As the golf teams compete for their respective Ivy League championships, the heavyweight rowers head to New Haven to take on the top-ranked Yale Bulldogs. Members of all three teams talk about the big weekend on the latest edition of TigerCast.
Junior Jordan Lippetz, a 2015 second-team All-Ivy honoree, will lead Princeton to Stanwich Golf Club in Greenwich, Conn., this weekend to compete for the Ivy Championships. Princeton finished fourth last season, though only 14 strokes separated the top four teams, and the women have already won three events between the fall and the spring. Lippetz breaks down the season and looks ahead to the weekend.
Sophomore Eric Mitchell and the Tiger men head to Metedeconk National Golf Club in Jackson, N.J., for the men's championships. Mitchell is one of five returning starters from the 2015 team that saw Penn rally past the Tigers for a one-stroke win. Mitchell talks about the impact that event had on this team, and how much this group has bonded during a successful 2016 season.
Eble and the third-ranked heavyweight men are coming off a Compton Cup win over Harvard last weekend, only Princeton's second on the Charles River since 1957, and now the Tigers turn their attention to the top-ranked Yale Bulldogs and Saturday's Carnegie Cup regatta. Eble, a four-year starters in the first varsity boat, talks about the program's development throughout his time, as well as the challenges in both opponent and race course that await the Tigers this weekend.
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To listen to specific interviews, please use this guide: Jordan Lippetz (women's golf) 4:40; Eric Mitchell (men's golf) 15:00; Patrick Eble (heavyweight rowing) 27:55.
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Sept. 24: Sean Driscoll (women's soccer) 6:45; Mason Darrow (football) 21:15.
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Oct. 8: Sabrina King (volleyball) 4:15; Kedric Bostic (football) 15:20.
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Nov. 12: Annie Tarakchian (women's basketball) 6:05; Ryan McCarthy (field hockey) 18:10; Emily Sura (women's soccer) 26:45; Chad Cowden (sprint football) 36:15.
Nov. 19: Kendall Peterkin (women's volleyball) 5:15; Luis Nicolao (men's water polo) 17:20; Mitch Henderson (men's basketball) 27:15.
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Dec. 3: Thomas Nelson (men's water polo) 5:15; Chris Ayres (wrestling) 14:15.
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Jan. 28: Marco Bove (men's swimming) 5:20; Jonathan Schleifer (wrestling) 13:25; Claire McIlmail (women's swimming) 21:25.
Feb. 4: Gracie Stone (women's fencing) 7:15; Jack Hudson (men's fencing) 19:35.
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Feb. 18: Beverly Nguyen (women's swimming) 6:05; Devin Cannady (men's basketball) 17:45.
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