Jack Rogers

Associate Sports Editor

April 14, 2014

Sports Shorts: McLean, Ratcliffe and Oliver establish new school records

McLean sets school record, men’s team places second at quad meet Sitting out most of its best distance runners, Princeton track and field won nine events, but lost to Monmouth University 76-73. Senior triple jumper Damon McLean recorded the most impressive result of the day, getting out to 16.11 meters … Read More

April 7, 2014

Tiger track and field athletes excel on East and West Coast

Bendtsen, Udland Shine at Stanford Invitational The men’s track and field team took some of its brightest talent out west for the Stanford Invitational, and the Tigers did not disappoint in the Golden State. Seniors Chris Bendtsen and Tyler Udland highlighted Princeton’s performance, as the two distance runners surpassed the … Read More

March 31, 2014

Sports Shorts: Ratcliffe earns nation’s top mark with hammer throw, men heavy and lightweights earn victories

Ratcliffe Shines at Monmouth Season Opener Sophomore Julia Ratcliffe is the new NCAA leader in the hammer throw for the spring season, as she threw 66.31 m (217-6.50 ft) this past weekend at the Monmouth Season Opener in West Long Branch, N.J. The throw catapulted Ratcliffe from the fourth best … Read More

March 30, 2014

Penn State gets revenge against men’s volleyball in straight set win

With a striking 8-1 March record heading into this past weekend, the men’s volleyball team suffered its second loss since February 21st and picked up its ninth win to close out the month. The Tigers (13-8 overall, 8-3 EIVA) fell on the road Friday evening to 15-time defending EIVA champion … Read More

March 27, 2014

High-scoring Tigers host Cornell in critical league match

The women’s lacrosse team (5-3, 1-1 Ivy), riding a four-game win streak, will face its third Ivy League opponent of the season on Saturday when it hosts Cornell (4-4, 1-1 Ivy) for an afternoon matchup at Sherrerd Field at the Class of 1952 Stadium. The last time the Tigers played … Read More

March 11, 2014

Around the EIVA: Princeton, Harvard and Penn State nearly inseparable at the top

While the cold weather is just starting to evaporate with the approaching spring, the heat in the gym has been high for men’s volleyball across the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association over the last several weeks. Let’s take a look at the EIVA standings. 1. Penn State (13-4 overall, 6-1 EIVA): … Read More

March 9, 2014

Ayala earns Princeton’s only automatic NCAA bid at EIWA Championships

A weekend of high hopes for the wrestling team came up short of overall expectations this weekend at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships in Philadelphia. While five of the Tigers’ 10 representatives found their way to the podium, unfortunate breaks and circumstantial matchups gave Princeton only one automatic NCAA … Read More

March 6, 2014

Wrestling seeks best EIWA tournament result in years

Two weeks ago saw the conclusion of one of the best regular seasons in the history of Princeton wrestling. Head coach Chris Ayres’ grapplers not only went 11-4 in their dual schedule, but also beat Binghamton for the first time in program history, and defeated Hofstra for the first time … Read More

March 3, 2014

Sports Shorts: Women’s water polo continues undefeated streak, softball and baseball off to slow starts

Harvard unable to get past undefeated Tigers According to the national rankings put out at the beginning of the season, Princeton’s water polo team, ranked No. 7, is the lone top-10 team on the East Coast. Compiling a perfect 11-0 record to start the season has been no cakewalk. This … Read More

March 2, 2014

Women end season with playoff loss to Cornell, men drop final regular season games

Men Drop Final Two Games of Regular Season Over the month of February, the favor of fortune was as cold to the men’s hockey team as the air outdoors, and the transition into March over the weekend was no different as the Tigers (5-24 overall, 4-18 ECAC) fell in both … Read More