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Shon, Han Led Ivy Contingent at U.S. Women's Amateur
Princetonís Kelly Shon and Pennís Isabel Han [pic.] advanced to mach play at the 2010 U.S. Womenís Amateur Championship at the par-72 Charlotte Country Club.

Shon, Han Lead Ivy Contingent at U.S. Women's Amateur
Princetonís Kelly Shon and Pennís Isabel Han [pic.] advanced to mach play at the 2010 U.S. Womenís Amateur Championship at the par-72 Charlotte Country Club.

2010 Ivy Football Media Day Central
The Ivy League officially kicked off the 2010 football season on Tuesday, August 10, highlighted by its media day teleconference featuring all eight head coaches and the unveiling of the mediaís preseason picks for the Ivy title.

2010 Ivy Football Media Day Teleconference
The Ivy League kicks off the 2010 season with its annual football media day teleconference, featuring all eight Ivy head coaches.

Harvard Selected 2010 Ivy Football Preseason Favorite
Harvard was selected the favorite in the annual Ivy League Football Preseason Media Poll to win the 2010 Ivy title for the fourth time in five years. The Crimson's quest for another Ivy title will be led by preseason All-America pick Collin Zych [pic.].

53 Ivy Trackers Named USTFCCCA All-Academic
The Ivy League boasted 53 student-athletes named to the 2010 Division I Menís and Womenís All-Academic Track & Field teams announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Princeton's McCulloough Wins Gold at IAAF World Juniors
Princeton freshman Conor McCullough won gold and set the championship record in the men's hammer throw, becoming Team USA's first individual gold medalist at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, N.B.

Preseason Honors Pour in for Ivy Football
The 2010 preseason accolades for Ivy League football have been pouring over the past few weeks as five Ivy players have received All-America honors so far.

Two Ivies Named Arthur Ashe Scholar Award Finalists
Dartmouth's Margaret Smith and Princeton's Aundeah Kearney were named top 10 finalists for the 2010 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award.

Cutler Tapped as Women's Golf Coach at Princeton
Nicki Cutler, previously an assistant women's golf coach at Vanderbilt University, has been named as Princeton University's head coach of women's golf, Director of Athletics Gary Walters has announced.

Ivy Crews Compete at 161st Henley Royal Regatta
Ivy League crews opened the 161st Henley Royal Regatta with Harvard carrying the banner for the Ancient Eight with its varsity four and heavyweight freshman eight each winning their first two races.

Ivies Dominate ECAC Hockey All-Academic Teams
One hundred sixty-eight Ivy League menís and womenís ice hockey student-athletes were named to the 2009-10 ECAC Hockey All-Academic teams.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in spring sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ivy Runners Finish Strong at NCAA Nationals
The Ivy League's NCAA Track and Field Championship contingent followed up Brown junior Craig Kinsley's national championship in the javelin with a total of five more All-American performances in the final two days of the competition in Eugene, Ore.

VERSUS to Broadcast Ivy Football Games in 2010 & 2011
The Ivy League Office today announced an agreement with VERSUS, the fastest growing sports cable network in the country, to televise at least three football games for the 2010 and 2011 seasons, culminating each year with the Harvard vs. Yale gameóone of the most storied rivalries in sports.

Eleven Ivy Women's Rowers Named CRCA All-America
Eleven Ivy League womenís rowers were named to the All-America teams announced by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association.

Princeton Lightweights Repeat as IRA Champions
Led by Princetonís men's lightweight crew second-straight national championship, the Ivy League had another strong showing at the 2010 IRA Championships on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Six Ivy Tracksters Earn CoSIDA Academic All-District
The 2010 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Men's and Women's Track/Cross Country Teams have been selected by the Academic All-Americaģ Committee. In total, six Ivy Leaguers gained distinction, including five first-teamers.

More Accolades Bestowed on Ivy Women's Lacrosse
In addition to the IWLCA selections, several publications have also dubbed Ivy League student-athletes as All-America for the 2010 season. Womenslacrosse.com and Womenslax.com have recognized six from Ancient Eight with postseason accolades.

43 Ivy Women's Rowers Named CRCA Scholar-Athletes
A total of 43 Ivy League womenís rowers were named National Scholar-Athletes by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association for the 2010 season.

Three Ivy Teams Finish in Top 6 at NCAA Women's Rowing
The Ivy League posted another strong showing at the 2010 NCAA Division I Womenís Rowing Championships with Princeton, Brown and Yale finishing in the top six of the team competition, Yale winning its second-straight varsity eight individual national title and Brown winning the NCAA individual title with its second varsity eight.

Princeton Pair Falls Just Short in NCAA Doubles Rd. of 16
Princeton's Taylor Marable and Hilary Bartlett started fast but fell just short in a three-set defeat in the doubles round of 16 at the 2010 NCAA Division Womenís Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Princeton Duo Advances at NCAA Tennis Championships
The Princeton duo of Taylor Marable and Hilary Bartlett rallied to a three-set win in the opening round of the 2010 NCAA Division Womenís Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga., to advance to the round of 16 in the doubles tournament.

Den Hartog & Bacigalupo To Be Enshrined in Lax Hall
Two Ivy League lacrosse legends -- Francesca Den Hartog, Harvard í83 and Scott Bacigalupo, Princeton '94 -- will be inducted into the 2010 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, as announced by the US Lacrosse Board of Directors.

