December 4, 2008
Eye of the Tiger
With the NCAA Cross Country Championships fast approaching, Trackshark recently caught up with two-time Heps individual champion Liz Costello of Princeton who has her sights set on guiding the Tigers to the national team title.
November 24, 2008
Tigers Fifth at NCAA Cross Country Championships
The Princeton women's cross country team made program history, finishing fifth at the NCAA Championship on Monday, Nov. 24. The Tigers previous highest finish at the championship was ninth in 2003.
November 18, 2008
Princeton Takes Regional Crown, Ivy Runners Advance
A host of Ivy League runners, including the Princeton women's team have qualified for the NCAA Cross Country Championships later this month in Indiana.
November 7, 2008
2008 Heps Video Highlights
Click inside for links to special video coverage from last week's men's and women's Ivy Cross Country championships at Van Cortlandt Park, including highlight footage and interviews
November 5, 2008
All-Ivy Cross Country â 2008-09
The All-Ivy teams for men's and women's cross country were determined at the Ivy Heps Championships on Friday in Van Cortlandt Park. Two-time Heps champ Liz Costello of Princeton earned her third straight first-team nod.
November 3, 2008
An Orange & Black Halloween
Guided by a sensational performance by junior Liz Costello, the Princeton Tiger women showed why they are ranked fourth nationally by breaking a number of records in a dominating effort at the Ivy Heps Cross Country Championship in New York City's Van Cortlandt Park on Friday.
November 3, 2008
Van Cortlandt Park Breaks Ground on Renovations
New York City's Van Cortlandt Park, the site of the Ivy cross country Heps championship meet since 1939, has broken ground on a series of six significant renovation projects.
August 25, 2008
Princeton Women Win Title
Princeton lived up to its lofty No. 4 ranking on Friday, winning the women's Ivy League Heptagonals Cross Country Championship by a wide margin. The Tigers, who won with 42 last season, posted a team score of 25 points, the lowest since Dartmouth had 23 in 1997.