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The Tigers picked up one more first place vote than Harvard during voting on Tuesday.
Princeton and Yale will meet for the 250th time during the tournament on Oct. 31. Yale leads the series, 138-102-9.
Senior quarterback Quinn Epperly and junior cornerback Anthony Gaffney were both named third teamers by Beyond Sports Network. The Sports Network selected Gaffney to the second team.
Record-setting senior Quinn Epperly is among 20 players named to the first watch list for 2014.
The University was 44th overall nationally.
Gary Walters oversaw 220 conference title and established a legacy of Education Through Athletics, according to nj.com.
The poll also reveals Giants and Jets fans are wealthier than Eagles fans.
The NJSIAA defeated a proposal that called for doing just that on Monday.
Princeton can win its first outright conference title since 1995 on Saturday.
Princeton rallied to defeat Penn, 38-26, on Saturday to remain undefeated in conference play.
Quinn Epperly completed 29 consecutive passes, a record for all of Division I.
The fall regular seasons are coming to an end as the wrestling team gears up for its season opener.
Several runners from Princeton participated in the annual race in Arlington, VA.
The team won the final by a score of 2-0 over St. Thomas More in Eastern Pennsylvania.
Bidding begins at $25,000.
Danielle Freshnock had the only goal in a 1-0 win over Drexel, and was one of three players to score shootout goals in a 3-2 win over Villanova.
The men's soccer and field hockey teams each picked up one-goal victories this week.
First singles player Christina Rosca is seeded No. 4 in the individual tournament, which begins Saturday.