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The Ivy League champion Princeton field hockey team will play for a spot in the 2011 NCAA tournament on Tuesday afternoon when it hosts Northeast Conference champion Rider at 1 p.m., at Class of '52 Stadium. The winner of the game will receive an...
After a long scoreless deadlock, the Princeton field hockey team scored three goals in the final 17 minutes to earn a 3-0 win on Friday night at Penn and earn at least a share of the 2011 Ivy League Championship. For Princeton, it is the Tigers' seventh...
Princeton scored twice in each half to defeat the Harvard field hockey team, 4-1, Saturday afternoon at Jordan Field in a matchup of two teams tied for first place in the Ivy League standings.
The Princeton field hockey team put forth one of its best efforts of the season to hang with fourth-ranked Connecticut in a 3-1 loss on Sunday afternoon. Sydney Kirby scored a second half goal for the Tigers in the loss.
The Princeton Field Hockey team (6-6, 3-1) scored three goals in each half en route to a 6-0 win over the Bears (3-9, 0-4) on Saturday afternoon at Warner Roof. Princeton’s Allison Evans scored a pair of goals and added an assist, while Rachel Neufeld also...
The Princeton field hockey team makes a midweek stop at third-ranked Maryland on Tuesday night. Last season Princeton was the only team to defeat the Terps on their run to the National Championship.
The Princeton field hockey team looks to bounce back from a loss in its Ivy League opener when it hosts Yale on Saturday at 12 noon at Class of '52 Stadium. Princeton has dropped its last three games, including two last weekend at Dartmouth and...
The Princeton field hockey team dropped a 3-2 decision to Richmond on Sunday afternoon at Class of '52 Stadium. Richmond goalie Anna Zarkoski made 10 saves and the Spiders held Princeton scoreless on 13 penalty corners in the game.
The 13th-ranked Princeton field hockey team opens its home schedule on Thursday night when sixth-ranked Penn State visits Class of '52 Stadium to play under the lights. Princeton will then welcome Richmond to campus on Sunday afternoon.
American's Shelly Montgomery broke a scoreless tie in the 62nd minute with what proved to be the game winner as the 10th-ranked Eagles defeated the seventh-ranked Princeton field hockey team 2-0 on Sunday afternoon at Jacobs Field.
The Bucknell field hockey team had the better of the run of play for long stretches against seventh-ranked Princeton, but the Tigers capitalized on a penalty corner and a penalty stroke and edged the Bison 2-0 Friday evening at Graham Field.
The 2011 field hockey schedule is two games old, but Bucknell will take to Graham Field for just the first time on Friday, hosting No. 7 Princeton at 6 p.m. The bout with the Tigers kicks off a full weekend of events for Bucknell Athletics and will be the...
Two weeks after beginning the preseason and a week after most teams started their schedules; the seventh-ranked Princeton field hockey team will open its 2011 season this season on the road when it visits Bucknell and 10th-ranked American.
Princeton's Katie Reinprecht was named the Ivy League Player of the Week on Tuesday following a four-goal performance during Princeton's 2-1 week. Additionally the Tigers jumped a spot to third in the latest coaches poll.
The Princeton field hockey team improved to 8-0 overall and 3-0 in the Ivy League with a 6-1 win at Columbia on Friday night. Michelle Cesan had three goals in the win for Princeton.
The Princeton field hockey team looks to extend its season-opening win streak when it visits Columbia and hosts American this weekend. Princeton knocked off top-ranked Maryland on Tuesday and will look to carry the momentum into this weekend against an Ivy...
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team built an early 2-0 lead and then kept ahead during a wild final 10 minutes to knock off top-ranked Maryland 4-2 on Tuesday night at Class of '52 Stadium.
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team hosts second-ranked Maryland on Tuesday night in a rematch of last year's National Semifinal. Both teams enter the game with unblemished records.
No. 4 Princeton utilized all of its offensive weapons Saturday afternoon at Johnson Field: five different players scored, eight different players had points and Kat Sharkey had a hat trick in the 7-0 win over Yale. The Bulldogs got 10 saves from freshman...
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