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June 1, 2011

Vol. 111, No. 14

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Sports Shorts

Charlotte Davis ’13, left, scored three goals, including the ­game-winner, as WOMEN’S LACROSSE came from behind to beat Harvard, 12–10, in the Ivy League Tournament final May 8. The victory earned Princeton an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships and...Read more

Prier named coach of men’s hockey

When men’s hockey coach Bob Prier stepped into his new office at Princeton, he found a welcome note on the whiteboard and a handful orange-and-black neckties on the desk — gifts from his predecessor, Guy Gadowsky, who resigned April 24 to become coach...Read more
Kelly Shon ’14

Women’s golf marks 20 years

The birth of women’s golf at Princeton came with little fanfare: In July 1991, athletic director Robert Myslik ’61 sent a memo announcing that women would join the existing men’s varsity program, and a little more than two months later, the Tiger women...Read more
Sam Mulroy ’12 was 6-for-11 at the plate against Dartmouth.

Turnaround Tigers beat Dartmouth to win Ivy title

Baseball’s 2011 Ivy League Championship Series matched two teams that hardly could have been more different. On one side was Dartmouth, the two-time defending champion and preseason favorite that lived up to its billing with a 29–10 record. On the other ...Read more
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Women's golf's big step
A behind-the-scenes recounting of how the team gained varsity status at Princeton, by Carol Welsh '92 and Lisa Olson '80.