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Squandering a 22-3 Halftime Advantage, Tiger Football Falls to Lehigh in Opener

In 2012, the Princeton University football team opened its season by falling behind 17-0 to Lehigh at halftime. In the second half, the Tigers mounted a furious rally only to…

Seeing a Good Fit With His Hard-Nosed Style, PU Alum Moore Joins Bruins Organization

Espousing a philosophy centering on hard work, tenacious play, and skill, the Boston Bruins have written some inspiring chapters in the franchise’s storied history in recent years. The Bruins won…

Heading West With 6-0 Record and Ranked No. 13, PU Men’s Water Polo Excited About Its Prospects

It didn’t take long for Luis Nicolao to realize that his Princeton University men’s water polo team might be something special this year. Hosting its annual Invitational at DeNunzio Pool…

Achieving a Childhood Ambition by Playing PU Football, Senior Co-Captain Bhaya Aiming for Big Final Campaign

For Phillip Bhaya, playing for the Princeton University football team is something he envisioned doing as a grade schooler growing up in nearby Haddonfield. “I can actually remember coming here…

After Making Dramatic Progress in 2012, PU Football Primed to Take the Next Step

After spending the last three years tirelessly laying the groundwork for restructuring the Princeton University football program, Bob Surace is ready to enjoy the fruits of that labor. “In that…

With Windsor Getting First Career Goal, Princeton Men’s Soccer Tops Seton Hall

As Bryan Windsor went through practice last week for the Princeton University men’s soccer team, the Boulder, Colo. native’s thoughts were on his hometown and the deadly flooding there. “There…

Lussi Makes Striking Debut for PU Women’s Soccer; Earning Ivy Honors as Tigers Beat Richmond, Army

It didn’t take long for freshman forward Tyler Lussi to make an impact for the Princeton University women’s soccer team. Playing in the season opener last Friday night against visiting…

Junior Star Evans Shows Offensive Aggressiveness, Helping No. 3 PU Field Hockey Top Duke, Fairfield

Allison Evans and her teammates on the Princeton University field hockey team were frustrated heading into halftime last Saturday in their game against visiting Fairfield. Even though third-ranked and defending…

Tiger Men’s Soccer Opens With Loss at FDU, Hoping to Find Rhythm as It Hits Busy Stretch

Jim Barlow knew that his Princeton University men’s soccer team faced a stern test when it opened its season at Fairleigh Dickinson last Friday night. FDU brought a 2-0 record…

After Winning Program’s 1st NCAA Championship, Princeton Field Hockey Not Resting on Its Laurels

In 2011, the Princeton University field hockey team dealt with the absence of four key players who spent the year away from school training with the U.S. national program. Despite…