Miles Hinson

Sports Editor

Hi! I'm Miles Hinson, I'm in the Class of 2017, and I'm from Manhattan, New York. My favorite teams are (surprise, surprise) the Knicks and Giants, I'm staunchly NOT a Nets fan, and I really love writing columns for the Prince!

November 15, 2016

Tigers motivated to make NCAA bid after close loss last season

Just six points across two games kept the Tigers from taking the Ivy League title outright, and a two-point loss to Harvard in the waning days of the season kept them from sharing the league title and a chance for a playoff game with Yale. This year, in the … Read More

November 8, 2016

Consumability of a sport

A monumental sporting event is taking place in New York City this month. No, dear reader, I refer not to the start of the season for my beloved New York Knicks (though who couldn’t fall in love with the lovable Latvian string bean known as Kristaps Porzingis?). I’m actually … Read More

May 28, 2016

Embrace the Challenge: Courtney Banghart and the Tasks Ahead for Women’s Basketball

On the right wall in Courtney Banghart’s office is a framed article: Fortune Magazine’s 50 Greatest Leaders from 2015. There, her name and accomplishments are listed alongside people such as Apple CEO Tim Cook, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick. Banghart’s lead of the … Read More

April 26, 2016

Softball defeats Columbia, controls own destiny in Ivy League South

As the season draws to a close, the Princeton softball team has put itself in excellent position as it look for its first bid to the NCAA tournament since the spring of 2008. They have put themselves atop the South Division within the Ivy League, going 3-1 on the … Read More

April 14, 2016

Men’s tennis to take on Columbia, Cornell as Ivy League competition continues

Fresh off of a difficult weekend on the road, the men’s tennis team will look to get back on track this Friday and Sunday, as they take on Columbia on the road and Cornell at the Lenz Tennis Center. The Tigers (14-8 overall, 2-2 Ivy League), having … Read More

April 5, 2016

Women’s softball goes 1-3 to open Ivy League play

The most critical portion of the season has begun for the Princeton softball team: Ivy League play. Defending their home field against visiting rivals, the Tigers split their weekend games against Dartmouth and fell in both of their matches against Harvard. The Tigers (7-20 overall, 1-3 Ivy … Read More

March 29, 2016

Around the Ivies: Baseball

We’re already well into the season for the baseball teams of the Ivy League. With league play just around the corner, we take a look at how teams across the Ancient 8 have positioned themselves so far in the standings. Cornell Big Red (6-7 overall): Despite coming off of their straight … Read More

March 22, 2016

Around the Ivies: Women’s Lacrosse

As we make our way into late March, the women’s lacrosse season is beginning to hit its stride. No teams in the Ivy League have broken away from the pack so far, with few intra-league games having taken place so far. Nevertheless, the race to the top in the Ancient … Read More

March 6, 2016

Tigers Lose to Harvard in Thriller, Rout Dartmouth

It’s been a year full of amazing highs for the Tigers, but they were dealt a critical blow this weekend. As they looked to remain contenders for the NCAA tournament berth, the Tigers  (21-6, overall, 11-2 Ivy) knew that the only way to guarantee a share of the league title … Read More

February 24, 2016

Softball looks to once again qualify for NCAA tournament

With spring fast approaching, it means the softball team will gear up for another run, and hunt for their first appearance in the NCAA tournament since the 2008 season. After finishing middle of the pack in the league standings from last year, it’s clear that the Tigers have the chops … Read More