NCAA Women's Rowing Championships Preview
Brown, Princeton and Yale are among the 16 teams vying for the 2010 NCAA Division I Womenís Rowing Championships May 28-30 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, Calif.

Ivies in Action at NCAA Tennis Individual Championships
Columbiaís Jonathan Wong, Harvardís Holly Cao [pic.] and Princetonís Hilary Bartlett and Taylor Marable will be in action in the singles and doubles competition at the 2010 NCAA Division I Menís and Womenís Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Ivy Student-Athletes Once Again Lead in the Classroom
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nationís most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in the NCAA's official release, with 135 Ivy teams recognized.

Three Ivy Teams Make NCAA Women's Rowing Field
The Ivy League received three selections -- Brown, Princeton and Yale -- to the 2010 NCAA Division I Womenís Rowing Championships to be held May 28-30 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, Calif.

All-Ivy Menís Rowing -- 2010
The 2010 All-Ivy teams for menís rowing were determined at the Eastern Sprints in Worcester, Mass. The rowers in the first Ivy boat in the varsity eight grand final were named to the first team while the members of the second Ivy boat were named second team.

All-Ivy Womenís Rowing -- 2010
The 2010 All-Ivy teams for womenís rowing were determined at the Eastern Sprints in Cherry Hill, N.J. The rowers in the first Ivy boat in the varsity eight grand final were named to the first team while the members of the second Ivy boat were named second team.

Harvard, Princeton Capture Ivy Menís Rowing Titles
The Harvard menís heavyweight crew reclaimed its place as the Ivy Leagueís top varsity eight boast while the Princeton lightweights captured their second-straight Ivy title at the 2010 Eastern Sprints on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.

Princeton Men Fall to Notre Dame in NCAA First Round
The Ivy Tournament champion Princeton men's lacrosse team fell to Notre Dame, 8-5, in the first round of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships today at Princeton's Class of 1952 Stadium.

Princeton Edged by Virginia in NCAA First Round
The Princeton women's tennis team came just short in its 2010 NCAA Division I Womenís Tennis Championships first-round match, edged 4-3 by Virginia.

EARC Sprints Preview
The Ivy heavyweight and lightweight titles will be up for grabs as the 65th edition of the EARC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.

EAWRC Sprints Preview
Once again, the Ivy womenís rowing title will be up for grabs as the 37th edition of the EAWRC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Cornell, Princeton to Host NCAA MLAX First Round Games
Following a classic battle in the inaugural Ivy League Menís Lacrosse Tournament, Cornell and Princeton learned their NCAA fates by receiving two of the top eight seeds in the 16-team bracket for the 2010 NCAA Division I Menís Lacrosse Championship.

Princeton Wins 2010 Ivy Men's Lacrosse Tournament
In an overtime classic, Princeton outlasted host Cornell 10-9 to win the 2010 Ivy League Menís Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion.

Princeton Survives in First MLAX Tournament Semifinal
Princeton withstood a valiant Yale comeback of four goals in a seven-minute span in the fourth quarter to hold on to a 7-6 win and advance to the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Menís Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion. The Tigers face Cornell in Sundayís showdown at Noon on ESPNU.

Princeton to Face Virginia in NCAA Women's Tennis 1st Rd.
The Princeton women's tennis team will open the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships against Virginia in Charlottesville on Friday, May 14 at 2 p.m.

2010 Ivy Men's Lacrosse Tournament Central
The 2010 Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion will take place Friday, May 7 and Sunday, May 9, at Schoellkopf Field on the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream MLAX Tournament Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Menís Tournament Presented by Champion.

Cornell, Princeton, Yale, Brown Share Ivy MLAX Title
The final day of the 2010 Ivy men's lacrosse regular season was a wild one, as all three games were decided by one goal, and for the first time in Ivy men's lacrosse history four teams -- Brown, Cornell, Princeton and Yale -- will share the regular season title and head to the inaugural Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament in Ithaca, N.Y.

CBS College Sports Network To Broadcast 2010 Ivy Womenís Lax Championship Game
CBS College Sports Network will broadcast live the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Womenís Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion on Sunday, May 2 at 12:30 p.m.

All-Ivy Menís Tennis -- 2009-10
Yale freshman sensation Marc Powers quickly made his presence known on the Ivy League tennis courts during the 2009-10 season, becoming the first menís tennis player in League history to win the Player and Rookie of the Year awards in the same season.

All-Ivy Womenís Tennis -- 2009-10
There was virtually no doubt among the Ivy League Womenís Tennis postseason awards for the 2009-10 season, paced by Princeton's Hilary Bartlett as the unanimous selection as Player of the Year.

Champion athleticwear Signs on as Presenting Sponsor for the 2010 Ivy Lacrosse Tournaments
The Ivy League announced a new partnership today with Hanesbrands, Inc. for Champion athleticwear to be presenting sponsor for the 2010 Ivy League Menís and Womenís Lacrosse Tournaments.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream the 2010 Ivy Lax Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Menís and Womenís Tournaments.

2010 Ivy Women's Lacrosse Tournament Central
Philly's Franklin Field is set to host the inaugural Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Final presented by Champion featuring Dartmouth and Penn. Click inside for more information on the matchups, directions, ticket info and much more.

