Goldman Was The Best of Catches for Princeton

BY JAY GREENBERG Seemingly absurd as a 32-for-36 passing game is the truth that most receiving coaches do not teach how to catch the ball. The logic is that by age 18 you can either do it or you can’t. If somehow that basic skill got lost in the recruiting process, then the defensive backfield coach has a new, raw ... More

For Victor Prato, Giving Up Never Was an Option

BY JAY GREENBERG (Second of two parts) The suicide bomb that could have­—and probably should have—killed 1st Lt. Victor Prato on November 13, 2017 blew the doors off a 20-ton armored vehicle, sent the hood 300 meters, and ejected the lieutenant, sending his helmet plus facial and ear protections flying. ... More

PRINCETON-COLUMBIA GAME SET FOR ESPNU ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 28

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Last year's Princeton-Columbia football game was a thriller that saw a pair of lead changes over the final two minutes. If the 2018 meeting provides the same drama, a national audience will be able to enjoy every moment. The Ivy League opener for ... More

The Story of an American Hero

“Eleven-thousand paratroopers have gone to Afghanistan on nine-month tours.  Four of them were killed or critically injured and one of them was my son. What are the odds of that? And yet, another quarter of an inch and his spinal cord would have been completely severed and he never would have walked again.  If ... More

Princeton Announces Six Finalists For Roper Trophy, Honoring The Top Male Senior Athlete

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here The Princeton University Department of Athletics has named six finalists for the William Winston Roper Trophy, given annually to the top senior male athlete. The winner of the 2018 Roper Trophy will be announced at the Gary Walters '67 Princeton ... More

There is Not Just Depth in These Defensive Recruits, But Length

BY JAY GREENBERG (Third of three parts on Princeton’s Football Class of 2022) Chad Kanoff, who de-committed from Vanderbilt; Kurt Holuba, who turned down Florida State; and now Brevin White, who received a late pitch from Alabama, have served notice to the football world that Princeton is an increasingly-attr... More

White Has ‘The IT’–And That’s Hardly It for This Class

BY JAY GREENBERG Second of Three Parts on Princeton’s Football Class of 2022 Brevin White wasn’t swayed by a last-minute offer from national champion Alabama because, in his words, Princeton “checked all the boxes.” The most renowned recruit in 149 years of Old Nassau football left no blanks for Coach ... More

FOOTBALL TEAM ANNOUNCES TOP-RANKED RECRUITING CLASS IN FCS; SURACE ADDS DETAIL IN PODCAST

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here If you're a fan of Princeton football — and if you're reading this, we're guessing you are — then this probably isn't the first time you've heard about the incoming Class of 2022. A highly-touted class that started generating national buzz ... More

FOOTBALL SPRING RECAP II: BOB SURACE ON THE DEFENSE

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here PART ONE: Bob Surace On The Offense In Part 2 of the 2018 Spring Chat, head coach Bob Surace talks about the growth of the Princeton defense during the spring season. There was plenty of focus on a young defensive backfield, especially after four ... More

FOOTBALL SPRING RECAP: BOB SURACE ON THE OFFENSE

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here In the first of two video recaps of the Princeton football spring season, head coach Bob Surace looks on the development of the Princeton offense. He breaks down the growth of two of the Ivy League's top scorers last season, Charlie Volker and St... More