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Princeton at Harvard
Saturday, Oct. 22, 1 p.m. • Boston, Mass.

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October 04, 2011
Football Heads To Hampton To Open Challenging Three-Game Trip
by Princeton Athletic Communications
Princeton (1-2) will conclude its home-and-home series with Hampton (2-2) Saturday afternoon at 1:00 before moving into the heart of its Ivy League schedule. The meeting will be the first since a wild 48-27 Pirate victory in Princeton during the 2007 season.
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September 27, 2011
Football Prepares For Ivy Opener, Hosts Columbia Saturday Night
by Princeton Athletic Communications
Both the Princeton and Columbia football teams are more than happy to move past the first two weeks of the 2011 season. One team will find those games easier to forget when it jumps out to a 1-0 start in the Ivy League season.
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September 24, 2011
Turnovers Plague Football In Loss To Bucknell; Ivy Opener Awaits
by Princeton Athletic Communications
The Princeton football team spent much of its final tune-up before the 2011 Ivy League opener shooting itself in the foot, and the result was a disappointing 34-9 home loss to Bucknell Saturday night on Powers Field at Princeton Stadium.
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September 20, 2011
Football Looks To Continue Week 2 Winning Ways Under Lights vs.
by Princeton Athletic Communications
Princeton has won seven straight games during Week 2, including a wild double-overtime win over Lafayette last season. This Saturday night, Princeton welcomes back an old friend as it looks to claim its first victory of 2011.
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September 17, 2011
Wild Rally Falls Short For Football In 34-22 Loss To #16 Lehigh
by Princeton Athletic Communications
When its 2011 season opened Saturday night, Princeton showed plenty of signs that it was heading in the right direction. It showed that it was working towards being a very good football team. Unfortunately, it did so against Lehigh, which is already a very good team; the result was a 34-22 home loss
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Trimming 15 shots off its Friday total, the Princeton men's golf team gained one spot in the standings in Saturday's second round at the Brickyard Collegiate Championship in Macon, Ga.

Host Mercer also improved, jumping over Georgia Tech to take the team lead by one shot over the Yellow Jackets, who were ranked No. 4 in the nation in the preseason Golf World/Nike Golf poll.

Georgia Tech still has the individual leader in Ollie Schniederjans, who at -8 is a shot better than Mercer's Emmanuel Kountakis and Virginia Tech's Scott Vincent.

Greg Jarmas, the reigning individual Ivy League champion, took over top-Tiger status at 1-over in a tie for 29th overall. Princeton's results are below, and results for all teams are available via Golfstat here.

The Tigers will start Sunday's final round at 8 a.m.

12. Princeton 310-295--605 (+29)
T29. Greg Jarmas 77-68--145 (+1)
T60. Alex Dombrowski 78-74--152 (+8)
T67. Quinn Prchal 76-77--153 (+9)
74. Nicholas Ricci 79-76--155 (+11)
84. Matt Gerber 86-85--171 (+27)

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