After a Year Without a Season, The Future is Still Bright at Princeton

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March 7th, 2020. That is the last time the Princeton Tigers took the field, beating in-state rival Rutgers, 16-11, to claim the Meistrell Cup and end that shortened season with a 5-0 record and a No. 3 ranking. That shortened 2020 season, which saw Michael Sowers highlight this Princeton team, was looking like it could’ve been the best season for the Tigers since Bill Tierney’s departure. However, what could have been will never be known.

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Recruiting Notebook: Winners From The First Month of The Contact Period

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It has been one month since the September 1st date, which marked the opening of the contact period between 2023’s and college coaches (outside of the service academies who could start contacting 2022 recruits on July 1st). And in this first month of recruitment for juniors there has been a lot of action with over 150 players in the class making commitments to 47 different DI programs over the past month, per the Lacrosse Bucket Recruiting Database.

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Ralston Valley (Colo.) Defenseman Zach Friedman Flips Commitment From Syracuse to Princeton

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Matt Madalon and the Princeton Tigers received some good news on Monday afternoon as Ralston Valley (Colo.) defenseman Zach Friedman flipped his commitment from Syracuse to the Tigers.

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Black Lacrosse Stories: Damien Davis

(Damien Davis Guarding Mikey Powell in the 2002 NCAA title game|Photo: NCAA)

*This article is part of a month long series, Black Lacrosse Stories, that highlights Black players and coaches who have made an impact on our game, but may be lesser known to many younger players today.*

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What Will a Post Michael Sowers World Look Like at Princeton?

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*Note: It was reported back in September by Matt Kinnear of Inside Lacrosse that at least 20 members of the Princeton men’s lacrosse team planned to opt out of the 2021 season. Who the opt outs are and whether they will stick has not been made public. Due to that some players mentioned in this article may not be playing this spring*

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