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Field Hockey Or Men's Squash? Who's No. 1 In TigerBlog's Top 10 For 2012?

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 12/28/2012
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Courtesy: Beverly Schaefer

The calendar year 2012 was an extraordinary one in Princeton athletic history.

Princeton had four national champions in 2012, as well as 11 Ivy League champions. And none of that even counts the seven Olympic medals that Princetonians won in London this past summer.

As the end of 2012 nears, TigerBlog went back in the last 12 months and came up with the top 10 moments in Princeton athletics in that time. He did so acknowleding full well that there could be major disagreement among Tiger fans, all of whom would have their own opinions.

To read TigerBlog's list, click here.

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February
12
Friday
M. Track & Field
at Fasttrack National Invite
- All Day
W. Track & Field
at Fasttrack National Invite
- All Day
W. Tennis
vs. Kentucky
- 2:00 PM
W. Water Polo
vs. Cal Baptist (Princeton Invitational)
- 2:00 PM
M. Squash
vs. Cornell
- 3:00 PM
M. Tennis
vs. Brown (ECAC Championship)
- 5:00 PM
W. Squash
vs. Cornell
- 5:30 PM
M. Volleyball
vs. BYU
- 7:00 PM
W. Hockey
vs. Clarkson
- 7:00 PM
M. Hockey
at Clarkson
- 7:00 PM
W. Basketball
vs. Cornell
- 7:00 PM
February
13
Saturday
M. Track & Field
at BU Valentine Invitational
- All Day
M. Tennis
vs. Dartmouth/Penn (ECAC Championship)
- TBA
W. Water Polo
vs. Villanova (Princeton Invitational)
- 8:30 AM
W. Tennis
vs. Rutgers
- 12:00 PM
Wrestling
vs. Columbia
- 1:00 PM
W. Hockey
vs. St. Lawrence
- 3:00 PM
W. Water Polo
vs. Cal Lutheran (Princeton Invitational)
- 6:00 PM
W. Basketball
vs. Columbia
- 6:00 PM
Wrestling
vs. Cornell
- 7:00 PM
M. Basketball
at Columbia
- 7:00 PM
M. Hockey
at St. Lawrence
- 7:00 PM
February
14
Sunday
M. Tennis
vs. TBA (ECAC Championship)
- TBA
W. Water Polo
vs. Iona (Princeton Invitational)
- 11:30 AM
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