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September 18, 2014

Men’s WaPo looks to extend unbeated streak along the Chesapeake

Collegiate Men’s Water Polo has long been a West Coast affair. Five of the current top 10 teams, according to the most recent Collegiate Water Polo Association poll, come from the University of California system. Four of the remaining sides make their homes along the Pacific Ocean. For the … Read More

September 11, 2014

Around the Ivies: Men’s Soccer

Marshal your firm. ’Tis the glorious season of association football, colloquially known as soccer. The Ancient Eight sides will have ample time to hone their tactics and strategy before league play starts Oct. 8. Margins are very slim between the teams, perhaps with the exception of a fairly lost Dartmouth … Read More

September 9, 2014

Sports Shorts: Women’s Volleyball and Men’s Water Polo in early-season action

Tigers drop two and win one at Temple Invitational While most of their fellow students reacquainted themselves with campus, the women’s volleyball team resumed action at nearby Temple University. Philadelphia’s Owls (6-0 overall) hosted Princeton (1-2), University of North Carolina at Charlotte (5-3) and Holy Cross (0-6). The Tigers … Read More

July 31, 2014

Top 10 Tiger tilts of fall 2014

Five Orange and Black sides topped the Ivy League last year. Julia Ratcliffe, a hammer thrower entering her junior year, topped all national competition en route to an NCAA Championship. In this upcoming year, student-athletes across 36 varsity sports will vie to build on the success of years past; to … Read More

May 11, 2014

Second-round loss to Virginia ends Princeton postseason run

No. 18/17 women’s lacrosse (12-7 overall, 6-1 Ivy League) finished its NCAA Tournament run where it began: at Virginia’s Klockner Stadium. The Tigers faced a tough test this past weekend, drawing against No. 11/8 Penn State (10-7, 3-3 Big 10) on Friday and then against No. 15/11 Virginia … Read More

May 8, 2014

Tigers travel to Charlottesville, will face Penn State in NCAA Tournament First Round

The road forward in the NCAA Tournament will not be unfamiliar for No. 17/18 women’s lacrosse (11-6 overall, 6-1 Ivy League). Round one of the national competition begins Friday, and Princeton will travel to Charlottesville, Va. to face No. 11/8 Penn State (10-7, 3-3 Big 10). After the Tigers … Read More

May 6, 2014

“A point in the horizon”

On Thursday, May 22, Princeton field hockey assistant coach David Williamson will participate in the fourth annual Unogwaja Challenge. This marks the second year Williamson will be competing in the challenge. He will be the lone participant who currently resides in the United States. The event begins in … Read More

May 4, 2014

Tigers upset by Penn in championship final, look toward NCAA selection (updated)

Updated: according to Sunday evening’s selection announcement, round one will see Princeton travel to Charlottesville,  Va. to face No. 8 Penn State. On Saturday, April 26, the Tigers fell to the Nittany Lions by a score of 13-12. The tournament game will be played on May, 9. The spectacular effort of … Read More

May 1, 2014

Tigers approach Ivy semifinals with confidence

Under the lights at the Class of 1952 Stadium’s Sherrerd Field this Friday, women’s lacrosse (10-5 overall, 6-1 Ivy League) will take on Cornell (7-8, 4-3) in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament. The Tigers hold home-field advantage in the conference postseason due to their league-best regular season record. Read More