Eddie Owens

Associate Sports Editor

April 13, 2014

Women upend Harvard and Dartmouth 5-2, men eliminated from Ivy League contention

Women dispose of Harvard and Dartmouth, move to 5-0 in league play “These girls are on fire,” said Alicia Keys of Princeton women’s tennis, approximately. The No. 69 Tigers (16-5 overall, 5-0 Ivy League) came away with a surprisingly easy 5-2 win over No. 46 Harvard Saturday and … Read More

April 10, 2014

Ariel Hsing, women’s table tennis club team record wins at collegiate nationals

If I asked 100 Princetonians who they think is the best athlete currently enrolled, I would expect to hear a lot of the usual suspects. Senior Tom Schreiber, senior Caraun Reid, sophomore Ashleigh Johnson, perhaps even sophomore Anna Van Brummen from a few particularly informed fans. I would be … Read More

April 8, 2014

Column: A tournament to remember

This year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament was one of the best ever. That might sound like an outright lie to some people whose favorite team lost early or whose bracket showed more red than the South on election day. But let’s walk through some stats. Best is obviously a … Read More

April 6, 2014

Four team wins come for Princeton tennis against Ivy League opponents

Women come back from the brink against Yale, crush Brown Junior Lindsay Graff had been in this situation before. Last year at Dartmouth she lost in a third set tiebreaker, which gave the Big Green the win. This year she faced Madeleine Hamilton of Yale … Read More

March 30, 2014

Men drop league opener, women stay hot against Penn

Men lose first match to Penn since 2007 Princeton travelled to Penn this weekend hoping to snag an easy victory in its Ivy League opener against the only league team not ranked in the ITA top 75. What the Tigers (10-8 overall, 0-1 Ivy League) encountered was an … Read More

March 27, 2014

Softball opens league play hosting Harvard and Dartmouth

A couple season firsts are on tap for Princeton this weekend: It is the opening weekend of conference play with games against Harvard and Dartmouth, and the Tigers (5-15 overall, 0-0 Ivy League) will hopefully be playing their first games at Class of 1895 Field. The Crimson (11-11, 0-0) visit … Read More

March 25, 2014

Tigers struggle to find form in season-ending loss to Fresno State

Princeton saved its worst for last in a season-ending loss at Fresno State Monday night. The last 10 minutes saw the Tigers (21-9 overall, 8-6 Ivy League) make just three baskets on 16 tries, commit seven fouls, cough up five turnovers, allow 62.5 percent shooting and ultimately throw away … Read More

March 24, 2014

How and why college athletes can and should be reimbursed

The topic I am about to discuss has been thoroughly debated in the public sphere over the last several years, though I think I bring a slightly different perspective to the table. Many feel college athletes ought to receive compensation beyond scholarships for the contributions they make to their universities. Read More