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Tiger Women’s Hockey Endures Rough Weekend, Will Need to Show Toughness on Trip to Minnesota

It didn’t take long for things to go awry when the Princeton University women’s hockey team hosted No. 8 Clarkson last Friday. The Tigers yielded a goal 29 seconds into…

PU Field Hockey Saved Its Best for Last; Taking Winding Path to NCAA Quarters

While the Princeton University field hockey team had a bull’s eye on its back this fall as defending national champions, the players didn’t view that as a burden. “They are…

Tiger Football Routs Yale on Senior Day, Earning Ivy Crown, 2nd Straight Bonfire

Prior to the kickoff against visiting Yale last Saturday in their final home game, the 20 seniors on the Princeton University football team were introduced one by one to the…

Sparked by Dynamic Play From Freshman Smith, PU Women’s Hoops Tops Marist in Home Opener

Vanessa Smith experienced some jitters as she made her debut for the Princeton University women’s basketball team when it played at Rutgers in its season opener earlier this month. The…

With Captain Laing Providing Energy, Production, PU Women’s Hockey Unbeaten in Last 5 Games

For Denna Laing, serving as the captain of the Princeton University women’s ice hockey team for a second year is proving to be a pleasure. “It definitely makes a difference…

Senior Star Ammon Comes Through in Clutch, Helping PU Men’s Hockey Rally Past Dartmouth

Having lost six straight games and trailing Dartmouth 3-0 in the first period last Friday, it would have been easy for the Princeton University men’s hockey to get discouraged. But…

Showing Toughness in Pulling Out 38-26 Win at Penn, Princeton Football Remains Undefeated in Ivy Play

Connor Kelley hasn’t forgotten how much it stung when the Princeton University football team was crushed 52-10 by Penn in 2010 as the Quakers rolled to the Ivy League title.…

Princeton Field Hockey Tops Penn for Ivy Crown; Will Begin NCAA Title Defense Against Penn State

While the outright Ivy League title was up for grabs as the Princeton University field hockey team played at Penn last Saturday, the Tigers maintained their business-as-usual approach coming into…

With Veterans Sherburne, Koon Providing Balance, Tiger Men’s Hoops Defeats Florida A&M in Opener

After more than a month of preseason practices, the wait was over for the Princeton University men’s basketball team as it hosted Florida A&M last Sunday to tip off the…

Princeton Men’s Hockey Mired in Slump; But Confident It Can Turn Things Around

Hosting defending national champion Yale last Friday, the Princeton University men’s hockey team dug an early hole. The Tigers yielded two unanswered goals in the first period and trailed 5-1…