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
The Indoor 2015 season is wrapping up in fine fashion for the Princeton Tigers. The men reclaimed the Indoor Heps title! The women finished a very competitive third, and have one athlete competing this weekend at the NCAA Indoor Championships.
Indoor Heps is upon us! Both teams have shown they are rounding into shape, and are ready for the energy and excitement of Heps 2015. Now here is what you need to know to be up-to-speed with the team and what to watch for this weekend. Continue reading
The Tigers had a very productive start to February. The team set two school records, and one Ivy League record as they continue their preparations for the last month of the indoor season. Continue reading
As the students completed finals, the weather turned colder and the snow arrived. In other words, January was a good month for turning the indoor season needle up a few notches. Here is a look back at what has happened over the past month, and what fans can look forward to in the coming weeks. Continue reading
To help you prepare for the Tigers 2015 indoor and outdoor seasons we have compiled a watch list for Tigers upcoming season. We hope to see many of you throughout the year, and especially at the Heps Championships. Continue reading
As America returns to work following the Thanksgiving Holiday, we wanted to take a moment and pass along some recent events that have the Princeton XC/TF teams in a festive mood as we head in to the heart of the holiday season.
First, Megan Curham continued her stellar sophomore season. Competing at the NCAA XC National Meet just prior to the Thanksgiving break, Curham raced to an 18th place finish (in the field of 255). That performance earned her All-America honors.