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Tigers Defeated in Physical Match at Navy
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Nov 2019

Tigers Defeated in Physical Match at Navy

ANNAPOLIS, MD– The Tigers refused to give up in a great fight against the United States Naval Academy last Saturday. Final score: Princeton 19, Navy 41.

 

First Half

            A kickoff from Junior Coco Wallace start the game. Navy manages to maintain the ball for only a few seconds before it is taken by the Tigers. However, this does not stop Navy from retaking the ball to make a try, followed by a conversion, within the first four minutes of game play. For the next several minutes, the ball switches hand quite frequently before Navy breaks through the Tiger’s defensive line, within 22 meters of the Tiger’s try line to score. The following conversion is also successful. Navy then proceeds to score another try less than two minutes later. However, the Tigers quickly put the game back in their favor, when Junior Sydney Hsu is able to break the defensive line to score the first try of the game for the Tigers. A conversion kick by Wallace is also good. The first half is a little less than two quarters of the way through. The ball passes between both teams for the next few minutes before Navy regains control of the ball to score another try at the 23 minute mark. After a series of scrums, Navy takes control of the ball after a successful scrum to score their fifth try of the game with only eight minutes left in the half. The Tigers are able to fend off Navy in the final few minutes of game play and finally regaining ownership of the ball right before the half finishes out. Hsu is able to score another try as the half finishes out. Wallace’s conversion is also successful.

Score at Half:

Princeton University-14

Navy -29

 

Second Half

         In the second half, after a series of multiple scrums and penalties against both teams, Navy scores a try at the fifteen-minute mark. After multiple scrums, the Navy is able to inch their way down the field to score another try and conversion. At this point, sophomore Frances Walker enters the game for sophomore Monica Patino. Senior Katherine Leung moves to hooker, and Walker takes the place of prop. Within the next four minutes, Wallace is able to break the defensive line to score a try. A few minutes later, sophomore Shay McBride takes the field for senior co-captain Felicia Saravo, and freshman Lena Hoplamazian takes the place of Leung. A series of scrums and penalties take place before Uyen Nguyen takes the field for senor Joanna Villalobos. This is followed by a few minutes later by junior Shannon Chen taking the field for Hsu, and rookie sophomore Iliyah Coles taking the field for Kaley Ubellacker. The game ends shortly after. The final score is 19-41.

Final Score:

Princeton University-19

Navy -41

 

Lineup/Subs

  1. Katherine Leung ’22/ Lena Hoplamazian ‘23
  2. Monica Patino ‘22/ Frances Walker ‘22
  3. Erika Escalona ‘21
  4. Dani Peters ‘20
  5. Joanna Villalobos ‘20/ Trang Uyen Nguyen ‘21
  6. Martha Clark ‘22
  7. Alexis Rysewyk ‘20
  8. Ayanna Mathews ‘20
  9. Felicia Saravo ‘20/ Shaylee McBride ‘22
  10. Sarah Dillender ‘21
  11. Kaley Ubellacker ‘21/ Iliyah Coles ‘22
  12. Coco Wallace ‘21
  13. Ange Ndayishimiye ‘22
  14. Mariah McVey ‘20
  15. Sydney Hsu ‘21/ Shannon Chen ‘21

 

First Half Second Half Day Total
Scrums to: PU Navy PU Navy
Won by PU 10 0 3 1 0
Won by Opponent 2 2 0 5 0
Re-Scrum 4 1 0 0 0
Game Total      0 0 0 0 0
First Half Second Half Day Total
Lineouts to: PU Navy PU Navy
Won by PU 0 0 0 0 0
Won by Opponent 0 0 0 4 0
Not Straight 0 0 0 0 0
Game Total 0 0 0 0 0
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