five points…

Tiger Men’s Hockey Has Rough Senior Weekend But Two-Time Captain Berger Relishes PU Career

Jack Berger got his final weekend of action at Baker Rink for the Princeton University men’s hockey team off to a good start. The senior star forward and team captain…

With Seniors Showing a Special Sense of Urgency, PU Men’s Lax Hoping to Achieve Tournament Goals

Over the last two years, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team has been on the verge of adding to the program’s storied tradition of postseason success. The Tigers have advanced…

Keeping Focus on Daily Improvement, PU Women’s Lax Primed for Big Spring

If the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team can stay in the present, it could have a bright future. “The kids are really focused on everyday; they are playing well and…

Sizzling Dietrick Produces Back-to-Back Career Nights, Leading PU Women’s Hoops to Sweep of Brown, Yale

Blake Dietrick misfired when the Princeton University women’s basketball team lost to Harvard last month. The junior guard hit just 3-of-15 shots as the Tigers fell 78-68 to the Crimson,…

Squandering Good Start on Senior Day, PU Women’s Hockey Falls 5-3 to Yale

For the Princeton University women’s hockey team, its annual Senior Day regular season home finale got off to a good start as the Tigers hosted Yale last Saturday. After the…

Former NFL Player Morey Plans to Be Quick Study In Taking Helm of Struggling PU Sprint Football Team

Sean Morey spent a few hours last Saturday evening cleaning the carpet in the Princeton University sprint football office in the B level at Jadwin Gym. As the former Brown…

With Freshmen Duo of Weisz, Cook Coming Up Big, Tiger Men’s Hoops Tops Cornell to Get 1st Ivy Win

On Friday evening, the Princeton University men’s basketball team squandered a 13-point first half lead in losing 53-52 to Columbia, seeing its prospects for an Ivy League title take a…

After Desultory Effort in 7-1 Defeat to St. Lawrence, PU Men’s Hockey Shows Fight in 4-3 Loss to Clarkson

While it has been a rough winter for the Princeton University men’s hockey team as it has sunk to the cellar of the ECAC Hockey standings, the Tigers may have…