Running Tigers: Three Football Tigers Excel In Track and Field

By Rebeccah Barger Over the last 14 years, Princeton has been one of the most dominant track and field teams in the Ivy League. During that span, the Princeton Tigers have tallied 8 total wins in the Ivy League Heptagonal Track and Field Championships (Heps), 5 in indoor and 3 in outdoor.  Despite the sustained ... More

The Tigers’ Third Straight Win Was Elementary

BY JAY GREENBERG Minus their most dynamic receiver, best offensive lineman, top running back and pass rusher, the most tangible thing the Tigers had going for them Friday night on Powers Field at Princeton Stadium was a lead. In a driving rain, against winds gusting well over an unrelenting 20 miles an hour, they ... More

Tigers Turn It Around on Lehigh, 52-26

BY JAY GREENBERG At a point you are begging for one good late drive to take a lead into the half, Princeton had made two, to take a 24-13 edge into the locker room. So why, after Joe Rhattigan and Seth DeValve had flattened Lehigh defenders for touchdowns 1:11 apart, did the Tigers trudge into the locker room like ... More

Standard of Excellence – Meet the Captains

BY REBECCAH BARGER Before the preseason camp kickoff, Princeton Football already knew who would be leading the 121-player team into the season this year. Voted in by their fellow teammates in the spring, seniors Seth DeValve and Matt Arends earned the title of Captain. While both had an early passion for the sport in ... More

Princeton at Lafayette Recap

BY JAY GREENBERG EASTON, PA – Eight straight years, Princeton had started behind the 8-ball with a loss, no way to win ‘em all, of course, and the hard path to 9-1 or 8-2 for sure. You have to start somewhere, and in the 10-game Ivy League that always means against a team that already has played two games.  ... More

How the 1995 Tigers Unity Won the Championship

It’d been two years, and Penn, with an explosive combination of run and pass games, had established an Ivy League regime. They’d done more than that. In those two years, the Quakers hadn’t fallen to a single Ivy opponent. That’s not to say the Tigers hadn’t come close. It was a battle ... More

Zeuli Earns a Piece of the Ivy’s Proudest Piece — The Bushnell Cup

NEW YORK -- It’s a team award, insists Mike Zeuli, Princeton’s third Asa S. Bushnell Cup winner in three years, frankly, all the more reason for him to believe that he was coming to the Vanderbilt Room at the Waldorf-Astoria on Monday largely to congratulate Zack Hodges. Not only was the Harvard defensive end the ... More

The Big Quarterback Question

With an absence in the pocket after losing veteran quarterbacks Quinn Epperly and Connor Michelson to graduation, the Tigers are left to decide between senior Kedric Bostic, junior Chad Kanoff and sophomore John Lovett who will lead the fast, hurry-up offense in the upcoming fall season. Offensive Coordinator and ... More

Princeton University dominates Kwansei Gakuin University in Japan

Princeton University capped their spring practice season with a 36-7 victory over the Kwansei Gakuin University Fighters, the national college champion of Japan, in their “Legacy Bowl” match-up Saturday, March 21. The last time they faced the Fighters was in 2001, where they only pulled out a victory after a late field ... More

2015 PFA Golf Classic and Fundraiser Honors Proud Princeton Past

After having the championship ring escape the Tigers the previous year, Michael Hirou arrived at camp with one idea in mind: win the title. Twenty-five years later, Hirou and his 1991 teammates, who made that goal at reality with a 1989 Championship, returned on July 13th. They celebrated their 25th anniversary and ... More