Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
Women's basketball coach Courtney Banghart and All-America lacrosse defenseman Lindsey deButts join the latest edition of TigerCast.
Banghart is about to lead Princeton into its third straight NCAA tournament after guiding the Tigers to a perfect 14-0 record in the Ivy League. Princeton, the ninth seed, will face eighth-seeded Kansas State Saturday at 11:20 am, with hopes of grabbing its first NCAA victory. Led by Ivy League Player of the Year Niveen Rasheed and a deep group of veterans, Princeton became the first Ivy team to move into the Top 25. Banghart talks about the brilliant season and the challenges of Kansas State.
deButts is an All-America defenseman for the nationally ranked women's lacrosse team. Princeton hosts No. 10 Virginia in the second half of a lacrosse doubleheader on the day that Sherrerd Field in the Class of '52 Stadium will officially be dedicated. deButts talks about the program's rise through her career, especially the dramatic run late last season, and the importance of grabbing a big victory this weekend during such an important day.
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To listen to specific interviews, please use this guide: Courtney Banghart (basketball) 4:15; Lindsey deButts (lacrosse) 17:05.
Sept. 15: Steven Cody (football) 4:35; Tommy Wornham (football) 23:40.
Sept. 22: Sabrina
King (women's volleyball) 8:10; Steve Verbit (football) 20:20.
Sept. 29: Luis Nicolao (men's water polo) 5:40; Mike Catapano (football) 18:30.
Oct. 6: Jim Barlow (men's soccer) 4:00; Andrew Aurich (football) 17:25.
Oct. 13: Cathryn Quinn (women's volleyball) 6:00; Jim Salgado (football) 19:35.
Oct. 20: Erin Jennings (field hockey) 5:35; Julie Shackford (women's soccer) 18:05; Jared Backus (football) 30:10.
Oct. 27: Donn Cabral (men's cross country) 7:10; Alex Banfich (women's cross country) 17:10; James Perry (football) 30:25.
Nov. 3: Marc Hagel (men's hockey) 6:45; Jeff Kampersal (women's hockey) 15:45.
Nov. 10: Kristen Holmes-Winn (field hockey) 6:00; Niveen Rasheed (women's basketball) 20:30.
Nov. 17: Chris Ayres (wrestling) 5:15; Matt Allen (football) 17:10.
Nov. 24: Bob Surace (football) 5:30.
Dec. 1: Jeff Cole (men's water polo) 5:30; Travis McNamara (men's swimming) 20:15; Aislinn Smalling (women's swimming) 29:15.
Dec. 8: Bob Callahan (men's squash) 4:30; Gail Ramsay (women's squash) 16:30.
Dec. 15: Ian Hummer (men's basketball) 4:00.
Dec. 22: Year In Review (part 1) 2:00
Dec. 29: Year In Review (part 2) 1:30.
Jan. 5: Courtney Banghart (women's basketball) 7:25; Adam Krop (wrestling) 20:10.
Jan. 12: Paula Romanchuk (women's hockey) 5:45; Derrick Pallis (men's hockey) 17:25.
Jan. 19: Sam Shweisky (men's volleyball) 4:20.
Jan. 26: Luis Nicolao (women's water polo) 4:10.
Feb. 2: Lauren Edwards (women's basketball) 5:55; Libby Eyre (women's squash) 17:05.
Feb. 9: Zoltan Dudas (fencing) 7:20; Mack Darrow (men's basketball) 23:20.
Feb. 16: Peter Callahan (men's track) 5:10; Bob Callahan (men's squash) 19:15.
Feb. 23: Lisa Boyce (swimming) 6:05; Eileen Moran (track) 14:20.
Mar. 1: Paul Nolle (swimming) 6:40; Daniel Kolodzik (wrestling) 18:40.
Mar 8: Chad Wiedmaier (lacrosse) 6:50; Chuck Dibilio (football) 23:50.