Jeremiah Tyler ’21, MaryKate Neff ’21, Camren Fischer ’23

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Linebacker JEREMIAH TYLER ’21 led Princeton football in tackles in back-to-back wins over Harvard and Cornell Oct. 26 and Nov. 1. He also made six tackles in Princeton’s 27-10 loss to Dartmouth at Yankee Stadium Nov. 9, which snapped the Tigers’ 17-game winning streak (read more at Through eight games, Tyler led all Ivy players in tackles for losses (13). 

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MARYKATE NEFF ’21 scored the most important goal of the Ivy League season for Princeton field hockey, redirecting Sammy Popper ’23’s shot into the cage in the fourth quarter to give the Tigers a 3–2 edge over Harvard Oct. 26. The Tigers also won the following week against Cornell, 3–0, to secure the league’s bid to the NCAA Tournament and completed a perfect 7–0 Ivy season with a 3–1 win at Penn Nov. 9.

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CAMREN FISCHER ’23 finished fifth in the Ivy Heptagonal Men’s Cross Country Championships at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx Nov. 1, leading a trio of Princeton runners in the top 10. The Tigers placed third in a tight team race, eight points behind champion Penn. On the women’s side, Princeton finished fourth in the team standings, led by Melia Chittenden ’21, who placed sixth.