US Soccer to Prep at Princeton for 2010 World Cup
The U.S. Menís National Team has selected Princeton University as the site of its Pre-World Cup training camp in the United States. Players and coaches will begin training sessions on May 17 at Roberts Field. All team training sessions will be closed to the public.

Princeton Earns Second-Straight Ivy Women's Tennis Title
Princeton completed its clean sweep of the Ivy League since 2000 by defeating Columbia 7-0 to win its second-straight Ivy League Women's Tennis title.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

CSA Names 11 Ivy Men All-America in Squash
The Menís College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 11 are representatives of the Ivy League, including four first-team selections.

15 Named to Women's All-American Squash Teams
The Womenís College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 15 are representatives of the Ivy League, including seven first-team selections.

Ivies Garner Women's Ice Hockey Postseason Recoginitions
Ivy League women's ice hockey garnered national accolades among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Ivies Receive Men's Ice Hockey Postseason Honors
Ivy League men's ice hockey once again received national recognition among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Princeton Men Leave Field in Wake; Cruise to Title
The final night of the Ivy League Swimming & Diving Championships has finished at Princeton's DeNunzio Pool and the host Tigers took the 2010 title in convincing fashion. On a night that honored legendary Yale coach Frank Keefe for his 32 years of service, the Tigers were just too strong, finishing with 1552.5 points.

All-Ivy Menís Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Leading Yale to back-to-back Ivy League and ECAC Hockey titles, senior forward Sean Backman was named 2009-10 Ivy League Player of the Year and first-team All-Ivy, becoming just the third player in League history to earn first-team honors every year of his Ivy career.

Ivy Teams to Open in 2010 ECAC Menís Hockey Tourney
Brown, Dartmouth, Harvard and Princeton will be on the ice in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Men's Ice Hockey Tournament while top-seeded Yale and second-seeded Cornell are on a bye until the quarterfinals.

Ivy Teams Advance to ECAC Women's Ice Hockey Semis
Top-seeded Cornell swept Colgate and third-seeded Harvard swept sixth-seeded Princeton in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Women's Ice Hockey Tournament to advance to the semifinals.

All-Ivy Men's and Women's Fencing -- 2009-10
With a near perfect 15-1 record, Princeton freshman foilist Brianna Martin had an impressive Ivy League Fencing Round-Robins debut, leading her Tigers to the 2010 womenís title.

Princeton Captures Ivy Men's & Women's Fencing Titles
Princeton menís and womenís teams left no doubt after the second day of the 2010 Ivy League Fencing Round-Robins, going undefeated over the two-day competition to clinch their first Ivy titles since 2001.

Princeton Sweeps Indoor Titles
The Princeton Tiger men and women's track and field teams have swept the Indoor Heps championships for only the third time in program history and, first since 1998.

Princeton Staves Off Harvard Charge for Swim Title
Princeton successfully navigated the waters at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass. to bring the Ivy League Women's Swimming & Diving title back to Princeton, N.J. The Tigers staved off a challenge from defending champion Harvard and raced away from the field with a winning score of 1465.

2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins - Part II
The second half of the 2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins have completed at Pennís Hutchinson Gym in Philadelphia. Click here for the complete results.

All-Ivy Womenís Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Cornell's banner season for women's ice hockey was capped with a Big Red sweep in the Ivy postseason awards as sophomore forward Catherine White (pic.) was named Player of the Year and freshman defenseman Lauriane Rougeau was selected Rookie of the Year.

2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins - Part I
The 2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins Part I is in the books. Click here for complete results and selected video clips from day one action at Newman Arena in Ithaca.

Tiger Quartet Named to Field Hockey All-America
Four members of the Princeton field hockey team earned All-America honors when the National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced the 2009 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America Teams.

Bob Surace Chosen to Lead Princeton Football
Bob Surace í90, a key member of the 1989 Ivy League champion Princeton football team, has been named the Charles W. Caldwell Jr. í25 Head Coach of Football at Princeton University, it was announced Dec. 23 by Princeton Director of Athletics Gary Walters í67.

Akpan and Keat Brace for All-American; 12 All-Region
Harvard's Andre Akpan and Dartmouth's Daniel Keat were honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America as All-America selections for the 2009-10 season. Akpan earned his third first-team selection and Keat landed a third-team nod. In all, 12 Ivy Leaguers were recognized.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in fall sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

All-Ivy Football -- 2009
Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (pic.) and Penn senior linebacker Jake Lewko share the Asa S. Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League Football Player of the Year for the first time since the trophy was initiated in 1970.

Tiger Women Finish Fifth at Nationals
The Princeton Tigers finished fifth at the NCAA Womenís Cross Country Championship for the second straight year. Senior Liz Costello was the first member of the Orange and Black across the finish line, taking 18th in 20:25.

NFHCA Recognizes 13 Ivies for All-Region
The 2009 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-Region Field Hockey Teams were announced recently and 13 Ivy League student-athletes were recognized. Princeton, which had four first team selections, earned seven selections. Cornell and Yale, which had two first team selections, both received three nominations to the All-Region Teams.

