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Oct. 31 TigerCast: Peter Farrell, Jason Vigilante and Quinn Epperly

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 10/31/2013
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Three teams either vying for Ivy League championships or to remain atop the league standings will be featured on the Halloween edition of TigerCast.

Peter Farrell and Jason Vigilante are the head coaches of the Princeton women's and men's cross country teams, respectively, and both are leading their teams into the 2013 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships this weekend. Both squads are nationally ranked, though both will be facing at least one team ranked higher in the national polls.

The men, who are the reigning Ivy League champions, will compete first on Princeton's own West Windsor Fields at 11 am, while the Princeton women will go for an Ivy League title at noon. Both head coaches reflect on the season so far and their hopes and expectations for the weekend during their interviews.

After both cross country titles are decided, all eyes will move to Powers Field at Princeton Stadium, where the first-place football team will take on the all-time Ivy League passing leader when the Tigers host Cornell at 1 pm on ESPN3. While Cornell's Jeff Mathews has been a thorn in the Tigers' side for the last three years, Princeton junior quarterback Quinn Epperly has given defenses fits all season. The reigning National Offensive Player of the Week talks about the thrilling 51-48 triple-overtime win at Harvard, as well as Saturday's home showdown with Cornell.

TigerCast can be accessed through the "Podcasts" tab on the right side of the main page, or by going to the main TigerCast page here.

TigerCast, presented by PNC Bank, is the official podcast of Princeton Athletics. Previous episodes of TigerCast can be downloaded for free anytime at GoPrincetonTigers.com.

To listen to specific interviews, please use this guide: Peter Farrell (women's cross country) 3:50; Jason Vigilante (men's cross country) 14:00; Quinn Epperly (football) 25:45.

Sept. 19: Max Coale (football) 4:55; Phillip Bhaya (football) 17:35.

Sept. 26: Sabrina King (women's volleyball) 4:40; Di Andre Atwater (16:10).

Oct. 3: Jim Barlow (men's soccer) 4:05; Spenser Huston (football) 14:55.

Oct. 10: Luis Nicolao (men's water polo) 4:35; Jim Salgado (football) 14:20.

Oct. 17: Julie Shackford (women's soccer) 4:00; Eddy Morrissey (football) 13:35.

Oct. 24: Roman Wilson (football) 6:00; Allison Evans (field hockey) 16:20.

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October
24
Friday
W. Volleyball
vs. Penn
- 7:00 PM
October
25
Saturday
M. Water Polo
vs. Fordham
- 11:30 AM
Field Hockey
vs. Harvard
- 12:00 PM
Football
vs. Harvard
- 1:00 PM
Sprint Football
at Mansfield
- 1:00 PM
M. Water Polo
vs. Iona
- 2:30 PM
W. Soccer
vs. Harvard
- 4:00 PM
M. Soccer
vs. Harvard
- 7:00 PM
October
26
Sunday
W. Golf
at Lehigh Invitational
- All Day
M. Rowing - Heavyweight
vs. Princeton Chase
- All Day
M. Rowing - Lightweight
vs. Princeton Chase
- All Day
Field Hockey
vs. UConn
- 1:00 PM
W. Hockey
at Penn State
- 7:00 PM
October
27
Monday
W. Golf
at Lehigh Invitational
- All Day
W. Hockey
at Penn State
- 4:00 PM
October
31
Friday
M. Tennis
at FGCU Fall Invitational
- All Day
M. Tennis
vs. USTA Clay Courts
- All Day
W. Hockey
at Cornell
- 3:00 PM
M. Hockey
vs. UConn vs. Merrimack (Liberty Hockey Invitational)
- 4:30 PM
Sprint Football
vs. Penn
- 7:00 PM
W. Volleyball
at Columbia
- 7:00 PM
M. Hockey
vs. Yale (Liberty Hockey Invitational)
- 7:30 PM
November
01
Saturday
M. Cross Country
vs. Heps
- All Day
W. Cross Country
vs. Heps
- All Day
M. Tennis
vs. USTA Clay Courts
- All Day
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