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December 11, 2014

Quartet of non-conference opponents fill winter break schedule

Following a disappointing 60-46 loss to St. Peter’s University (4-6 overall), men’s basketball (3-7) will turn to a full slate of winter break contests. The Tigers will face four opponents, two home and two away, before the beginning of reading period. This non-conference section of the schedule ideally provides Princeton … Read More

December 9, 2014

On Tap with … Macy Manning

The first Egyptian pyramids were constructed in the 27th century B.C. along the mighty Nile River. As recently as last month, Princeton cheerleading constructed pyramids of the human variety along the sidelines of Powers Field. For the past three years, junior Macy Manning has been a member of the … Read More

December 4, 2014

Tigers take the ice against Harvard and Dartmouth

Ivy League rivals provide tough test for men’s hockey This weekend Baker Rink will host a pair of Ivy League and Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference matchups. Men’s hockey (2-7-1 overall, 1-6 ECAC) faces No. 9 Harvard (7-1-2 overall, 3-1-2 ECAC) on Friday and Dartmouth (4-3-1, 2-3-1 ECAC) on Saturday. The … Read More

December 2, 2014

Women’s squash to take on Drexel

Following the slate of men’s games, No. 5 Princeton women’s squash (2-0) will take on local rival No.13 Drexel (0-2) Wednesday evening in Jadwin Gymnasium. This contest marks the third in a series of seven home contests. Following Drexel, this homestand will feature one more non-conference foe, George Washington, before a … Read More

December 1, 2014

Tigers finish seventh out of eight in Wooden Legacy Tournament

Men’s basketball (2-5 overall) spent Thanksgiving weekend competing in sunny Southern California. During the course of the eight-team Wooden Legacy Tournament, Princeton faced the University of Texas at El Paso (4-0) on Thanksgiving Day, falling by a score of 62-56. The following day, the Toreros of the University of San … Read More

November 23, 2014

Dartmouth outmatches Princeton on senior day

Déjà vu brought fans at Princeton Stadium back to Homecoming one month prior. On that October Saturday, Princeton football (5-5 overall, 4-3 Ivy League) faced a Crimson onslaught and emerged battered and defeated 49-7. This past Saturday, Dartmouth (8-2, 6-1) came to town and, with a similarly overwhelming performance, topped … Read More

November 20, 2014

Princeton looks for first win over Dartmouth during Surace’s tenure

Just one win stood between Princeton and sole possession of the 2013 Ivy League championship. Nothing was guaranteed — nothing ever is on game day — but one could have hardly expected Dartmouth to limit a 50-point-per-game offense to a total of just 24 points. What had been a remarkable … Read More

November 20, 2014

Swimmers focus on regaining Ivy title from Harvard

Men’s swimming: Remarkable recruiting class inspires confidence At last season’s Ivy League Championships, rival Harvard broke Princeton’s five-year streak of consecutive conference titles. A regrettable end to what had been an impressive campaign will not, however, deter this year’s squad of swimmers. “Coming off last season’s championship loss, the confidence … Read More

November 18, 2014

On Tap with Chris Perez

Junior Chris Perez won 19 matches during his rookie campaign, leading all freshmen. Since then, injuries have kept the New York native almost entirely off the mat. In anticipation of what looks to be a promising season for the Tigers, The Daily Princetonian had the opportunity to sit down … Read More

November 16, 2014

Field hockey postseason concludes against Maryland

For the second straight season, field hockey’s campaign has concluded in College Park, Md. The Tigers (8-11 overall, 6-1 Ivy League) traveled to face the No. 2 Terrapins (19-3, 7-1 Big Ten) in a rematch of an 8-1 Maryland win earlier this season. A win guaranteed an NCAA tournament quarterfinal … Read More