No. 1 Maryland Outlasts Valiant Princeton Effort in FH
Princeton was down 4-1 to No. 1 Maryland after 36 minutes in National semi-final at Wake Forest's Kentner Field. After a fifteen minute flurry that saw three goals, the Tigers tied the game at 4-4 only to see the Terps seize control with three more goals to advance to the NCAA Final, 7-5.

Bucknell Weathers Storm to Oust Princeton in MSOC
A goal by Bucknell's Brendan Burgdorf in the 69th minute made the difference, as the Princeton men's soccer team fell to Bucknell, 1-0, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday at a rain-soaked Myslik Field at Roberts Stadium.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference Ė 11/17
This weekís Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Penn head coach Al Bagnoli (pic.) talks about his teamís chance to claim the 2009 Ivy Football title outright with a win over Cornell in the Quakersí season finale.

Fantastic Four into the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament
For the first time since 1977, the Ivy League will have four teams in the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament. Ivy Champion Harvard will be joined by Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton in the 48-team field, which begins on Nov. 19th.

Princeton Bests Syracuse, 7-3; Heads to Final Four
The Princeton field hockey team continued its potent offensive play in a convincing 7-3 victory over Syracuse today at the Class of '52 Stadium. The win means that the Tigers earn a showdown against No. 1 Maryland in the NCAA Semifinals.

Princeton Field Hockey Rolls in Opening Round
The Princeton field hockey team navigated its first test of the 2009 NCAA tournament with a confident 4-0 result against Stanford. The Ivy League champs will now entertain Syracuse in the quarterfinals on Sunday at 2 pm.

The Road to Kentner Will Go Through Princeton
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team learned it would face 14th-ranked Stanford in the opening round of the 2009 NCAA Field Hockey Tournament. The Tigers will host a regional at Class of '52 Stadium that will also feature No. 8 Syracuse and No. 9 Boston College.

Princeton Skilled to Perfection in Field Hockey
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team completed its second-straight and 13th overall perfect Ivy League season as it blanked Penn 7-0 to secure a perfect 7-0 league record. The Tigers outscored Ivy opponents 46-5 on the year and now await an opponent for the NCAA Tournament.

CoSIDA Names 8 Ivies in Football All-District
The Ivy League boasted eight student-athletes on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for football announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference Ė 11/3
This weekís Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Yale head coach Tom Williams (pic.) talks about his Bulldogsí come-from-behind win over Columbia and previews his teamís home matchup with Brown.

CoSIDA Names 10 Ivies in Men's Soccer All-District
The 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Teams for Men's soccer have been selected. Not surprisingly, the Ivy League ó traditionally strong in the University Division selections ó has put forth a formidable group of 10 candidates to this year's squads, including four first team selections.

Princeton Rolls to Fifth-Straight Field Hockey Title
The Princeton field hockey team defeated Cornell, 10-1, to clinch at least a share of its fifth consecutive Ivy League title and the League's automatic NCAA berth. It marks the Tigers' 19th overall Ivy title and 14th in the last 15 years.

Princeton's Bradley Leads US MNT to South Africa
In a week that saw two of its soccer players suffer serious injuries, one in an automobile accident and one in a game, the US Men earned a World Cup berth for the sixth straight time. Led by Princeton's Bob Bradley ('80), the Americans secured the top spot in the CONCACAF Region with a 3-2 win over Honduras and a 2-2 tie with Costa Rica.

The Ivy League Mourns Passing of NCAA's Myles Brand
The Ivy League mourns the passing of NCAA President Myles Brand, who died Wednesday from a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer.

Six Tipped for Lowe's Senior CLASS Award in Soccer
Six Ivy Leaguers, including 2008 Ivy Players of the Year ó Craig Henderson (Dartmouth) and Sophie Reiser (Columbia) ó have been named to the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award for Men's and Women's Soccer. In total, two male athletes and four female athletes have earned candidate nods for 2009.

Princeton to host 2010 Div. I Menís Lacrosse Quarters
The NCAA Division I Menís Lacrosse Committee has selected Princeton and Stony Brook to host the 2010 Division I Menís Lacrosse Championship quarterfinal rounds on May 22 or 23.

Chris Bates Named Men's Lacrosse Coach At Princeton
Chris Bates, who has spent the last 10 years as the head coach at Drexel University, has become the 10th head men's lacrosse at Princeton University. He replaces Hall of Fame coach Bill Tierney, who left to become the head coach at Denver.

Ivies Fare Well at USA Championships
Six former Ivy athletes finished in the top six at last weekend's USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., including Princeton grad Tora Harris (pic.), who won the national title in the high jump.

Ivies Lead U.S. to World Championship in Lacrosse
The United States held off a furious charge from Australia to win the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup, 8-7. USA held an 8-4 advantage before a three-goal flurry finished the game. In the two games with the Aussies, the Americans had a victory margin of just two goals. Canada finished third.

Britannia, Ruled!: Ivies Help U.S. Into FIL Final
A strong Ivy League contingent was once again in full-force as the United States ripped England, 20-3, to advance to the finals of the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup. With six goals from the Ancient Eight, the Americans earned a title date with Australia, which outlasted Canada, 12-10.

Seven Ivies in Action at FIL Women's World Cup
Seven women with ties to the Ivy League either as players or as coaches are in action in Prague, Czech Republic for the Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup. Five of the seven were in action as top-seeded USA defeated defending champion Australia, 10-9, in pool play.

