It has been a busy and exciting fortnight for the Princeton Cross Country teams. Two weeks ago the women won their first Heps title since 2010. Now this week they play host to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional XC Championships. Continue reading
For those that have been checking their calendar (or following us on social media), you don’t need to be reminded that it is Heps XC Week!
The first month of classes are coming to a close this week, and as the student athletes gear up for mid-term exams, we will use this time to review our first month of the semester and look ahead to our impending final season exams. Continue reading
After a long weekend of relaxing with family and friends, millions of Americans are be returning to work today. As they do they will gather to share stories of how they celebrated our nation’s freedom and independence. For the 77 people on the Princeton track & field international trip, those 4th of July reflections might sound a little different this year. Continue reading
Having won the Heps Cross Country and Indoor Track Championships the Princeton men were looking to complete the triple crown. Meanwhile, after having finished 5th outdoors in 2014 and just one point out of second during the 2015 indoor season, the women were looking to continue their upward trend in the league standings. Continue reading
The Princeton men are heading into the outdoor Heps championships hoping to close out the 2015-16 season with their 7th triple crown. To reach that goal the Tigers will need the total team effort they had during the indoor season-where 29 of the 33 team members contributed points as either individual or relay team members. Continue reading
Larry Ellis was the head coach at Princeton from 1970-1991. He helped hundreds of student athletes during achieve everything from personal bests to all-America honors during this time. He was also named the US Olympic team coach during this tenure. Yet, all of those accolades pale in comparison to the influence he had as a father, grandfather and true gentleman to everyone he meet in life. Continue reading