Gordon Moore

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September 24, 2015

Men prepare for doubleheader, women to face first conference opponent in Yale

The fall season is young, but for Princeton men’s soccer, the next few days hold a lot of promise. This Saturday they’ll face Binghamton (5-3) in an away game and on Tuesday they’ll challenge No. 19 American University (6-2) in their second game at home. The Tigers currently stand … Read More

September 15, 2015

Tigers at 1-3 after dominant victory against Bucknell and close loss to Delaware

The Princeton field hockey team has had a difficult schedule so far this year. The Tigers dropped their season opener to No. 3 North Carolina and then suffered an overtime defeat against No. 4 Virginia. Despite these losses, following the opening weekend, two players earned weekly accolades. Senior goalie … Read More

April 23, 2015

Men’s volleyball plays George Mason, looks towards playoffs

Men’s volleyball delivered this past weekend, clinching a spot in the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Championship for the fourth straight year. The Tigers began the weekend on Friday in Dillon Gymnasium facing seventh ranked Penn State, one of the hottest teams in the country at … Read More

April 13, 2015

Men’s golf come 5th at Princeton Invitational, look forward to Ivy League Championship

The Princeton Invitational came to a close on Sunday with the Tigers moving up five spots to fifth place in the 13-team field. Princeton was +24 following Saturday’s round at Aronimink Golf Club but on Sunday at Merion Golf Club turned in the second best team score of the day at +9, only behind Yale who … Read More

April 1, 2015

Men's and women's fencing complete astonishing season

The Princeton fencing season came to a close two Sundays ago in Columbus, Ohio, at the NCAA Division I Championships. Summarizing the Tigers’ entire season would be a nearly impossible task, as fencing is broken down into three weapons and the men and women have separate teams, each with an … Read More

March 25, 2015

Tigers head to Iowa for NCAA Championships

The Princeton Men’s swimming and diving team has six qualifiers for this year’s NCAA Championships in Iowa City. Senior Harrison Wagner and freshman Corey Okubo qualified in individual events, and the coaching staff selected seniors Connor Maher and Michael Strand, junior Jack Pohlmann and freshman Zach Buerger to join Wagner … Read More

March 1, 2015

Toth, squash team see success and intensity in individual championships

With Jadwin Gymnasium hosting the College Squash Association Individual Championships for the first time this weekend, the Tigers made sure to offer plenty of thrills. Sophomore Alexandra Toth capped the three days of excitement, grabbing the Women’s B Division title Sunday afternoon. She was the only Tiger to … Read More