Video: Ivy Champion Football Team Celebrates Ring Ceremony

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here While the 12 practices this spring were geared towards another championship chase this coming fall, there was one final ceremony left to honor the historic 2016 Ivy League champion Princeton football team. Following Saturday's Spring Game, members of ... More

Princeton Announces Plans To Have “Bubble” Over Powers Field Each Winter

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Beginning in 2017, the end of the football season will only be the beginning for how much Powers Field at Princeton Stadium will be used. Thanks to a $3.5 million gift from an anonymous donor, Powers Field will be covered by a climate-controlled ... More

These Were Guys With Spring in Their Steps

BY JAY GREENBERG There was no saving it on any rainy days by the Tigers, who except for the two days when threatened by lightning went about their 12 spring practices undeterred by cold, wind, rain and, when some drills were rescheduled to 6:30 am, even rose in the dark of night. “It’s going to be great to ... More

Watch: Meet Running Backs Coach Jamel Mutunga

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here Get to know new Princeton running backs coach Jamel Mutunga, who helped guide Lehigh to the sixth-ranked total offense in the FCS last season and a Patriot League championship. Print Friendly Version More

Watch: Meet Defensive Backs Coach Marvin Clecidor

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here  Head out to practice and get to know new Princeton Football Defensive Backs Coach Marvin Clecidor, who joins Bob Surace's staff after a two-year stint at William & Mary that included coaching a future NFL draft choice and leading the Tribe to the ... More

He Has Become a Versatile ‘Body

BY JAY GREENBERG Not everybody gets to be the quarterback.  Even at Princeton, when up to three of them on any given snap are tossing the ball back and forth, someone has to block and someone has to catch and ultimately someone has to come to grips with the reality that a teammate throws the ball better. In high ... More

Princeton Football Will Face Dartmouth At Yankee Stadium During Historic 2019 Season

Published on GoPrincetonTigers.com | Read the full article here PRINCETON, N.J. — During a season that will be a celebration of both tradition and history for the Princeton University football team, the Tigers will play at a venue synonymous with both terms. On Nov. 9, 2019, only three days after the 150th ... More

It’s a Tall Order

By Jay Greenberg It’s a tall order replacing the combined 88 catches Princeton enjoyed from Isaiah Barnes, James Frusciante and Trevor Osborne during the 2016 season, but the Tigers have plenty of inches with which to do it. “That receiver (meeting) room is a big room,” said Coach Bob Surace. “We’ve got ... More

This Linebacking Corps May Be Callow, But Not Shallow

BY JAY GREENBERG Spring is arriving late this year. If you want to see greenery, come to Princeton football practice, where the program’s least tested linebacking corps in memory is competing for roles during the 2017 season. The talent level ultimately should warm the fans’ hearts. But as senior Quincy Wolff ... More

They Project to Make Themselves Hard to Ignore

BY JAY GREENBERG All the quantitative evidence that scouts from the Jets, Giants and Raiders gathered on Monday from James Gales, Dorian Williams and Quinn Epperly did not definitively measure their ambition. “Playing pro football is something I have dreamed of since I was five or six years old,” said Gales. ... More