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Sparked by Larkin’s Play at Both Ends of the Field, PU Women’s Soccer Ties Dartmouth, Stays Atop Ivies

Natalie Larkin acknowledges that moving up to college soccer has been intimidating at times. “I think the physicality is something you don’t really see at the club level,” said Larkin,…

Copeland Shows Finishing Touch With 2 Goals; But PU Field Hockey Falls to Syracuse in 2OT

The weekend started off on a shocking note for the Princeton University field hockey team. Heading north to upper Manhattan on Friday evening, the Tigers fell 3-2 at Columbia, their…

Late Rally Falls Short for Princeton Men’s Soccer As It Suffers OT Loss to Dartmouth in Ivy Opener

At around 6:15 on Saturday evening at Roberts Stadium, the players on the Princeton University men’s soccer team stood around glumly with heads bowed in unison as they listed to head…

Nelson’s Kickoff Return TD Starts the Fireworks As Princeton Football Blasts Davidson 56-17

Dre Nelson was determined to give the Princeton University football team a spark as it hosted Davidson last Saturday, looking to bounce back from an opening day loss to the…

Showing Strength of Character, Young Talent, PU Women’s Soccer Edges Yale in Ivy Opener

As the Princeton University women’s soccer team headed into its Ivy League opener last Saturday at Yale, things weren’t going well. The Tigers were coming off a Virginia swing which…

Princeton Football Drops Opener at San Diego, Needs Sharper Execution as It Hosts Davidson

With the Princeton University football team having lost the season opener in each of his four years at the helm of the program, Bob Surace sensed that things would be…

Senior Porter Showing Finishing Touch As PU Men’s Soccer Rounds Into Form

While the Princeton University men’s soccer team had trouble keeping the ball against 13th-ranked Georgetown last Wednesday, Tiger forward Cameron Porter made the most out of the limited possession. Late…

Displaying Scoring Balance, Stifling Defense, PU Men’s Water Polo Produces Superb 8-1 Start

Things started on a down note for the Princeton University men’s water polo team as it competed in its first full weekend of Southern Division action. The Tigers fell 10-9…

After Producing Ivy Title Campaign Last Fall, Tiger Football Focused on Self-Improvement

In 2013, the Princeton University football team answered the question of whether it was ready to compete for an Ivy League title in resounding fashion. Overpowering its foes by scoring…

After Thriving in Move to Linebacker for PU Football, Senior Co-Captain Zeuli Primed for Memorable Finale

After playing defensive back in his first two seasons with the Princeton University football team, Mike Zeuli was switched to linebacker last fall. It didn’t take long for Zeuli to…