October 12th, 2017
With the six-game Ivy League stretch upon us, this edition of the Original Eleven features an interview with junior linebacker Tom Johnson, who discusses how much football has been part of his family life, what it's like having his younger brother on the team, and the transition to a leadership role at the position following the injury to Mark Fossati. Cody Chrusciel joins the show for a look back at the 50-30 win over Georgetown, as well as a preview of Saturday's showdown at Brown (12:30 pm, Ivy League Network). Tight ends coach and former Princeton lineman Mike Willis rounds out the show by looking at his position group, especially Graham Adomitis, who scored two touchdowns against Georgetown last week, and how the offense has progressed over the last two weeks.
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Interviews: Tom Johnson (2:45); Week 5 preview (14:40); Mike Willis (25:40)
October 12th, 2017
TigerCast turns its attention on the 11th-ranked Princeton women's soccer team in advance of Saturday night's critical showdown with Columbia, when the outright lead in the Ivy League will be at stake. Guests for the show are Mimi Asom, one of the Ivy League's top overall players and the 2015 Ivy Rookie of the Year, and head coach Sean Driscoll, who is in his third season and looking for a second Ivy title and NCAA berth this season.
Interviews: Mimi Asom 3:55; Sean Driscoll 15:05.
October 5th, 2017
The latest edition of the Original Eleven features interviews with junior WR Stephen Carlson and outside LB coach Mike Mendenhall. There is also a preview of the Week 4 home game vs. Georgetown and some early thoughts after one week of Ivy League play.
Segments: Stephen Carlson (3:25); Week 4 Preview/Ivy Thoughts (10:30); Mike Mendenhall (21:25)
September 28th, 2017
The latest edition of the Original Eleven features interviews with rush linebacker Mike Wagner, who had two sacks in the Lafayette win, and new running backs coach Jamel Mutunga, who discusses the return of Charlie Volker, his backfield core, and the Columbia defense. Broadcaster Cody Chrusciel returns to look back at the 38-17 win at Lafayette, and then joins host Craig Sachson to discuss Saturday's Ivy League opener against Columbia (12:30, Princeton Stadium, Eleven Sports/Ivy League Network).
Interviews: Mike Wagner (3:35); Week 3 Preview with Cody Chrusciel (11:40); Jamel Mutunga (21:20).
September 21st, 2017
The latest episode of the Original Eleven features interviews with All-Ivy wideout Jesper Horsted and ILB coach/special teams coordinator Steve Thomas, as well as the weekly sitdown with radio broadcaster Cody Chrusciel, which features a 'past/present/future' segment on the Tigers. We look back at the Week 1 win over San Diego, and give some early keys to Saturday night's road game at Lafayette.
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Segments: Jesper Horsted interview (3:00); Past/Present/Future with Cody Chrusciel (12:10); Steve Thomas interview (23:05).
September 14th, 2017
Now that the 2017 season is here, the Original Eleven will begin its weekly Thursday series of episodes, which will include a player interview, a conversation with Ivy League Network/radio broadcaster Cody Chrusciel, and a conversation with a coach to look at his positional group and to preview the upcoming game. It should be an informative, and hopefully fun, series of podcasts this season, and we hope you subscribe by searching 'Princeton Tigers' on iTunes or your favorite podcast app.
On this edition, we are joined by senior inside linebacker Mark Fossati (3:40), who discusses his transition to the starting lineup, early chemistry with Thomas Johnson, and the excitement for opening day. Cody Chrisuciel (10:50) joins the show for a discussion on the unknowns of 2017. What could go right that makes this a championship season, or what could go wrong that leaves this team far back in the Ivy race? It's a fun, 20-minute discussion that ends with a quick look at San Diego. Finally, Andrew Aurich (29:25) joins the show to talk about his experienced group of offensive linemen, led by All-Ivy first-teamer Mitchell Sweigart, and some thoughts on a tough San Diego defense.
We hope you enjoy this new endeavor into a weekly Princeton Football podcast … welcome to the Original Eleven!
September 6th, 2017
With less than two weeks remaining before the 2017 opener against reigning Pioneer League champion San Diego, the Original Eleven returns with a pair of Media Day conversations with Princeton's two new (but not that new) coordinators, Steve Verbit and Sean Gleeson. While both talk mostly about their own sides of the ball and progressions during the preseason, both coordinators hit on their own development in the offseason, and Verbit shares some memories from the 1998 opener at Princeton Stadium (the Stadium will begin Year 20 on Sept. 16.
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Interviews: Steve Verbit (7:10); Sean Gleeson (21:55)
August 24th, 2017
Welcome to the Original Eleven, a brand new podcast from Princeton Athletics that will focus solely on Princeton Tiger football. We'll have weekly episodes during the season that features player/coach interviews, as well as wide-ranging conversations on the season, the Ivy League, and more. In this debut edition, reigning Ivy League Coach of the Year Bob Surace sits down for a conversation about the preseason — the mindset going in, key positions to watch, and plenty more.
You can subscribe to the Original Eleven, as well as all other Princeton podcasts (including TigerCast and LaxCast) by searching 'Princeton Tigers' on iTunes or your preferred podcast app.
May 11th, 2017
On the eve of the league championship weekend for Princeton rowing, Georgie Howe (open women) and Jim Sincavage (lightweight men) join the latest edition of TigerCast to discuss their respective seasons and their expectations for both the Ivy League Championships (women) and the Eastern Sprints (men).
Interviews: Georgie Howe (open rowing) 4:55; Jim Sancavage (lightweight men's rowing) 15:45
May 4th, 2017
Before the begin big postseason weekends, seniors Ellie DeGarmo (women's lacrosse) and Claire Klausner (softball) join TigerCast. DeGarmo, the All-America goalie for the Ivy champion Tigers, reflects on how a tough schedule has prepared the women's lacrosse team, and she talks about the earlier matchups in April with both Penn and Cornell. Klausner, the ace of the softball team, follows to talk about how the 2016 Ivy title raised the standards for the 2017 squad. She talks about how the team treats the tough pre-Ivy schedule, and how her own pitching has improved during a remarkable senior season.
Interviews: Ellie DeGarmo (WLAX) 6:00; Claire Klausner (SB) 15:35.