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Oct. 5, 2011

Vol. 112, No. 2


Men’s soccer shoots for Ivy title repeat

Men’s soccer standouts Antoine Hoppenot ’12 and Mark ­Linnville ’13 first crossed paths in September 2008. Hoppenot, a speedy freshman forward and Princeton native, was making his debut in the team’s first game at Roberts Stadium, while Linnville, a ...Read more
Rachel Neufeld ’12, center, and the Tigers are learning to play without four All-America honorees who have taken leave from the University to pursue their Olympic dreams.

With stars on leave, field hockey faces new set of challenges

In the fall of 2009, the Princeton field hockey team made its deepest post­season run in eight years, reaching the national semifinals before losing by two goals to then-unbeaten Maryland. With a squad led by sophomores and freshmen, the Tigers seemed...Read more

Sport Shorts

MEN’S WATER POLO opened its season with a 5–0 weekend at the Princeton Invitational Sept. 9–11. Freshman Kayj Shannon, above, scored two fourth-period goals in an 8–6 win over Santa Clara, televised nationally on ESPNU. Shannon finished the weekend with a...Read more
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