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Nov.3, 2010

Vol. 111, No. 3

sports

Sports Shorts

The LENZ TENNIS CENTER, home of the men’s and women’s tennis teams, is undergoing a major reconstruction project to upgrade locker rooms, offices, meeting space, and viewing areas. Dattner Architects of New York City designed the new facility, shown in the...Read more
Receiver Trey Peacock ’11 has been a bright spot for the 1-4 Tigers.

Football falls to Brown, 17–13

Trailing Brown by four points with 31 seconds remaining and 79 yards to cover, Princeton needed a miracle — and almost got one. Quarterback Andrew Dixon ’11, who had entered the Oct. 16 game in relief of injured starter Tommy Wornham ’12, completed a short...Read more
Through Oct. 10, Kat Sharkey ’12 led Division I with 20 goals.

Field hockey takes on top teams, opens 9–2

Listen to field hockey coach Kristen Holmes-Winn on the sideline at Class of 1952 Stadium, and you will hear one word repeated again and again: “good.” Occasionally she’ll take a break to talk tactics or voice her displeasure with a call, but the...Read more
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