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NCAA Region 2014

NCAA Region 2014

The NCAA regional meet wrapped up last weekend, and the good news is Princeton will once again have representation at the NCAA national meet. The bad news is it won’t be as much representation as we had hoped.

Now that we’ve basically spoiled the ending for those who had not yet heard, we will rewind and talk about the region races in more detail for those who know the results but want the nitty-gritty details of how it played out.
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Heps XC Part II

It has taken a few days for everything to dry out, but at least the Tigers made the rain-soaked, chilled-to-your-bones that was 2014 Heps Cross Country worth the temporary discomfort. Continue reading

Tigers do the Heps 1-2

Pons, Owens, Sublette, McDonald at Heps 2014.

Pons, Owens, Sublette, McDonald at Heps 2014.

Quick update for Tiger Fans. It was a rainy chilly morning in Princeton, but the Tigers ran with great pride and determination. They also held the corner on the numbers 1, 2. Racing first, the women had the individual champion (Megan Curham) and took second as a team. The men inverted that order as they had the individual runner-up (Michal Sublette) en route to claiming the team title! We will have more later in the week, including a highlight video, so check princetontrack.com again soon for more news and information from Heps 2014.  For now, here is the men’s results and recap. The women’s results and recap.

Megan Curham. 2014 Heps XC Champion

Megan Curham. 2014 Heps XC Champion

 

 

Not Our Dame

ND Flights

A familiar sight for the TIgers last weekend

Last weekend was a busy one for the Tigers. Friday the men and women competed in South Bend, IN at the Notre Dame Invitational. On Saturday, those who did not travel to Indiana, competed at the Paul Short Invitational. The weekend was topped off by hosting another great group of recruits. Continue reading

2014 Season Opener