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Apr.4, 2012

Vol. 112, No. 10

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Ivy League Player of the Year Niveen Rasheed ’13 scored 20 points, but that was not enough to beat Kansas State in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Tigers suffer third-time loss in opener of NCAA tournment

Published in the Apr.4, 2012, issue

It was a history-making season for the women’s basketball team. Princeton dominated the Ivy League with a 14–0 conference record — the first Ivy team to go undefeated in league play twice in three years — and earned a ninth seed in the NCAA Tournament, the...Read more
George Parros ’03, left, who plays right wing for the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks, brawls with a Florida Panthers player in February.

EXTRA POINT: Another day at the ice fights for Princeton NHL players

Published in the Apr.4, 2012, issue

I really ought to like professional hockey. It is a lightning-fast sport, requiring tremendous skill and stamina. But the fights that seem to break out in virtually every NHL game make me squirm with embarrassment. The New York Times’ three-part series on...Read more

Sports Shorts

Published in the Apr.4, 2012, issue

MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING won a fourth-straight Ivy League championship (above, team celebrates with a dip in DeNunzio Pool) at home March 1–3. Jon Christensen ’12 won all three individual events in which he competed, setting an Ivy League record in...Read more
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