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PU Women’s Hockey Falters Late at Yale; Loss Snaps 11-Year ECACH Playoff Streak

For the Princeton University women’s hockey team, the task last weekend was clear. If the Tigers won their games at Brown and Yale, they would clinch eighth place in the…

Losing Defensive All-Americans to Graduation, Princeton Men’s Lax Will Need Offense to Shine

  They were a trio of stars who not only formed the backbone of the defense for the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team but also helped the proud program make…

Learning Lessons From Disappointing 2012 Season, PU Women’s Lax Primed for Return to Postseason

While missing out on postseason play last spring left the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team with an empty feeling, Chris Sailer believes the experience gave her players a fuller appreciation…

Tiger Women’s Squash Falters at Howe Cup Tourney; But Positives Outweigh Minuses in Ivy Title Campaign

Gail Ramsay could sense that there was something special about her Princeton University women’s squash team before the season even began. Taking a trip to South Africa last October, the…

Senior Rasheed Focusing on Wins, Not Milestones As PU Women’s Hoops on Track for 4th Ivy Title

Niveen Rasheed’s shot was off last weekend but that didn’t upset the senior star for the Princeton University women’s basketball team. Although Rasheed hit just 11-of-36 shots for a 30…

Sparked by Sizzling Play From Goalie Condon, Tiger Men’s Hockey Sweeps Colgate, Cornell

  Coming into last weekend’s trip north to Colgate and Cornell, the Princeton University men’s hockey team hadn’t exactly been road warriors. The Tigers went 1-7-3 in their first 11…

Hummer Moves Up PU Men’s Hoops Scoring List But Tigers See Ivy Home Winning Streak Snapped

Ian Hummer moved up two spots on the career scoring list for the Princeton University men’s basketball team last Friday as the Tigers hosted Brown. The senior forward scored 15…

Senior Standout Cooke Saving Her Best for Last As PU Women’s Hockey Fights for Playoff Spot

After scoring a total of 11 goals in her first three seasons on the Princeton University women’s hockey team, Kelly Cooke has saved her best for last. The gritty 5’1…

With Butler Igniting Late Rally in Win Over Yale, PU Women’s Hockey Gets Back on Right Track

  With the Princeton University women’s hockey team having lost six of seven games heading into exam break last month, the players needed to recharge their batteries. “I definitely think…

Connolly Provides Spark Off the Bench As Tiger Men’s Hoops Edges Columbia

On Friday night, Brendan Connolly hardly left the bench as the Princeton University men’s basketball team topped visiting Cornell 76-59. The 6’11, 255-pound senior center played one minute and had…