Tigers Get a Warm Sendoff to Spring Break

BY JAY GREENBERG Hate to burst the, uh, bubble of any Tigers who, during the team’s first practice inside on Friday morning decided they could easily become accustomed to 72-degree windless comfort. They should not. The new dome will be up only from December to May.  And even if there had been a spot for the ... More

We Don’t Throw This Around Lightly: A Pro Team Will Suffer No Regrets

BY JAY GREENBERG As close to the vest as Chad Kanoff delivered the ball, talent evaluators from 13 teams left Princeton Friday afternoon without dropping a hint as to his prospects of playing in the NFL, but the whistle of tight spirals piercing the silence of the mesmerized spectators inside the all-weather bubble ... More

BUSHNELL CUP WINNER CHAD KANOFF POSTS STRONG PRO DAY SHOWING INSIDE POWERS FIELD BUBBLE

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here NFL scouts paid plenty of attention to Princeton quarterback Chad Kanoff during his record-smashing 2017 season, when he broke the Princeton career record for passing yards with 7,510 and claimed the program's 11th Bushnell Cup. Those scouts got an ... More

FIVE QUESTIONS FOR PRINCETON FOOTBALL ON THE EVE OF SPRING PRACTICES

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here The 12-session spring practice schedule opens Tuesday, March 6, for the Princeton football team, which is looking to bounce back from an injury-plagued season that ended in disappointing fashion. The Tigers will practice through April 7, which is set to ... More

To Open Some Holes, Tigers Have Three Big Ones to Fill

BY JAY GREENBERG The 2017 Princeton defense, which had only one starter in the back seven returning from a stifling championship unit, was well on its way to filling every hole when two key linebackers and a seemingly-impossible 10 defensive linemen were lost for the season. As a 5-1 start faded to a 5-5 finish, ... More

PRINCETON ANNOUNCES NEW OPPONENTS, FINALE, ALUMNI WEEKEND OPPONENT IN 2018 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here In two years, the tradition of Princeton Football will be honored during the 150th year of College Football, a celebration that will include a November 2019 game in Yankee Stadium against Dartmouth College. As for the upcoming 2018 season, there are ... More

You Don’t Have to Take It Just from Surace: This is a Bumper Crop

BY JAY GREENBERG Whether a recruit is rated four stars, three stars or two stars, Princeton’s coaching staff is looking only for dual stars in the classroom and the football field.  So if 247Sports, a credible source in ever-uncertain projections of the promise of 18-year old football players, is reporting ... More

Victor Prato ’15, Former Tiger Lineman, Awarded Purple Heart

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Victor Prato '15, a former member of the Princeton football team and the University ROTC program, was recently awarded the Purple Heart after suffering injuries as leader of his platoon in Kandahar, Afghanistan, where a suicide bomber struck his convoy ... More

A Feast of Caring Connects Joe Harvey ’86 to Weequahic

  BY JAY GREENBERG The athletic budget to cover 20 programs at Weequahic High School in Newark is down to $6700 a year, stretching Joe Harvey’s commitment to t he football team well before his wallet. “Last year he bought us shoulder pads–11 sets, more than we asked for,” said Athletic Director ... More

Mitchell Sweigart, Jesper Horsted Cap Memorable Seasons With All-America Honors

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Senior offensive lineman Mitchell Sweigart and junior wide receiver Jesper Horsted played major roles in helping Princeton produce one of the premier offenses in the entire FCS. That duo was honored Dec. 15 as All-America honorees on the 2017 Phil ... More