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Feb. 7 TigerCast: Zoltan Dudas, Jeff Kampersal and Dan Santoro

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 02/07/2013
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Prior to crucial weekends for each, fencing coach Zoltan Dudas, women's hockey coach Jeff Kampersal and wrestling co-captain Dan Santoro join the latest edition of TigerCast.

Dudas has guided Princeton to five Ivy League titles in the last three years (three women, two men), and he has a pair of teams currently ranked in the national Top 3 right now. Both teams head to Harvard this weekend for the Ivy League Round Robin, one of the toughest and deepest competitions during the Ivy year. Dudas previews both teams and talks about the depth of the league, as well as the experience his squads have.

Kampersal has coached the Princeton women's ice hockey team for 16 seasons, and his team is battling hard for the eighth spot in the ECAC standings. The Tigers have a crucial showdown with ninth-place Colgate at Baker Rink Friday night. Kampersal talks about the team, as well as his time coaching the US U-18 squad at the World Championships, including a fascinating match-up in the gold medal final.

Santoro is a junior co-captain for the wrestling team, which hosts three matches this weekend. The Tigers take on both Brown and Harvard Saturday, and Santoro had one of the biggest wins in a 2011 home win over Brown. Santoro talks about the progress of his injury-riddled squad and the prospects for success as the team draws closer to the EIWA Championships.

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: Zoltan Dudas (fencing) 4:10; Jeff Kampersal (women's hockey) 16:45; Dan Santoro (wrestling) 31:10.

Sept. 20: Katie Reinprecht (field hockey) 4:10; Jim Barlow (men's soccer) 19:00; Jim Salgado (football) 29:50.

Sept. 27: Jen Hoy (women's soccer) 4:15; Caraun Reid (football) 19:25.

Oct. 4: Sabrina King (women's volleyball) 4:55; Mike Catapano (football) 18:50.

Oct. 11: Jared Backus (football) 7:45; Ross Cadman (sprint football) 16:40.

Oct. 18: Andrew Starks (football) 6:35; Julie Shackford (women's soccer) 17:45.

Oct. 25: James Perry (football) 7:35; Jason Vigilante (men's cross country) 18:30; Peter Farrell (women's cross country) 28:35; Mark Linnville (men's soccer) 38:25.

Nov. 1: Rebecca Shmoys (women's soccer) 4:15; Roman Wilson (football) 12:15.

Nov. 8: Courtney Banghart (women's basketball) 6:40; Bob Prier (men's hockey) 15:35.

Nov. 15: Kathleen Sharkey (field hockey) 6:00; Tim Kingsbury (football) 18:05; Luis Nicolao (water polo) 28:30.

Nov. 21: Bob Surace (football) 4:45.

Nov. 29: Kristen Holmes-Winn (field hockey) 5:55; Julia Reinprecht (field hockey) 18:10; Kelly Cooke (women's ice hockey) 33:05.

Dec. 6: T.J. Bray (men's basketball) 4:00; Chris Ayres (wrestling) 13:20.

Dec. 13: Derek Jones (men's basketball) 2:10; Dan Loney (women's basketball; football) 17:45.

Dec. 20: Year In Review (Part 1) 6:30.

Dec. 27: Year In Review (Part 2) 5:45.

Jan. 3: Daniel Hasler (men's swimming) 3:00; Maureen McCotter (women's swimming) 12:40.

Jan. 10: Andrew Calof (men's hockey) 4:45; Mitch Henderson (men's basketball) 14:25.

Jan. 17: Sam Shweisky (men's volleyball) 4:40.

Jan. 24: Luis Nicolao (women's water polo) 4:30.

Jan. 31: Nicole Bunyan (women's squash) 5:10; Todd Harrity (men's squash) 16:20.







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