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Jan.23, 2008

Vol. 108, No. 7

Kevin Kaiser ’10 assisted on one of Princeton's goals against Norte Dame Dec. 7

Shooting for consistency

Men's hockey struggles at home

Like a lit match, hopes for the men's hockey team burned brightly at the outset of the season but began to dim as the Tigers headed deeper into the season. Princeton dropped two nonconference games to sixth-ranked Notre Dame Dec. 7 and 8, falling short of...Read more

Around the Ivy League

Brown (6–5) All-Ivy guard Mark McAndrew leads the league in scoring with 16.3 points per game. The Bears, coached by Craig Robinson ’83, won at Northwestern (Nov. 24) against one of Robinson’s mentors, former Princeton coach Bill...Read more
Lincoln Gunn ’10

Early foe's frustrate men's hoops

After losing seven straight games, including six on the road or at neutral courts, the men’s basketball team returned home to play Manhattan Dec. 16, hoping to recapture some of the success it had in two early-season wins at Jadwin...Read more

Sport Shorts

With back-to-back shutouts at Union and Rensselaer Dec. 7 and 8, WOMEN’S HOCKEY improved to 7–7–2 overall and climbed to fourth place in the ECAC Hockey standings. WOMEN’S SQUASH, the defending Howe Cup champion, opened the...Read more
Meagan Cowher ’08 has climbed to fourth on Princeton's career scoring list.

Cowher ’08 finds more ways to score

Women's basketball star adds to her arsenal

Meagan Cowher ’08 lead the Ivy League in scoring last year, and she could be the top scorer in Princeton's women's basketball history by the end of this season. But when first-year head coach Courtney Banghart came to town in May, she immediately laid out an...Read more
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