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Responding With Aplomb in Gut Check Moments, Tiger Football Rallies to 42-26 Win Over Lafayette

As the Princeton University football players arrived for work last Saturday before their game against visiting Lafayette, they were greeted by a message from Malcolm Gladwell’s newest book, David and…

PU Men’s Soccer Ties Brown 0-0, Remaining Undefeated in Ivy Play

For Jim Barlow, seeing his Princeton University men’s soccer team achieve a 0-0 draw at Brown last Saturday provoked decidedly mixed feelings. “We played really well against Brown; it was…

Making History With 2nd Straight 50-Point Effort, Princeton Football Rolls to 53-7 Rout of Columbia

Things didn’t start off well for the Princeton University football team last Saturday as it hosted Columbia in the Ivy League opener for both squads. In its first possession, Princeton…

Junior Arner Following in Family Tradition, Starring as PU Field Hockey Tops Columbia

Cassidy Arner has been around the Princeton University field hockey program for nearly half her life. As a middle schooler, she watched her older sister, Candi, a star for Princeton…

After Grounding Out 50-22 Victory at Georgetown, PU Football Primed for Ivy Opener With Columbia

In routing Georgetown 50-22 last Saturday, the Princeton University football team did something it hadn’t accomplished in nearly 13 years. It marked the first time a Tiger squad had reached…

Princeton Men’s Soccer Posts 1-1 Weekend; Needs More Urgency Heading Into Ivy Play

Hosting Florida International (FIU) on Friday and Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) two days later, the Princeton University men’s soccer got off to a slow start in both contests. On…

Failing to Capitalize on Scoring Opportunities, PU Women’s Soccer Falls to Yale in Ivy Opener

A year ago, the Princeton University women’s soccer team rallied from an early deficit to pull out a 2-1 overtime win at Yale in the Ivy League opener. The bounces…

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…