Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders (top left), Joe Biden (bottom left) and Elizabeth Warren (right) engage potential voters during campaign events in New Hampshire. JACK McGOVERN/EDITOR-AT-LARGE
Only 50 miles from the College, in the neighboring state of New Hampshire, the 2020 presidential campaign is already in full swing.
EMMA TENBARGE ’19
Emma TenBarge ’19 was named to the All-NESCAC Second Team last week, after a record-breaking final season for the Ephs. TenBarge, who has a career total of 145 goals, became the first Eph woman to surpass 40 goals in a single season since 2010.
The Print Shop celebrated softball pitcher Mackenzie Murphy ’19 and men’s lacrosse in early April. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
In 2018, Sean Gleeson ’07 led the Princeton offense to a FCS-best 470 points en route to an undefeated season and an Ivy League title. Photo courtesy of Princeton Sports Information.
A March 28 report released by U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy ’96 of Connecticut criticized “the college sports industrial complex,” calling on the NCAA to pay student-athletes. “The NCAA must start putting the players first – that starts with finding a way to fairly compensate them for their labor,” the report, titled “Madness, Inc.: How everyone is getting rich off college sports — except the players,” reads.
Lisa Melendy, the College’s athletic director, said she has “a different take” on the issue.
Emma TenBarge ’19 has scooped up 24 groundballs and a team-high 62 draw controls this season. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
Jessica Kim ’19 is one of two softball captains. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.
In his job as a custodian, Andy Briggs works to make Pratt a home away from home for first-year residents. Aniah Price/Photo Editor.
It takes a lot of behind-the-scenes preparation to get facilities ready for Eph sports teams to shine. The groundskeeping staff work day and night, rain or shine to make sure the College’s fields, courts and rink are in top shape.
Men’s lacrosse attacker and last season’s leading scorer Kevin Stump ’20 scored 6 goals in the first two games of the team’s season. Photo courtesy of Sports Information.