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Nov.17, 2010

Vol. 111, No. 4

sports
Donn Cabral ’12, center, won the men’s race with the second-fastest time in Heps history.

Cabral ’12, Banfich ’12 lead Ivy cross country sweep

Published in the Nov.17, 2010, issue

Four miles into the 5-mile men’s race at the Ivy League Heptagonal Cross Country Championships Oct. 29, Donn Cabral ’12 was feeling good about his chances. The lead runners had taken a cautious pace, giving an edge to Cabral, a track-and-field All-American...Read more
R.C. Lagomarsino ’09, above, suffered a concussion vs. Dartmouth in 2006. Dr. Margot Putukian, below, led the development of Princeton’s concussion-management plan.

Amid concerns, concussion awareness grows

Published in the Nov.17, 2010, issue

One of the most thrilling Princeton football games of the last decade was a 27–17 victory over Dartmouth in the 2006 season finale, which earned the Tigers a share of the Ivy League championship. R.C. Lagomarsino ’09 rushed for 70 yards and received a game...Read more
Tight end Harry Flaherty ’11

Tricks help Tigers compete, but Harvard prevails

Published in the Nov.17, 2010, issue

Princeton football’s Oct. 23 showdown against Harvard featured an entertaining array of trick plays, flashy runs, acrobatic interceptions, but for the Tigers, the result was frustratingly familiar: a 45–28 loss that dropped Princeton to 1–5 overall...Read more

Sports Shorts

Published in the Nov.17, 2010, issue

Josh Walburn ’11, above, scored the first of two Princeton goals as MEN’S SOCCER defeated Harvard, 2–1, at Roberts Stadium Oct. 24. The Tigers improved to 4–0 in Ivy League games and won their eighth consecutive game, the program’s longest winning streak...Read more
Kareem Maddox ’11

Men’s basketball banks on experience

Published in the Nov.17, 2010, issue

Princeton men’s basketball is prepared to take aim at an Ivy League title, returning its five top scorers from a team that won 22 games and finished second in the league behind Cornell for the second straight year. With the Big Red graduating five starters...Read more
Niveen Rasheed ’13

Women’s basketball adds talent, stays hungry

Published in the Nov.17, 2010, issue

When you’ve won 21 games in a row, any loss is bound to be a disappointment. For last year’s women’s basketball team, that loss happened to come in the biggest game of the season, a first-round NCAA tournament matchup with St. John’s. The Tigers finished...Read more
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