Miranda Hasty

Contributor

November 15, 2016

Princeton Track and Field look for Ivy League Championship

The men and women’s track and field teams are scheduled to kick off the indoor winter season on Dec. 2 at the Metro Holiday Meet in Staten Island. While the men are aiming to tackle long-time rival Cornell for the Ivy League title, the women are ready to take … Read More

November 14, 2016

Men’s and women’s cross country close out on seasons

The men’s cross country team finished in third at the 2016 Mid-Atlantic Regional at Penn State this past Friday just missing a qualifying position for the NCAA Championships. The fall season concluded after the same race on the women’s side after an eighth-place finish. The Tigers were led by freshman … Read More

November 7, 2016

Women’s soccer ends season with tie as Lussi reflects on legacy

The women’s soccer team wrapped up the 2016 fall season with a 1-1 draw against UPenn this past Saturday, November 5, at Roberts Stadium. Princeton was in the lead just seven minutes after the first whistle when senior defender Haley Chow slid and knocked in a corner kick … Read More

October 25, 2016

Club Ice Hockey launches streaking season

Over a month into the season, Princeton’s own men’s club ice hockey team has sustained an impeccable start to the season. Prior to this weekend, the team had not lost a single game after facing 10 unique opponents. Though the Tigers suffered a 2-6 defeat to TCNJ this weekend, … Read More

October 20, 2016

Women’s soccer looks to move up in the rankings with game against Harvard

After a disappointing loss against Columbia that placed it in a four-way tie for fourth place in the Ivy League, the Princeton women’s soccer team is scheduled to host long-time rival Harvard this coming Saturday. The Tigers now stand at 9-3-1 and 1-2-1 for the season and … Read More

October 9, 2016

Women’s soccer slips to Brown

The women’s soccer team suffered another disappointing blow in Ivy League play last Saturday, outscored 2-1 by Brown. The Bears scored the first goal of the match in the tenth minute after freshman goalkeeper Natalie Grossi came out of the goal to defend an offensive attack. Brown’s Jennifer … Read More

October 4, 2016

Beyond the Bubble: Brian Taylor ’84, former NBA player and educator

After a notable collegiate and professional basketball career, Brian Taylor ’84 has returned to Princeton to direct new mentorship programs between on campus groups and students from neighboring New Jersey towns.  He sat down with the Daily Princetonian to talk about his experience as a student-athlete and a professional … Read More

October 2, 2016

Women’s Soccer stomps Dartmouth in Ivy League home opener

The women’s soccer team topped Dartmouth, 2-0, in Saturday’s Ivy League home opener. The Tigers secured the game early in the game with goals from freshman forward Abby Givens and senior captain and forward Tyler Lussi. Finishing a cross along the endline from Lussi, Givens knocked the ball into the … Read More

September 25, 2016

Women’s soccer draw the Bulldogs in first Ivy League match

The women’s soccer Ivy League season opener against Yale ended in a draw this past Saturday, Sept. 24. While Princeton prevailed 3-0 in last year’s opener in Roberts Stadium, Yale capitalized on their home-field advantage this year to come back late in the second half and finish with … Read More

September 22, 2016

Soaring women’s soccer to kick off Ivy League play against Yale

In accordance with tradition, the women’s soccer team will begin its Ivy League season on Saturday against Yale at 4 p.m. in their ninth consecutive opening match. In last year’s opener against Yale, the Tigers trumped the Bulldogs 3-0, earning an all-time record of 24-12-2. As … Read More