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NCAA Lacrosse: Princeton Women’s Lacrosse Releases 2014 Schedule Featuring Loyola, Yale, Georgetown, Brown, Virginia, USC, San Diego State, Cornell, Maryland, Harvard, Penn And Penn State

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The Princeton women’s lacrosse team faces a challenging schedule in 2014. Seven opponents on this year’s slate were in the NCAA Tournament last year, including the national runner-up Maryland, which makes the trip to Princeton in April. Highighting the season is a trip to California, as Princeton takes on USC and meets San Diego State for the first time. The team opens 2014 at Loyola on Feb. 22 and hosts Rutgers in the home opener on Feb. 26.

Princeton Women's Lacrosse 2014 Schedule

NCAA Lacrosse: “2013 San Francisco Fall Classic” Featured Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Defeating Princeton 11-8 On October 12 (Video)

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Virginia Cavaliers and the Princeton Tigers square off in San Francisco at famous Kezar Stadium for the 2013 Fall Classic.  Princeton leads early, before Virginia ties it at halftime.  The Cavaliers finish strong for a 11-8 win.  Great to see big names like Rob Emery, Chris LaPierre, James Pannel, Dom Starsia and Tom Schrieber in the Bay Area.

NCAA Lacrosse: Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Releases 2014 Schedule Featuring Hofstra, Johns Hopkins, North Carolina, Penn, Villanova, Yale, Brown, Lehigh, Dartmouth, Harvard And Cornell

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The Princeton men’s lacrosse team will open its 2014 season Feb. 22, when it hosts Hofstra on Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium. The Tigers will play 13 regular-season games, four of which will be televised nationally on ESPN networks.
Princeton will play in venues ranging from an NFL stadium – versus Johns Hopkins in the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic – and a high school – versus Cornell in the “Battle of Bethpage” at Long Island’s Bethpage High. The game against Hopkins will mark the eighth straight year that Princeton has played at least one game in an NFL stadium; the Cornell game will mark the first time since 1995 that Princeton will play a game at a high school.

Princeton Men's Lacrosse 2014 Schedule

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NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of The “2013 San Francisco Fall Lacrosse Classic” Featuring Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Vs Virginia On Oct 12

At the San Francisco Fall Lacrosse Classic held at Kezar Stadium, the Princeton men’s lacrosse team and Virginia Cavaliers faced off in a fall ball match up featuring two of the sports premier programs.

2013 San Francisco Lacrosse Classic Princeton vs Virginia

High School Girls Lacrosse: Princeton (NJ) School District To Require Headgear For All Middle And High School Girls Lacrosse Players

The SG360 model will be mandated in Princeton schools for women's lacrosse and field hockey.  (Photo courtesy of HRP Products, Inc.)

The SG360 model will be mandated in Princeton schools for women’s lacrosse and field hockey. (Photo courtesy of HRP Products, Inc.)

Princeton’s school board unanimously approved the new headgear rule following a strong recommendation from the district’s athletic director. Quinn said that as far as he knows, Princeton is the only district in the state to have such a policy. The district will pay for the SG360 headgear, which runs about $60 in retail.

A few years ago, New Jersey enacted a law mandating student athletes with a suspected concussion get medical clearance before being allowed to return to play.

Now, the Princeton school district has gone a step further, requiring headgear for all middle- and high-school soccer, field hockey and lacrosse players.

While parents and coaches hope that will reduce the risk for concussions, some sports experts aren’t convinced it will help.

Tim Quinn, president of Princeton’s school board, said nothing can totally prevent a concussion from happening, “but if we can minimize the effect of any sort of head injury, I think that’s a good thing. I think what we’re doing here is looking out for the best interests of our athletes.”

For more:  http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/health-science/item/58190-princeton-schools-mandating-headgear-for-soccer-lacrosse-field-hockey?Itemid=3

NCAA Lacrosse: Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Junior Middie Tom Schreiber Named 2013 Tewaaraton Finalist; All-Time Leading Scorer (169) Among Midfielders For Tigers Win One Season To Go

Princeton Men's Lacrosse Middie Tom Schreiber 2013 Tewaaraton Finalist

To watch the Princeton men’s lacrosse team is to find No. 22 and never look away, because the potential for something spectacular to happen in the blink of an eye is always there.
Tom Schreiber, No. 22, has already cemented his place among the all-time greats at Princeton and among the very, very elite among current Division I players.
For proof, there is the list of the final five candidates for the Tewaaraton Trophy, awarded to the most outstanding player in college lacrosse. Schreiber, a junior midfielder for the Tigers, is joined by Cornell’s Rob Pannell, North Carolina’s Marcus Holman, Albany’s Lyle Thompson and Syracuse’s JoJo Marasco.
The 13th annual Tewaaraton Award Ceremony will be held May 30 at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC. The reception begins at 6:30 pm and the ceremony to announce the men’s and women’s winners will start at 8 pm.
Schreiber, a unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection and a 2012 first-team All-America, led Princeton in scoring for the third straight year with 60 points on 28 goals and 32 assists. With a full season to play he is already the all-time leading scorer among Princeton midfielders with 169 career points.
Schreiber’s 76 career goals and 73 career assists make him the only midfielder in program history and one of five players overall with at least 70 of each.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Dartmouth Women’s Lacrosse 11-10 Double-Overtime Win Over Princeton In Ivy League Semifinals On May 3

For the second time in as many years, the Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team will play in the Ivy League Tournament Championship Game. This time it will be thanks in large part to the play of senior Hana Bowers in Friday’s semifinal match-up against Princeton at Franklin Field.

Bowers, a 2013 First Team All-Ivy League player, scored a free-position shot with 1:22 left in double overtime that gave her team an 11-10 victory over the Tigers, sending the third-seeded Big Green to the finals Sunday at noon against the hosts and top seed from Penn.

The final game of the weekend will serve as a rematch from last year’s championship that Dartmouth won, 6-4, over the Quakers. Penn advanced to Sunday’s tilt with a 10-5 victory over Cornell in the second semifinal. In four seasons of Ivy League Tournaments, Penn and Dartmouth have played for the crown three times (2010, 2012, 2013).

The game-winner was Bowers’ fifth of the day and her sixth point after also adding an assist on the first marker of the afternoon.

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