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April 22, 2014

On Tap with Emily Hahn

After a strong freshman season, sophomore Emily Hahn played singles and doubles on the Ivy League Champion women’s tennis team. Her sport is commonly known as one of the most “mental” games. While the Tigers certainly put a lot of time into their strokes, serves and positioning, preparing … Read More

April 20, 2014

Tigers edged out by Crimson in crucial loss

A postseason bid will have to be at-large for the No. 14 Tigers (7-5 overall, 2-3 Ivy League) following a crushing 9-8 loss at No. 20 Harvard (8-5 overall, 4-1). In what was effectively a must-win game, Princeton dropped yet another close one which will most likely leave … Read More

April 17, 2014

Tigers face tough road test against Crimson

No. 14 men’s lacrosse (7-4 overall, 2-2 Ivy League) will travel north to face No. 20 Harvard (7-5, 3-1) for its penultimate regular season contest. The game, available for viewing on ESPN3 or the Ivy League Digital Network, will be played at Harvard Stadium at 1 p.m. A three-game … Read More

April 15, 2014

Updated: Marcoux ’91 to become first female director of athletics

Teddy Schleifer Gary Walters '67 greets new Director of Athletics Mollie Marcoux '91 at a reception following the press conference. Mollie Marcoux ’91 will be the new director of athletics, the University announced at a press conference on Tuesday afternoon. Marcoux will succeed … Read More

April 15, 2014

Around the Ivies: Tigers, Quakers separated by thin margin

Ben Koger Photo by Jacqueline Li Contributing Photogapher It appears likely that the women’s lacrosse regular season champion will be decided this Wednesday night on the 1952 Stadium’s Sherrerd Field. Penn and Princeton, currently one and two in the table, come into the … Read More

April 13, 2014

Final home game sees Tigers take down Big Green

Men’s lacrosse (7-4 overall, 2-2 Ivy League) did not face a significant threat from a visiting Dartmouth (1-8, 0-4). The Big Green played with the intensity of a nothing-to-lose side, but their efforts fell short in a 13-10 win for the Tigers. The home team trailed only once, as Dartmouth … Read More

April 10, 2014

Princeton outlasts Lehigh with late-game heroics, faces Dartmouth next

No. 15 men’s lacrosse (6-4 overall, 1-2 Ivy League) will play its final regular-season home game this Saturday against in-conference opponent Dartmouth (1-7, 0-3 Ivy). Barring a miraculous showing from the Big Green, the Tigers should emerge Saturday with a win. Following this upcoming contest, Princeton will go on the road … Read More