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Princeton Women’s Hoops Tops American, Entertaining the First Family in the Process

Looking at the Princeton University women’s basketball schedule, its game at American University last Sunday didn’t appear to be anything special. While American, a member of the Patriot League, went…

Getting Overwhelmed on the Line of Scrimmage, Tiger Football Falls 41-10 to Dartmouth in Finale

Coming into its season finale last Saturday against visiting Dartmouth, the Princeton University football team was looking to play the spoiler role. Entering the final weekend, Dartmouth was in second…

Princeton Men’s Water Polo Falls in CWPA Final; As Superb Campaign Ends with Disappointment

After suffering an 11-9 loss to St. Francis in the 2013 CWPA (Collegiate Water Polo Association) championship game, the Princeton University men’s water polo team seemed poised to take the…

Sophomore Cook Provides Energy in Losing Cause As Princeton Men’s Hoops Falls to Incarnate Word

With the Princeton University men’s basketball team hosting the little-known University of Incarnate Word last Saturday morning at 11 a.m., things were a little quiet at Jadwin Gym. With the…

Showing Character in Fighting Through Adversity, PU Field Hockey Rode Late Surge to Ivy Crown

Having gone 35-6 overall and 14-0 Ivy League with an NCAA title in its previous two seasons coming into 2014, the Princeton University field hockey team found itself in an…

Despite Falling to St. Lawrence, Clarkson, PU Women’s Hockey Displays Plenty of Grit

Looking at the final score, it would appear that the Princeton University women’s hockey team was overmatched when it hosted St. Lawrence last Friday. Although the Tigers dropped a 7-3…

Sophomore Star Weisz Shows Benefit of Experience As PU Men’s Hoops Rallies to Beat Rider in Opener

Spencer Weisz gained some valuable lessons last winter in his freshman campaign with the Princeton University men’s basketball team. Helping Princeton win eight of its last 10 Ivy League games…

PU Football Loses at Yale to Fall Out of Ivy Race, Aims to End on a High as It Hosts Dartmouth in Finale

Playing at the Yale Bowl last Saturday as the 100th anniversary of the venerable stadium was celebrated, the Princeton University football rolled up 29 first downs, 386 yards of total…

Junior Shanahan Comes Through in the Clutch As PU Women’s Hockey Posts Another OT Win

Cristin Shanahan saw no need for finesse when she got the chance to give the Princeton University women’s hockey team an overtime win against visiting Rensselaer last Saturday. With just…

Senior Standout Kirby Comes Up Big In Home Finale As PU Field Hockey Wins Ivy Crown, Makes NCAAs

Sydney Kirby was determined to do something special on her Senior Day for the Princeton University field hockey team as it hosted Penn last Saturday. “Senior Day is always exciting…