Three Ivy Tracksters Earn Academic All-American Honors
A total of three Ivy League track and field athletes have earned ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America status.

Seven Ivies Become Track & Field All-Americans
Seven Ivy League track and field student-athletes earned All-America status at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships held at McDonnell Field on the University of Arkansas campus.

CoSIDA Names Six Ivies Academic All-Americans
Dotting some impressive Ivy resumes, Brown's Dan Ricketts and Columbia's Jeff Spear can now add ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Men's at-large first team. In all, six Ivy student-athletes were named at-large Academic All-Americans.

Princeton's Hale Selected by Atlanta in Third Round
David Hale left Georgia three years ago to play baseball at Princeton. In the third round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft, he learned that the next step in baseball jersey could potentially bring him full-circle as his hometown Atlanta Braves selected him 87th overall.

Tiger's Schwab Named IWLCA Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Kristin Schwab of the Princeton womenís lacrosse team has been named the Intercollegiate Womenís Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Scholar-Athlete of the Year, it was announced by the organization.

Bill Tierney Leaves Princeton to Take Head Job at Denver
After 22 seasons, 14 Ivy League titles and six NCAA championships, Bill Tierney has resigned as head coach of Princeton men's lacrosse to take the same position at the University of Denver.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in spring sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ivies Fare Well in Women's Lacrosse Awards
The IWLCA and US Lacrosse have honored 48 student-athletes in Division I with a selection on one of the All-American teams. Six student-athletes, including two first-team selections, lead the charge for the Ivy League. The League also had 20 players selected to IWLCA Regional teams for the 2008-09 season.

Princeton Beats UMass to Advance to NCAA Quarters
The Princeton men's lacrosse team used a career-high five goals from senior Mark Kovler to sprint past UMass, 10-7, and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals where they will face Ivy foe Cornell next week on Long Island.

Penn and Princeton Advance in WLAX
Both Penn and Princeton opened up Ivy League play today and both squads earned a spot in the quarterfinals. Penn turned back a valiant effort from Fairfield, 10-8, while Princeton disposed of Georgetown, 15-9. The Quakers entertain Duke and the Tigers travel to #1 Northwestern in the next round.

Ivies Score High Yet Again
After having the highest scores in the NCAA's APR ratings two weeks ago, the Ivy League has scored big again as the NCAA has released its sport-by-sport progress report today. Of the Ivy sports that are also NCAA sports, the League has the nation's top APR average in nearly 70 percent (20 of 29).

Cornell Emerges in Gehrig Divisional Playoff
Cornell used a flurry of offense in the early innings and strong pitching throughout to defeat Princeton, 9-0, in the Gehrig Divisional Playoff. Corey Pappel opened the game and went six strong innings, striking out 11 and allowing just two hits. The Big Red will now travel to Dartmouth for the best-of-three Ivy League Baseball Championship.

All-Ivy Men's Golf -- 2009
Freshman Peter Williamson became the fourth Dartmouth golfer to win the men's golf title by claiming the 2009 Ivy League Menís Golf Championship in a three-hole playoff. His play earned both Player and Rookie of the Year awards.

Ivy Student-Athletes On Top Again
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nationís most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in today's official NCAA release, with 144 Ivy teams recognized.

Six Ivies Earn MLB Appointments as 2009 Season Starts
Six former Ivy Leaguers have been named to various rosters across the Major League Baseball landscape for 2009 season, which began over the weekend as the 2008 World Champion Philadelphia Phillies entertained the Atlanta Braves.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Princeton Men Claim 18th Swimming & Diving Title
Led by thrilling wins by Jonathan Christensen, Doug Lennox and Daniel Dickerson, the Princeton men's swimming and diving team completed a brilliant team season with a wire-to-wire victory at the 2009 Ivy Championships.

All-Ivy Squash -- 2008-09
Penn national finalist Kristen Lange was named as the Ivy League's women's squash Most Outstanding Player while highly decorated Princeton senior Mauricio Sanchez earned the honor for the men for the third straight year.

No. 1 Princeton Holds Serve; Upends No. 2 Penn, 6-3
In a rematch of the National Championship from 2008, the No. 1 Princeton women turned away the No. 2 Penn Quakers, 6-3, in Ivy League squash. The win puts the two-time defending National champions in good position to bring the League title back to Princeton, N.J.

Howe Cup Rematch in Princeton Tonight
In one of the marquee match-ups in all of collegiate squash, the No. 1 Princeton Tigers women will entertain the No. 2 Penn Quakers tonight. The match features the two teams that contested the 2008 National Championship. For an encore, the No. 2 Princeton men will play the No. 7 Quakers.

Seven Ivies Earn NCSAA All-Region Honors
A total of seven Ivy women's soccer players were named to their respective NCSAA/adidas All-Region teams, including three first team honorees in Taylor Numann (pic.) of Princeton, Sophie Reiser of Columbia and Myra Sack of Dartmouth.

More Accolades for Reinprecht
Princeton's Katie Reinprecht has been chosen as the 2008 ECAC Division I Rookie of the Year. The freshman was eighth in the nation with 2.39 points per game, as Princeton posted a 17-3 record. She was also named the Ivy League Player of the Year and also a second-team All-America.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in fall sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Reinprecht and Sharkey Tabbed for All-America
Princeton freshmen Katie Reinprecht (pictured) and Kathleen Sharkey were honored as All-Americas on Monday by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. Reinprecht was a second-team honoree while Sharkey was named to the third team.

