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Jan. 13, 2010

Vol. 110, No. 7

From left, coach Guy Gadowsky and seniors Cam MacIntyre and Zane Kalemba all played junior hockey to prepare for their collegiate careers.

In men’s hockey, ‘juniors’ play major role

Published in the Jan. 13, 2010, issue

Mike Condon ’13 had not been at Princeton long before he heard the same joke numerous times: “You’re a freshman hockey player?” people would ask. “How old are you? 21?” For the record, Condon, a goalie, is only 19, having come to Princeton directly from...Read more
Kaitlyn Perrelle ’10, center, and goalkeeper Jennifer King ’11 led Princeton’s defense against Maryland.

Field hockey challenges Maryland

Princeton’s Final Four rally falls short

Published in the Jan. 13, 2010, issue

In the semifinal round of the NCAA tournament Nov. 20, the Princeton field hockey team put forth a valiant effort against top-seeded Maryland, but the Tigers came up just short, losing 7–5 to the Terrapins.   Princeton fought back from a 4–1 deficit and tied...Read more

Water polo places third in NCAA

Published in the Jan. 13, 2010, issue

“Play to prove you belong.” That was the advice men’s water polo coach Luis Nicolao gave his team before the NCAA consolation match Dec. 6. The Tigers, who advanced to the Final Four after claiming the Eastern Championship two weeks prior with a stunning...Read more
The women’s cross country team celebrates its 2009 Ivy Championship, the fourth for its seniors, in front row, from left, Reilly Kiernan, Alexa Glencer, and Liz Costello.

Fab five: Women’s cross country shines again at national meet

Published in the Jan. 13, 2010, issue

For the second consecutive season, Princeton women’s cross country was among the nation’s top five teams at the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, Ind. The Tigers placed fifth at the Nov. 23 meet, and co-captain Liz Costello ’10 finished 20th individually,...Read more
Devin Muntz '10

Men’s soccer reaches ­postseason

Published in the Jan. 13, 2010, issue

For the first time since 2001, Princeton men’s soccer earned a spot in the NCAA Championships, receiving an at-large bid after finishing the regular season with a seven-game unbeaten streak.   Princeton (9–6–3) won four of its last five games in the highly...Read more

Sports Shorts

Published in the Jan. 13, 2010, issue

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL forward Niveen Rasheed ’13 led Princeton in scoring and rebounding as the Tigers opened the season 7–2, their best start since 1995–96. Princeton averaged 72 points per game in its first nine contests. With consecutive wins against...Read more
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