Current Issue

Apr.2, 2008

Vol. 108, No. 11

sports

Sports Shorts

Published in the Apr.2, 2008, issue

Center Zach Finley ’10, above, led MEN’S BASKETBALL with 13 points, but the Tigers fell to Penn, 60–47, in their season finale March 11. Princeton beat Columbia March 7 to snap a 9-game losing streak before losing its last two games to Ivy-champion Cornell...Read more
Red Sox executives Mike Hazen ’98, left, and Jonathan Gilula ’98 spoke on the field during spring training in March.

Behind the scenes in Boston

Hazen ’98 and Gilula ’98 help to keep the Red Sox in top form

Published in the Apr.2, 2008, issue

You’ll have to forgive Mike Hazen ’98 for missing his 10th reunion this spring. As the director of player development for the Boston Red Sox, Hazen oversees the organization’s minor-league system and plays a key role in the team’s preparations for Major...Read more
Mark Kovler ‘09, No. 17, scored four goals against Virginia March 8.

Role reversal

Defense, surprisingly, hampers men’s lacrosse

Published in the Apr.2, 2008, issue

The Princeton men’s lacrosse team saw its offense and defense undergo a surprising role reversal in the season’s first three games. The Tigers scored more goals in a 14–9 loss to Johns Hopkins March 1 and a 12–10 loss to the University of Virginia March 8...Read more
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