Tigers Fifth at NCAA Cross Country Championships
The Princeton womenís cross country team made program history, finishing fifth at the NCAA Championship on Monday, Nov. 24. The Tigers previous highest finish the championship was a nine-place finish in 2003.

Princeton Bows Out of NCAAs in Overtime Heartbreak
Nicole Nelsonís overtime goal lifted Syracuse past the Ivy League champion Princeton field hockey team 3-2 on Sunday in the quarterfinal round of the 2008 NCAA tournament. The Tigers finished the season 17-3 and 7-0 in the League.

Princeton Into Quarters With 2-0 Win Over Penn State
Freshman Katie Reinprecht scored both goals as the ninth-ranked Princeton field hockey team shut out 11th-ranked Penn State 2-0 in the opening round of the 2008 NCAA field hockey tournament at Syracuse. Princeton advanced to face the Orange in tomorrowís quarterfinals.

Princeton Bows Out in NCAA First Round
The Princeton women's soccer team had its season come to an end after falling to West Virginia, 2-1, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Charlottesville, Va.

Tigers Surge Past Stanford, 8-2; Earn Penn State Date
Princeton field hockey had two choices for today. The Tigers could hope their Ivy League title and No. 6 RPI would earn them a spot in the NCAA tournament, or they could take matters into their own hands. Unfortunately for NorPac champion Stanford, Princeton emphatically chose the latter.

All Four Won: Princeton Claims Field Hockey Title
Sarah Reinprecht and Holly McGarvie each had a goal in their final Ivy League game, helping Princeton to a 5-0 win over Penn at Class of 1952 Stadium on Friday. The win marked the fourth consecutive Ivy League title for the Tigers.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 9 - 11/3
Ashley McCauley enjoyed a seven-point weekend, including a game-winning overtime goal against Columbia and two goals and an assist in a 6-0 win over Quinnipiac, to help Yale to pair of wins. She has nine goals in the Bulldogs' last seven games.

An Orange & Black Halloween
Guided by a sensational performance by junior Liz Costello, the Princeton Tiger women showed why they are ranked fourth nationally by breaking a number of records in a dominating effort at the Ivy Heps Cross Country Championship in New York City's Van Cortlandt Park on Friday.

True Dominates Field At CC Championships
Ben True of Dartmouth ran the fastest time in Ivy Heps history at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx today, but it was Princeton which grabbed the team title for the third straight year.

Highlights/Interviews from Ivy Women's Championship
This 5-minute video piece features interviews with Harvard player Jessica Hazlett and head coach Kevin Rhoads, and individual champion Susannah Aboff of Princeton.

Aemisegger and Co. Have Strong Swims at NCAAs
The Princeton women's swimming and diving team had an excellent showing at the 2008 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. The Tigers finished in 24th place with 41 total points. Five Tigers, including sophomore sensation Alicia Aemisegger, earned All-America honors.

Tigers Win Swimming and Diving Dual-Meet Title
The Tigers went a perfect 7-0 in league dual meets to earn the coveted regular-season Ivy championship. The trophy was presented to them on the first night of the Ivy championship meet.

Princeton Women 3-Peat in Swimming & Diving
Princeton once again capped off an undefeated season by winning the Frank Keefe Trophy, designated for the Ivy League Champion. It is the third year in a row that Princeton has won the Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving title.

Princeton Claims National Title
The Princeton women's squash team rallied from an early hole to knock off previously-unbeaten Penn, 6-3, in the Howe Cup national championship final. It is the second straight title for the Orange and Black.

Princeton Sweeps Ivy Title
Coach Bob Callahan's Princeton Tigers claimed the 2008 Ivy Championship in men's squash with Sunday's 9-0 victory at Harvard. The Orange and Black swept all 54 individual matches in Ivy play this season, losing just six of 168 games.

Super Wednesday
The nation's top two teams in both men's and women's squash square off tonight as the Princeton women face Penn and the Tiger men host No. 1 Trinity, a team with a 175-match win streak.

Tigers Chasing Championship
The No. 4 Princeton women are headed to the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., on Monday, along with seven Ivy individuals.

Princeton Takes Regional Crown
The No. 4-ranked Princeton women's cross country team did as expected, winning the NCAA Mid-Atlantic regional for the third straight year.

Princeton Claims Field Hockey Crown
The Princeton Tigers ended any speculation of a four-way championship in field hockey with a 3-1 victory at Penn on Friday. The Tigers, at 6-1 in League games, wins the Ivy title outright.

Princeton Men Complete XC Sweep
The Princeton men completed the school's second straight sweep at the Ivy League Heptagonals Cross Country Championships, finishing with 38 points ó 29 ahead of second-place Cornell.

Princeton Women Win Title
Princeton lived up to its lofty No. 4 ranking on Friday, winning the women's Ivy League Heptagonals Cross Country Championship by a wide margin. The Tigers ó who won with 42 last season ó posted a team score of 25 points, the lowest since Dartmouth had 23 in 1997.

Princeton 2006 Senior Awards
Princeton University has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are four-time national champion Yasser El Halaby and six Tiger women.

