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Oct.21, 2009

Vol. 110, No. 3

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Curtis Jordan coached rowing at Princeton for nearly three decades. Now, the licensed pilot feels at home in the cockpit with his wife, Paige Petersen, and their dog Lola.

Air Jordan

Longtime crew coach takes flight in retirement

Published in the Oct.21, 2009, issue

For the better part of 30 years, Curtis Jordan spent his days at Lake Carnegie, coaching Princeton rowers with unprecedented success. But in the first few months since his retirement in July, he has logged more time in the air than on the water. Jordan, a...Read more
Cart Kelly ’10 returns a kick during Princeton’s Oct. 3 loss to Columbia

Two losses for football

Columbia beats Princeton; Culbreath out for the year

Published in the Oct.21, 2009, issue

By all measures, Oct. 3 was a miserable day for Princeton football. First, Columbia routed the Tigers 38–0 in their Ivy League opener — Princeton’s worst loss in its 79-game series with the Lions. Then, minutes after the final buzzer, head coach Roger Hughes...Read more
Liz Costello ’10

Women’s cross country sets high goal

Published in the Oct.21, 2009, issue

Princeton cross country star Liz Costello ’10 will have a chance to earn her third-straight individual title at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships Oct. 30, and Tiger women are favored to win their fourth consecutive Ivy team championship. But from...Read more

Sports Shorts

Published in the Oct.21, 2009, issue

Princeton FIELD HOCKEY improved to 7–1 overall and 2–0 in Ivy League play with a 5–2 victory over Yale Sept. 26. Katie Reinprecht ’12 scored three goals in the game. MEN’S WATER POLO lost to Navy, 13–7, in the final game of the ECAC Championships Sept. 20....Read more
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