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Tiger Men’s Golfer Prchal Earns Ivy Crown, Continuing His Growth Into a Star Performer

Playing in the Ivy League Championship in 2013 as a freshman, Quinn Prchal got off to an inauspicious start. “I was six-over for the first six holes,” said Prchal. “I…

Tiger Men’s Heavyweight Rowing Shows Depth, Winning Team Title at Sprints as It Girds for IRAs

In posting wins over Harvard and Brown down the stretch of the regular season, the Princeton University men’s heavyweight varsity 8 crew showed speed and a flair for drama. Against…

Tiger Women’s Open Crew 3rd at Ivy Regatta, Making Case for Shot at NCAA Championships

Lori Dauphiny knew that her Princeton University women’s open varsity 8 crew was in for a dogfight at the Ivy League championship regatta last weekend at Cooper River in Pennsauken,…

Competing Hard Against the Nation’s Elite, PU Women’s Water Polo Takes 6th at NCAAs

After cruising to a 12-2 win over Wagner in an NCAA play-in game on May 2, the ninth-ranked Princeton University women’s water polo team was primed to see how it…

After Showing Consistent Improvement All Season, PU Men’s Lightweight Crew Geared Up for Sprints

For Marty Crotty, it has been a pleasure to coach his Princeton University men’s lightweight varsity 8 this spring. “They have had a lot of consistency in terms of improvement,”…

Displaying Its Prowess at Both Ends of the Field, Tiger Women’s Lax Advances to NCAA Quarters

In putting together a six-game winning streak heading into the start of NCAA tournament last weekend, the Princeton University women’s lacrosse had demonstrated that it could excel at both ends…

PU Women’s Lax Defeats Penn in Ivy Title Game, Playing Its Best Heading Into NCAA Tournament

For the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team, its final game at Class of 1952 Stadium last season turned into a nightmare. Facing Penn in the 2014 Ivy League tournament championship…

MVP Hompe Provided Energy, Finishing Touch As Tiger Women’s Lax Rolled in Ivy Tourney

Olivia Hompe was initially feeling out of rhythm last Friday evening as the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team battled Harvard in the Ivy League tournament semifinals. “Early in the first…

Princeton Men’s Lax Falls to Yale in Ivy Title Game, Then Dealt Another Setback as Denied Bid to NCAAs

For Chris Bates, the prayer that talks about one having the serenity to accept things that can’t be changed and having the courage to change things that he can has…

Taking Major Step in Quest for National Relevance, PU Men’s Tennis in NCAAs for 1st Time Since 1998

In taking the helm of the Princeton University men’s tennis team three years ago, Billy Pate realized that he was becoming part of something special. “When I interviewed for the…