Price Claims Award
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America had already awarded Princeton Coach Julie Shackford with the National Coach of the Year Award. Now that organization has honored Princeton publicist Jerry Price with the award for the nation's best feature story for 2004.

Three Ivies On USOC Board
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has announced an 11-person Board of Directors to lead the organization. Included on the Board are three members with Ivy League backgrounds: Dr. Harold Shapiro, Mary McCagg and Anita L. DeFrantz.

Princeton Trackster Published in NCAA News
Chanel Lattimer, a freshman from Severna Park, Md., had an editorial column entitled "Clearing Racial-Equity Hurdle Starts with Us" printed in the Feb. 18 NCAA News. Lattimer, a sprinter for the Tigers, finished third in the Heptagonal 200m dash over the weekend.


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Ivies Invest in Urban Education
For four Ivy League athletes, the recovery begins. That's because Trey Peacock, Adrian Colarusso, Jessie Rhee and Brittney Smith spent several days designing and preparing leadership curriculum for at-risk high school students from Indianapolis, followed by two intensive and exhausting weeks of implementing the program while also serving in mentorship and advisory roles for the students.

In His Blood
Soon after finishing his freshman season on the basketball team at Princeton University, Will Venable went to the office of the baseball coach, Scott Bradley, and asked if he could also play on the Tigers' baseball team the next year. Bradley was thrilled. "Do you want to go hit?''

Nik-Ed Up
Nikhil Ashra hasn't had the best of luck during his time on the Princeton men's lacrosse squad, but his misfortunes have not gotten in the way of his work ethic and commitment to the program. Click inside for Jerry Price's feature on the senior goalie.

Method to the Madness
ESPN's Andy Katz recently sat down with Princeton Director of Athletics Gary Walters, who chaired the NCAA's Division I Men's Basketball Committee in 2006-07, to discuss the intricacies of the NCAA Tournament selection process for this week's edition of Katz's ESPNU College Basketball weekly podcast.

Coach Carril & the Kids
Working with players nearly six decades his junior, former Princeton coaching legend and Hall of Famer Pete Carril faces the daunting task of teaching the young Sacramento Kings how to hoop the American Dream.

Princeton Pioneers
Princeton Athletics' Black History dates back to former Tiger basketball captain Art Wilson in the 1940s, but Rick Hyde '75 and Burton Smith '77 played their parts in pioneering the Princeton golf program in the 1970s.

Banker-Doctor
Over a decade ago, former Princeton basketball players Steve Goodrich and Gabe Lewullis (pic.) hooked up to complete one of the most memorable moments in NCAA tournament history. Since then, the two have taken very different paths to post-basketball success.

Shot at Change
Princeton shot putter and Heps champion Eric Plummer is an imposing figure. But the Tiger senior also has a huge heart, as shown by his dedication to social activism and work for change in the local Princeton community.

Sport and Service
Former Cornell hockey player Ken Dryden (pic.) and Princeton basketball player Bill Bradley are two of the Ivy League's all-time greatest athletes and most distinguished alums. The pair recently headlined a panel discussion titled ďLives on the Run: Sports, Service and LeadershipĒ held on the Cornell campus.

"Bones" on Haggling
Former Princeton basketball player and current Time Magazine scribe Sean Gregory has stepped inside the ring to spar with Oscar De La Hoya and on the court to go one-on-one against Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. Now, the man Pete Carrill nicknamed "Bones" as a player, recently stepped outside the realm of sports, appearing on NBC's Today Show to talk about the art of haggling in retail stores.

Quick Study
Former Princeton two-sport standout Will Venable has put the use of his degree in anthropology on hold while he pursues a vocation in a field of an entirely different sort - starting right fielder for the San Diego Padres.

Inside Lacrosse Sessions
Over the course of the past month, Inside Lacrosse has caught up with some of college lacrosse's brightest stars as part of their weekly Summer Session Podcasts. Three Ivy laxers made the cut.

Model of Consistency
When Princeton's Bob Bradley ('80) took over the role of coaching the United States men's soccer team from Bruce Arena in the fall of 2006, words fail to describe the size of shoes he needed to fill. He has responded beautifully.

Princeton 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Princeton's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Brimming with Intelligence
While milling around before a game, Ross Ohlendorf (Princeton '06) stood at his locker and discussed his senior thesis ó the investment and financial return of signing players in the June amateur draft. It may have been the first time such a topic was discussed in a baseball clubhouse.

Starfish Africa
When former Princeton soccer player and current U.S. marine Peter Kingston hasn't been busy serving our nation in Iraq, he's been in Africa working hard to help give hope to a new generation of bright leaders, through education and community service.

"Row Like Helen Win"
There is a story in Princeton rowing lore that boils down to this: An alumnus once went to Western Union to wire encouragement to the team, but the operator refused to transmit it. Find out why and what it has to do with Erin Rosenbaum ('11).

Beautifying Trenton
A group of more than 120 Princeton student-athletes recently spent time working in conjunction with the Princeton Varsity Club and Isles, Inc., on a rebuilding and beautification project in Trenton.

The Last 42
He's the Mariano Rivera of Princeton Athletics, the last Tiger to ever don the uniform number 42. Click inside to read Jerry Price's feature on Princeton men's lacrosse tri-captain Greg Seaman.

