In honor of Princeton’s graduation, here’s a photo gallery from senior night this season. The gallery features photos of Aaron Ave, Tyler Maugeri, Aaron Kesselman, Tom Kroshus, Tucker Brockett and Ryan Benitez. Continue reading Princeton Senior Night 2015 Photos
Five awards were handed out at Princeton’s end-of-the-year last weekend. Continue reading Princeton Hockey Announces 2014-15 Award Winners
Here are pictures from Princeton’s game against Yale, and senior night: Continue reading Princeton vs. Yale 2.22.15 Photos
With senior night set for Saturday, we caught up with Tucker Brockett, Tyler Maugeri, Aaron Kesselman, Aaron Ave and Tom Kroshus to hear their most memorable moments and weirdest experiences: Continue reading Princeton Seniors Share Memories
PRINCETON, N.J. – On Jan. 9, junior Kyle Rankin skated out to pregame warmups as usual. He followed his teammates around the ice, skating and shooting pucks at Princeton’s net.
Unlike the other 71 times Rankin participated in pregame warmups, this time the forward took the ice with an orange “A” stitched to his white jersey.
“I was honored,” Rankin said. Continue reading Kyle Rankin Turns Hard Work, Leadership Into An “A”
After its opening weekend, Princeton hockey is ready for its home opener, when the Tigers (0-1-1) will face Cornell and Colgate. Last weekend, Princeton tied Yale and fell to Merrimack at the Liberty Hockey Invitational.
Princeton coach Ron Fogarty said the mood on the team is positive.
“We’re proud of them, we like the direction we’re moving in,” Fogarty said.
Here are some other notes from this week: Continue reading Princeton Hockey: Midweek Notebook, Nov. 6
It’s been a long offseason for Princeton hockey.
For the second straight year, Princeton will open its season at the Liberty Hockey Invitational. But this team is vastly different from last year’s.
After finishing with a 6-26-0 record, Princeton overhauled its coaching system. The six wins were the lowest since 2003-04, and it meant the departures of Bob Prier, Greg Gardner and Scott Garrow for Ron Fogarty, Brad Dexter and Stavros Paskaris.
The coaching staff changes bring challenges for this season, but mostly a new system the players must learn.
“[It’s] just grasping different philosophies,” Fogarty said. “That’s the toughest part because you’re accustomed to a certain game style and now it has to change. So that’s the toughest thing right now and we’ll have a good sense of where our team is right before the Christmas break.” Continue reading Princeton Ready To Take The Ice After An Offseason Of Changes
Princeton’s roster changed considerably over the past season, as the Tigers lost nine seniors – including captain Jack Berger and leading scorers Andrew Ammon and Andrew Calof. The Tigers have nine freshmen — bringing the underclassmen total to 17 skaters.
Amidst all the changes, here are five players to watch this season:
2013-14 Record: 6-26-0, 4-18-0 ECAC
The Big Storyline
The coaching staff for Princeton is entirely new. Ron Fogarty, Stavros Paskaris and Brad Dexter replace Bob Prier, Greg Gardner and Scott Garrow.
Princeton has struggled offensively and defensively for the past few seasons. Injuries have been a major issues as well, keeping Princeton from a chance at consistency. Despite the adversity, the Tigers have been an extremely hard-working and very physical team. But with the new coaching staff, it’s hard to say what Princeton’s identity will be this season. Continue reading 2014-15 Princeton Hockey Season Primer
Tyler Maugeri was named the Princeton hockey captain for the 2014-15 season. Aaron Ave and Mike Ambrosia will serve as assistant captains. Continue reading Tyler Maugeri Named 2014-15 Princeton Hockey Captain