The Toast of New Jersey?
So many sports. So many teams. So many athletes. So many who seem to fall through the cracks. So who is the best collegiate athlete in all Central Jersey? Harvey Yavener's answer may surprise you. Then again, perhaps it won't.

Reeling in a Hall of Famer
Princeton's Karen Smyers ('83) is not a member of the Ironman or Triathlete Hall of Fames (yet). But that didn't stop the former swimming champion from joining the inaugural class of the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame.

Jock Jams
Click inside to read about the Princeton a cappela group for varsity athletes founded by Tiger senior golfer Marlowe Boukis.

Eye of the Tiger
With the NCAA Cross Country Championships fast approaching, Trackshark recently caught up with two-time Heps individual champion Liz Costello of Princeton who has her sights set on guiding the Tigers to the national team title.

Twice the Terror
The relentless two-sport standout's talent and energy has the Princeton Tigers among nation's elite in lacrosse and field hockey. Find out what drives senior Holly McGarvie to excellence.

Diamond Dialogue
For Princeton students interested in the evolution of baseball, a new course not only offers academic views on Americaís pastime but the perspective of a career on the field. Behold, the "Making of Modern Baseball".

Princeton's Athletic Awards
Here are Princeton's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Europe Bound
The Princeton men's lacrosse team embarked on a nine-day European tour, with stops in Ireland and Spain, that will see them play three games against national sides. Click here to follow the Tigers.

Old Friends
They have anchored the Princeton defense for virtually every game the past four years. They've also been fellow All-Americans and best friends since the sixth grade. Click here to read about Tiger seniors Dan Cocoziello and Alex Hewit.

King of the Court
Glenn Nelson is the only coach in college volleyball history to take a men's and women's team to the Final Four in the same year. On the eve of Princeton's first round NCAA matchup with Delaware, click here to read how the laid back guy from California came to Old Nassau nearly three decades ago to become the winningest coach in school history.

Ivy's Abound
MLB's ALCS & NLCS are looking more like the Ivy League Championship Series', with a host of Ivy alums in all four front offices ó including Princeton grad and Indian GM Mark Shapiro.

Ivy-Covered Relief
Princeton graduate Ross Ohlendorf became the first Ivy Leaguer to play for the Yankees in nearly two decades and he struck out five of the first eight batters he faced. Newsday's Joe Gergen has the story.

Trading Spaces
Not many professional athletes get a second chance in the sports industry. Yet former Princeton University catcher Tim Lahey is living proof that some players can reinvent themselves, while making the most of an opportunity.

Tiger Service
A number of Princeton athletes are spending the summer months making their presence felt around the world. Soccer player Sara Peteraf is in Costa Rica teaching young girls the world's game, while the field hockey team recently visited a local school in Argentina.

Princeton 2007 Senior Awards
Here are Princeton's Senior Awards for 2006-07.

Year of the Tiger
The Princeton men's and women's track teams start an adventure today ó a 13-day trip to China. Frank Litsky detailed the trip and its origins in today's New York Times.

Ivy@50 - 5/3
It might be impossible to find someone so accomplished as a student-athlete as former Princeton softball and field hockey player Jen Babik. That's because she piled up awards for both her athletic and academic skills.

Ivy@50 - 5/1
The sport of swimming and a caring coach gave a troubled kid a focus that led all the way to two Olympic gold medals. Then Nelson Diebel walked away from his meteoric career to settle into an academic routine at Princeton.

Making Waves
On Thursday, Alicia Aemisegger of Princeton will be competing in her first Ivy League championship and all indications are that she'll be in contention for titles for years to come.

Chasing Perfection
Carly Grabowski elected to stay near home when she enrolled at Princeton and she has emerged as a key contributor for the Tigers, having never lost a dual-match in her career. Bill Alden of Town Topics tracked her down recently.

Ivy@50 - 1/22
She ran in isolation behind the pack while in high school. And Princeton graduate Lynn Jennings continued to run in isolation, but at the front of the pack, on her way to international stardom.

Curling Dreams
Ivy Leaguers have performed a wide variety of sports at the Olympic Games over the decades. Everything from golf to skeleton; from taekwondo to rugby; and from biathlon to modern pentathlon. If Princeton junior Matt Mielke has his way, he'll add curling to that list in 2010.

A Couple of Tigers
Being a Division I coach can is a very stressful job. Princeton coaches Maureen and Richard Barron enjoy sharing their pressure-filled positions.

2005 Princeton Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Princeton's 2005 awardees included four women and two men,

Leading The Way
Dr. Harold Shapiro served as Princeton University as President for over 14 years. Still teaching at the University, Shapiro was recently appointed to the 11-person Board of Directors for the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). We recently spoke to him about his new position.

Princeton's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Princeton, Claire Miller, Theresa Sherry, Emily Kroshus and Ryan Boyle took home the top prizes.

Catching Up With Terdema Ussery
As the current president and CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, Ussery has been on an interesting journey that took him from California to New Jersey and everywhere in between. Click below to find out how his start in business law prepared him for the NBA Western Conference Finals.

Rise & Conquer
It's not often that a football player has much in common with a philosopher. But in the Ivy League, Joe Weiss continues to prove an old saying right...

Princeton End of the Year Awards
A parade of Princeton athletes were honored recently, splitting two awards. In all, seven athletes from eight different sports were recognized.


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